Covalent Bonding 1.0
Chemistry teaching software which simulates the bonding of covalent compounds on screen. Learn how covalent compounds are formed by atoms sharing electrons. Includes a reference section to support students learning with basic facts and information.
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|OS Support||Windows Install and Uninstall|
|File Size||0.57 MB ( 579 KB )|
|Published||Feb 07, 2004 (13 years ago)|
|Updated||Dec 20, 2013 (3 years ago)|
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|Release Info:||New Release on Jan 09, 2004|
|Related Tags:||chemistry software chemical bonding high school chemistry chemware chemical bonds|
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