The Atom Builder 1.0
Chemistry teaching software which simulates the building of any of the first 20 atoms (up to calcium) on screen. Learn how atoms are formed from electrons, protons and neutrons and how the electrons are arranged in shells or energy levels.
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|OS Support||Windows Install and Uninstall|
|File Size||0.57 MB ( 579 KB )|
|Published||Feb 07, 2004 (16 years ago)|
|Updated||Dec 21, 2013 (6 years ago)|
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to support students learning with basic facts and information. Price includes full site license.
Use as a demonstration tool (using a projector), as a teaching tool - get pupils to access the reference sections before attempting the simulation, or as a revision tool prior to tests or exams.
|Release Info:||New Release on Jan 09, 2004|
|Related Tags:||chemistry software atomic structure high school chemistry chemware chemical bonds|
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