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Chemistry java applets and animations:    
Acids and Bases Chemistry: overview Gas Laws Organic chemistry
Atoms, crystals & molecules Electrochemistry General chemistry  

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Chemistry java applets and animations: Acids and Bases 
Acetic Acid/Acetate Buffer
Acids and Bases Using the Bronsted-Lowry definition--an Acid can be defined as any substance that donates a H+ (which is actually a proton) in aqueous solutions. Using this definition, an acid is therefore called a proton donor. Using the Bronsted-Lowry definition--a base is any species which accepts a H+, or proton. Bases are therefore, called proton acceptors
Acids and Bases Acids and Bases
Acid-base titration experiment
Acid base titration Acid base titration
Acid base titration Acid base titration
Acid base titration lab water pH, buffer pH
Acid base titration lab simulates the Acid Base titration curve in the case of a strong acid and a strong base and determine if there is enough base to neutralize the acid and calculate the equivalent point
Acid Ionization
Acid Ionization
Acids and Dissociation An acid is a molecule or polyatomic ion that contains hydrogen and reacts with water to produce hydronium ions, H3O+
Acids, Bases and pH
Amino acid basics Animated overview of amino acid structure
Buffer Response to Strong Acid This animation represents a simplified molecular view or a model for what happens when a small amount of strong acid is added to a buffer
Buffer Response to Strong Base This animation represents a simplified molecular view or a model for what happens when a small amount of strong base is added to a buffer
Buffers
Buffers
Conjugate Acid-Base Pairs
How does a pH probe works
Liquid Lauric Acid Liquid Lauric Acid
pH_buffer
ph meter
Preparing a Buffer A buffer contains a conjugate acid-base pair in approximately equal amounts. These amounts are relatively large so that the components of the buffer are always in excess of any added limiting reactant. There are several ways to prepare buffers, one of which is shown in the animation. Here the buffer is acidic and one hydronium ion is shown
Strong Acids A strong acid is one which reacts completely with water to produce hydronium ions. In other words, a strong acid is fully deprotonated in water
Reaction of HCl and water
Redox titration experiment
Titratiecurve in Dutch
Titratiecurve in Dutch
Titration
Titration titration acid base
Titration of a Weak Acid with a Strong Base This series of animations give a molecular view of the reactions that occur in the titration of a weak acid with a strong base
Weak Acids A weak acid reacts incompletely with water to produce hydronium ions. Therefore, a weak acid is only partially deprotonated in water. In the animation, nine HA molecules produce only two hydronium ions (plus two A- ions), while the remaining seven molecules remain in their molecular form
 
 
 

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