UDL Library

The UDL library offers educators a chance to exchange their simulations with their colleagues. If you have simulation(s) which you would like to see posted please email them to info@modelscience.com, with expected results and platform information. Model Science will take the UDL and expected results check them for viruses and validate that they will work with the current version of ChemLab. Model Science will then add the UDL and results to the table below.

Name Description Platform
Alkanes and Alkenes Tests the reactivity of alkane and alkene with bromine water. Win/MacOS
Comparing soluilities using precipitation reactions Compare the water solubilities of various salts through precipitation reactions. Win/MacOS
Conductivity and Acid Base Titration Examines how conductivity varies over the course of an acid base titration between HCl and NaOH. Win/MacOS
LeChatelier's principle in Cobalt complex Examine the effects of temperature and concentration in Cobalt complex equilibrium. Win/MacOS
Limiting Reactants Lead (II) iodide will be made and the amounts of product will be compared. Win/MacOS
Oxidation of Alcohols Examines the oxidation of alcohols with potassium dichromate. Win/MacOS
Relative Reactivities of Common Metals Determine the relative reactivities of three metals. Win/MacOS
Standardization of a NaOH Solution Standardization of a NaOH Solution using Potassium Acid Phthalate (KHP). Win/MacOS
Synthesis of a Homobarrelene Derivative by Valence Tautomer Trapping 1,3-Cyclopentadiene undergo Diels-Alder reaction. Win/MacOS


Adding UDL files is slightly different in Windows and MacOS versions of Model ChemLab:

In Windows, download the file and open it using Windows file explorer (open or double click on the file in the Windows download folder). This will cause chemlab to start and ask you if you want to add the lab to chemlab.

On the Mac, download the file, start ChemLab and use ChemLab's file open menu to add the UDL file.



 

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