The ChemEd X collection of resources listed below constitute what was formerly known as JCE Web Software. We are delighted to be able to make these resources available to the ChemEd X community.
The Chemical Adventures of Sherlock Holmes series is the first virtual issue of the Journal of Chemical Education. It is no longer available in print.
A measured value has little or no true meaning and thus, it is useless, unless the figures (digits) in that value were deemed to be significant and the significant figures were properly determined and reported. Deciding the appropriate number of significant figures for the reporting of numerical data is not an obvious or easy task.
The Polymer Primer is an overview of polymer chemistry and engineering. It is one hundred pages in overall length, and introduces the student to both the chemical and engineering aspects of polymer science. It includes common polymerization approaches, polymer properties, terminology, and applications.
A valuable resource for helping to train teaching assistants, the TA Handbook is available for download at JCE ChemEd X as premium content for ChemEd X subscribers. It is no longer available in print.
Take a trip where you've never been before--explore solid surfaces at the atomic level with Flying over Atoms.
Inorganic Molecules: A Visual Data Base contains text and graphics describing 66 molecules and ions commonly used as examples in general chemistry courses. For each molecule, fifteen molecular properties are presented visually by eight or nine different molecular models created by the CAChe Scientific Molecular Modeling program
Lake Study for Windows is a two-part simulation designed to involve students with the scientific method. It allows them to collect data, formulate hypotheses, and test the hypotheses with controlled experiments.
Periodic Table Live! may not include everything you ever wanted to know about the elements, but it will probably answer any question you aren't afraid to ask. The third edition includes a new interactive graphing and sorting capability.
A Window on the Solid State helps students understand and instructors present the structural features of solids.
Solid State Resources helps instructors integrate materials science examples into introductory chemistry courses.