In this animation, students can clearly see the covalent bond formed between hydrogen and oxygen.
The instructional material required to teach the nitty-gritty of Boyles Law is explained here. Barometer, thermometer, metal weights amongst all are simulated in the Gesal application for the proper understanding of Boyles law and its relation to pressure, volume, and temperature.
In this animation, students can clearly see the electrovalent bond formed between sodium and chlorine.
A typical demonstration of what fractional distillation entails. This separation technique separates a mixture based on their boiling points. Students will be able to separate the mixture of ethanol and water in the Gesal application.
Electrolysis may be considered as one of the most difficult topics in chemistry, Not anymore, GESAL has helped to recreate the electrolysis content in an interactive way for students to understand the subject topic better.
In this simulation, students can visualize and interact with the separation technique apparatus know as the centrifuge. In the GESAL application, students will be able to separate blood into their subsequent composition known as red blood cells and plasma.
Students can interact with the simulative experience of Avogadro’s setup
Explained in this interactive animation are Alkanes and the concept behind its naming. There is a further explanation of branched and cyclic alkanes.
The instructional material required to teach the nitty-gritty of Gay Lussac is explained here. Barometer, thermometer, gas pump amongst all are simulated in the Gesal application for the proper understanding of Gay Lussac’s law and its relation to pressure, volume, and temperature.
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