Correlation between WWW modules and chemistry courses

The chemistry department has developed and maintains a comprehensive WWW based system for program support. It consists of well-developed modules directed at developing problem solving skills and is the most extensive such system in existence. It is used extensively by other chemistry teachers throughout the world. The chart below shows how these modules can be related to particular courses in the curriculum. The leftmost column contains the title/subject of the module and the column headings show the chemistry course numbers. A "k" in a cell denotes that the student is expected to know that module upon entering a course, a "g" means that the student will learn the material exemplified by the module during the course and a "kg" means that the student is expected to enter the course with fundamental understanding which will be broadened during the course. The actual modules can be found at: Homework modules and then clicking on the homework link. Beyond the homework modules, there is an even larger set of web pages which go beyond the content of the homework pages. These are found at Lecture Help. These modules are also used throughout the chemistry curriculum.
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1: Sig FiguresgkgkkgkkkkkKkkkkkkkkkkk
2. Converting Densitiesgkkkkkkkkkkk
3. Converting Distancegkkkkkkkkkkk
4. Converting Massgkkkkkkkkkkkkk
5. Converting Volumesgkkkkkkkkkkkkk
6. Density, Mass and Volumegkkkkkkkkkkk
7. Density Word Problemsgkkkkkkkkkkk
8. Mass, moles and gfwsgkkkkkkkkgkgkkkkkk
9. Elements, mass and molesggkkkkkkkkkkkkkk
10. WP-elements and molesggkkkkkkkkkk
11. Electrons, protons and neutronsggkkkkkkkkkkkkk
12. The Quantum numbersgkkkkkkkkk
13. Vol, moles and molarityggkkkkkkkgkgkkkkkkkkkk
14. Mass, vol and molarityggkkkkkkkkkkkkkk
15. Osmotic Pressuregkkkkkkkk
16. FPs and BPs of Aqueous Solutionsgkkkkkkgk
17. Basic Calcs from Chem Formulasggkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk
18. WP-Mass relationships in Chem formulasggkkkkkkkgkgkkkkkk
19. Balancing chemical formulasgkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk
20. Mass relations in chem. eqnsggkkkkkkkkkk
21. Percent Yieldggkkkgkgkkkkkkkkkk
22. Limiting reagentsggkkkgkgkkkkkkkkkk
23. Combing % yield and limit. reagentgkkkgkgkkkkkk
24. Avogadro's Lawgkkkkkkkkkkkgkkk
25. Boyle's Lawgkkkkkkkgkkk
26. Charles' Lawgkkkkkkkgkkk
27. Combined Gas Lawgkkkkkkkgkkk
28. The Ideal Gas Eqngkkkkkkkgkkk
29. Converting Tempsgkkkkkkkkkkkk
30. Temp and Heat Changes for watergkkkkkkkk
31. Heat transfer-water onlygkkkkkkk
32. Heat transfer- water +gkkkkkkk
33. pH,pOH,...gkkkkkkkkkkkkgkgkgkgkgk
34. pH of acid/base solutionsgkkkkkkgkgkgkgkgk
35. WP-Solns of acids and basesgkkkkkkkkkkk
36. Acid/Base Titrationsgkkkkkkkkkkkkgkgkgkgkk
37. Slightly soluble saltsggkkkkkk
38. Balancing redox eqnsggkkkkkkkkkgkkk
39. Determing Eogkkkgkk
40. Faraday's Lawsgkkkgkk
41. The Nernst eqngkkkgkkk
42. The Scenario Problemgkkkgkk
43. Wavelength, frequency..gkkkkgkgk
44. Kineticsgkkkkkkkgkkkkk
45. Convert Binary numberskkkkkkk
46. Adding binary numberskkkkkkk
47. Subtracting binary numberskkkkkkk
48. Multiplying binary numberskkkkkkk
49. Percentagesgkkkkkkkkkkkk
50. Smaller, larger..gkkgkkkkkk
51. Density, elements, mas and molesgkkkkk
52. Make a guess #1ggkkkkk
53. Make a guess #2ggkkkkk
54. Make a better guess #1ggkkkkk
55. Make a better guess #2ggkkkkk
56. Simple mixturesgkkkkkkkk
57. Special Quadraticgkkkkkk
58. Exponentsgkkkkkkk
59. Simple nomenclatureggkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkgk
60. Stock notationggkkkkkkkkkkkkk
61. Mass, moles and vol (2 elements)ggkkkkkkkkkkkkgk
62. Hess' Lawgkkkkk
63. Atomic Spectrum of Hydrogengkkgkkk
64. Scientifc Notationgkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk
65. Slater's Ruleskkg
66. Reducible Representationsg
67. Symmetry Point Groupsgkkg
68. Hybridizationkkkkkkkkkk
69. Born-Haber cycleskk
70. Direct or inversegkkkkkk
71. Using Rate Lawsgkkkkkkkkkkkk
72. First order processesgkkkkkkkkkk
73. Generating Reducible Representationskkgk
74. Determing the value of the equilibrium constantgkkkkkkk
75. Calculating Ksggkkkkkkkkk
76. The Lechatelier effectgkkkkkkkkkkk
77. Hybrid orbitalsgkkkkkgk
78. Combing Ksgkkkkk
79. Q vs Kgkkkkkgk
80. Using Drago Wayland Parametersg
81. The Arrenhius equationgkkk
82. Using Drago-Wayland parameters #2gk
83. de Broglie equationgkkg
84. Names to Formulasggkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk
85. Composition of buffersggggggkkkkkkkk
86. Properties of buffersggggggkkkkkkkk
87. Naming organic fragmentsggggkkkkkk
88. R and S configurationsggggkkkkkk
89. pA,pB..gkgkgkkkkkkk
90. Metric Conversion-Drillgkgkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk
91. Metric Conversions-Calculationsgkgkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk