WRITING MATHEMATICAL AND CHEMICAL EQUATIONS ON THE WEB WITH CSS

Posted on November 16, 2018December 2, 2018Categories ArtikelTags , ,   Leave a comment on WRITING MATHEMATICAL AND CHEMICAL EQUATIONS ON THE WEB WITH CSS

Writing mathematical and chemical equations on the Web with CSS The double arrow in the equilibrium reaction For some reason, unicode character ⇄ ‘RIGHTWARDS ARROW OVER LEFTWARDS ARROW’ (&#8644;) does not displayed properly in MS Internet Explorer 8. C + O2 → CO2 HTML Code: <div class=”eq-c”> C + O<sub>2</sub> <span class=”dblarrow”>&rarr;</span> CO<sub>2</sub> </div> CSS Code: .dblarrow { font-size: 125%; top: -0.4ex; margin: 0 2px; } .dblarrow:after { content:”\2190″; position: absolute; left: 0; top: 0.5ex; }   How to display … Continue reading “WRITING MATHEMATICAL AND CHEMICAL EQUATIONS ON THE WEB WITH CSS”

Teaching And Learning Chemistry Can Be Fun!

Posted on September 27, 2018September 27, 2018Categories ArtikelTags , ,   Leave a comment on Teaching And Learning Chemistry Can Be Fun!

Apa itu VirtLab? Virtlab adalah simulasi berbasis web tanpa biaya dari laboratorium kimia perguruan tinggi atau sekolah menengah. Virtlab adalah serangkaian eksperimen langsung dan demonstrasi yang menggunakan laboratorium kimia simulasi ini untuk melakukan eksperimen. Siswa juga dapat membangun simulasi mereka sendiri menggunakan spreadsheet elektronik. Penulis kami memelopori pendekatan ini dan telah menyempurnakannya selama bertahun-tahun. Kami adalah salah satu pendidik pertama di dunia yang mengintegrasikan komputer pribadi dan pendidikan sains. Untuk menggunakan Virtlab cukup bekerja dengan bahan kimia standar Anda seperti … Continue reading “Teaching And Learning Chemistry Can Be Fun!”

Eight Great Apps for Chemistry Teachers

Posted on November 8, 2017November 8, 2017Categories ArtikelTags , ,   Leave a comment on Eight Great Apps for Chemistry Teachers

There are lots of chemistry apps out there, but which ones are actually worth installing? We asked teachers for their recommendations, what they use in the classroom and which apps they recommend to students. Here’s what they suggested, with some favourites of our own. 1. Periodic table There are lots of periodic table apps available, but this one (free, Android, iOS) is based on the Royal Society of Chemistry’s successful interactive website. It’s packed with features, such a slider that … Continue reading “Eight Great Apps for Chemistry Teachers”