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Bring science to life and help students visualize key concepts. Aligned to the scope and sequence of introductory college classes, Gale Interactive: Chemistry engages students and aids comprehension by pairing reference material with manipulatable 3D models.
The study of substances and how they interact, combine, and change should be anything but static. Invigorate the study of chemistry with Gale Interactive: Chemistry, which follows 1st and 2nd-year college syllabus topics like the periodic table, molecules and compounds, reactions, and chemical processes. Users can dive deep into concepts with tools to zoom, rotate, and explore interactive models. Clicking through each session displays relevant reference content related to the image, complete with cross-searching capabilities to locate the right information. These powerful visual tools can be used for in-class demonstrations or help with homework and research assignments.
Chemistry students can explore elements, reactions, crystals, molecules, and compounds. Users can explore 3-D models by zooming in, rotating, and dissecting them. A robust help section, particularly useful in the case of the modeling software, rounds out this collection of products, suitable for academic libraries.
- Booklist, April 2017
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Platform Features & Tools
An Interactive Experience
Delve deep into concepts with tools to zoom, rotate, and explore models.
Aligned to Curriculum
Experience guided interactive lessons aligned with course curriculum.
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Reviews & Testimonials
"Students and faculty will welcome this database, which, under academic curation, brings alive the complexities of chemistry . . . an ideal companion to or substitute for traditional course materials. The ability to zoom, create, and manipulate using 3D technology boosts student understanding of such things as the periodic table, chemical reactions, and atomic structures, to name a few."