In this animated object, learners examine how changes in pH affect the salt bonds in strands of hair.
By Eileen Bouchard
The learner constructs a nail and identifies the terms relating to the structures of the nail in a matching exercise.
The Skin's Inner Structure
By Marilyn Kressin
Students view an enlarged, colorful depiction of the contents of an average square inch of skin.
The Hydrogen Bond
In this animated object, learners examine the properties of the hydrogen bond and how the bond changes when hair is shampooed or styled.
Students read brief descriptions of atoms, molecules, elements, and compounds, and complete a matching exercise that pictures these particles and molecules as pieces of taffy.
Orthographic Projection #1
By Glenn Sokolowski
In this interactive and animated object, learners examine orthographic projection and the Glass Box Theory. Front, side, and top view development is demonstrated with pictorial views of each object to help develop 2D to 3D visualization skills.
Brain Exercise: Visualization #1
In this interactive object, learners practice their 3D visualization skills by identifying the correct isometric view of an object. Front, side, and top orthographic views are shown.
Brain Exercise: Visualization #3
Learners develop 3D visualization skills by examining front, side, and top orthographic views of objects. Using this information, students select the corresponding isometric view of each object.
In this interactive object, learners examine sectional views used in engineering drawings. The sections shown are full, half, offset, aligned, revolved, and broken-out. Learners match drawings of sectional views with the names of the views.
Analyze a Part Drawing
In this interactive object, learners answer 25 questions regarding part or assembly drawings. The basic areas of blueprint reading are covered.
Who Wants to be a Millionaire? - Ionic Nomenclature
This game is similar to Who Wants to be a Millionaire but asks questions about naming ionic compounds.
I would like to see the salt bonds with a relaxer applied.
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