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Foundational Chemistry part 1 Virtual Lab
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by John Lundy
| 9 Questions
Note from the author:
A short lab looking at the formation of different molecules and isomers
Opent he link below, donload and install Java on you computer.
http://java.com/inc/BrowserRedirect1.jsp
If you have any issues, please go to IT and have them help you.
Next, download today firtual lab from this link below.
https://phet.colorado.edu/sims/build-a-molecule/build-a-molecule_en.jar

1
1 pt
For the tab "Make Molecules" Complete the entire first collection then upload a screen shot to the question space below by uploading it as an "image"
2
1 pt
For the tab "collect Molecules", complete the first collection set then upload a screenshot as you did before.
3
1 pt
For the tab "larger molecules" Make a hydrocarbon chain then upload a picture to the submit ion space below.
4
1 pt
By clicking the "next" button, make a larger hydrocarbon chain and add an oxygen to the end image
6
1 pt
Create or draw a hydrocarbon with only 2 carbons and 2 hydrogens and upload the image below
7
3 pts
For the hydrocarbon above, explain how it must be arranged so that both carbons satisfy the octed rule and both hydrogens have 2 outer shell electrons.
Hint, if you need help, watch the video below

1pt) understanding of electron shells and the octet rule is apparent

1pt) bond types are included

1pt) overall structure is explained clearly

The outlined content above was added from outside of Formative.
8
1 pt
Create a molecule that could have an isomer and upload the image.
Hint: If you need help watch the video below question 9
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