Australian Version: General Chemistry
Australian Version: General Chemistry

Australian Version: General Chemistry

Lead Author(s): FRANKLIN OW

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Australian Version - General Chemistry features over 1500 interactive questions, a complete solution key, embedded videos, automatic grading, and full customizability.

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Among the things you will frequently encounter in our texts are embedded questions. Depending on your course, these may be graded for participation or correctness. There are six types of questions we have to offer, plus discussion style questions. Let's take a look at one of each:


1) Multiple Choice: Simply click on the correct answer. If there is more than one correct answer, it will be specified in the question. 

Q1

What is the chemical symbol for Sodium?

A

Li

B

Na

C

He

D

Fe


2) Word Answer: Just type in your answer into the textbox. 

Q2

What is the common name for the compound H2_2O?


3) Numeric Answer: As the name suggests, these questions require an answer that is a number. 

Q3

How many atoms are in a mol? Use "E" for scientific notation. For example, the number 2.1 x 106^6 would be written as 2.1E6


4) Matching Question: Click on an item in the left hand column, and then click on its match in the right hand column to align them. 

Q4

Match the phases of matter with their correct examples.

Premise
Response
1

Solid

A

Air

2

Liquid

B

Salt crystal

3

Gas

C

Water


5) Click on Target Question: These questions will be accompanied by a picture. You must click on the correct part of the picture. Sometimes, multiple clicks will be allowed. 

Q5

Click on the box that represents Nitrogen


6) Sorting Question: Drag the options into the proper order. 

Q6

Sort the Nobel Prize winners from oldest (bottom) to most recent (top)

A

Ernest Rutherford - 1908

B

Fritz Haber -1918

C

Marie Curie - 1911



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