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Publisher: Exploratorium
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This site contains a set of optical illusions designed to show the biases and perception tricks users' minds play on them while looking at different pictures.
  
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See this site for the story of snowflakes and how their crystals develop such intricate patterns, with many shown in illustrations. You can also get useful tips on snowflake-watching…
  
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Publisher: The Royal Society of Chemistry
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This site provides an online periodic table with a vivid image for each element (for helium it's the sun, with solar flares shown--helium was first discovered in the sun). Text…
  
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Publisher: University of Chicago Chronicle
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This article reports on a University of Chicago investigation that shows how the splash of a drop depends on the pressure and chemical nature of the gas that the drop falls through.…
  
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Publisher: California Space Institute
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This module offers a simulation of the classic origin of life experiment as originally performed by Stanley Miller and Harold Urey in 1953. The user selects chemicals, "sparks" the…
  
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Publisher: American Physical Society
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This article in Physical Review Focus describes how most of the voltage from a lead-acid battery comes from relativistic effects in the lead atom. The article describes the…
  
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Publisher: PhET
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This is the landing page for the PhET Project's collection of HTML5 interactive simulations. Many of the original PhET Java and Flash simulations have been converted from original,…
  
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This Exploratorium page describes how to make rock candy crystals. A link provides more information on sugar and crystals, and two photos show examples of crystals. This webpage is…
  
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Publisher: Clackamas Community College
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This webpage from Clackamas Community College explains optical isomerism, primarily through photographs of molecular models. The photo shows an example of mirror image molecules that…
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Publisher: Rowland Institute at Harvard
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This Rowland Institute at Harvard webpage provides a brief description of right-and left-handed (chiral) organic molecules and how their handedness is critical to their chemistry in…
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