View Generic Document: Thermally activated processes: Lessons and Applets created for MIT's 3.091 Introduction to Solid State Chemistry
Ashe, Colin, Barnard, Arthur, Bartolo, Laura, Carter, W. Craig, Davenport, Jodi, Karabinos, Michael, Portman, John, Sadoway, Donald and Yaron, David (2007). Thermally activated processes: Lessons and Applets created for MIT's 3.091 Introduction to Solid State Chemistry. NSDL Materials Digital Library Pathway.
This set of lessons and applets is aimed at students in MIT's 3.091 Introduction to Solid State Chemistry. As each concept is introduced, an applet, accompanied by a series of
exercises involving the applet, will be provided to aid the students' understanding of the concepts. Through the lessons and applets, students will become familiar with the following concepts:
states, the reaction coordinate, energies of states, energy barriers between states, thermally activated processes.
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These materials were produced for the NSF Course, Curriculum, and Laboratory Improvement (CCLI) -funded Phase 1 project, "Interdisciplinary Virtual Labs for Undergraduate
Education in NSDL MatDL" (DUE-0632726). The code was produced for the project by Arthur Barnard and Colin Ashe.