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The following are all of the activities, from all categories and modules, in alphabetical order.

The models are not sequentially numbered; gaps in numbering do not indicate missing models but rather reflect the creation process.

167 activities total. Displaying all.

Activity List

ID Name Editable?
201 A Comparison of Liquid and Gas States (A 1-page study for advanced students) Yes
19 A Reverse Micelle (a 1-page model exploration for advanced students) Yes
198 Activation Energy (1-page introduction) Yes
239 Active Filters (demo) Yes
272 Air Filtration (1-page introduction) Yes
206 Alignment of Polar Molecules with/without an External Field (1-page activity) Yes
160 Amino Acids and Water: 20 Alanine Model (4 connected model pages) Yes
248 Amplification of Biochemical Signals: the ELISA Test (an 8-page activity for technical students) Yes
25 Aquatic Solutions and Our Cells (Five-day unit) No
277 Atomic Layer Deposition (A 1-page experiment) Yes
275 Atomic Mass and Melting Point (1-page exploration) Yes
47 Atomic Structure (SAM) (9-page, 2-day activity) Yes
310 Atoms and Conservation of Energy (SAM) (9-page activity) Yes
63 Attractive Forces and Phase Change: (formerly Atoms in Motion) 4-pp activity No
40 Brownian Motion (a 4 pp activity) Yes
197 Catalysis: Three conditions (One of three interlinked model pages on the role of catalysis) Yes
72 Cell Membranes: Diffusion and Osmosis (1-p exploration; interactive, Flash) No
43 Charge-Dipole Interaction (A 1-page exploration) Yes
24 Chemical Equilibrium (1-page activity) Yes
193 Chemical Equilibrium and Le Chatelier's Principle (a 4 pp, one-day activity) Yes
192 Chemical Potential Energy and Phase Change (a 3 pp exploration) Yes
44 Chemical Reaction Kinetics: Dissociation and Recombination of Diatomic Molecules (a 1-page exploration) Yes
278 Chemical Reactions (interactive essay by Charles Xie) Yes
301 Chemical Reactions and Stoichiometry (SAM) (a 2-day activity) Yes
214 Chemical Reactions: A + A to A2 (interactive Flash model) No
216 Chemical Reactions: A2 + B To 2A and B (interactive Flash model) No
215 Chemical Reactions: A2 plus B2 to 2AB (interactive Flash model) No
259 Chromatography (a multi-page technical education activity) No
241 Counting Reactants and Products (a one-page interactive model) Yes
263 Crystals: Closely Packed Metals (a 1 page model in 3D) Yes
246 Density and Buoyancy with Centrifugation (a 3 pp activity with technical application) Yes
181 Density and Buoyancy: How Do Whales Sink So Deep? (Flash interactive model) No
285 Designer Proteins (A 5-page activity) Yes
288 Diffusion Assessment (test) Yes
321 Diffusion, Osmosis, and Active Transport (SAM) (a 2-day activity) Yes
223 Diffusion, Osmosis, and Dialysis (a 5pp activity) Yes
186 Dissolving (an early 9 pp activity) No
55 Dissolving Salt in Water (template model) Yes
237 Dissolving Salt in Water: Teacher-contributed variant Yes
274 Distillation and the Role of Weak Forces (a 4 pp activity) Yes
265 DNA Hybridization (Plain Model) Yes
244 DNA Hybridization with Southern Blot (a 5 pp activity for biotechnology students) Yes
273 DNA to Protein Animation (an animation with some interactivity) No
245 DNA to Protein Synthesis (a 6 pp introduction) Yes
315 DNA to Proteins (SAM) (a 2-day activity; 11 pp) Yes
154 Docking: Binding of Complementary Surfaces (a 2 pp introduction to surfaces) Yes
299 Drug Design: Protein Kinases (a 6 pp activity for biotechnology students) No
213 Effect of Charges on Folding: A Strongly Polar Conformation Yes
209 Effect of Charges on Folding: An Alternately Charged Conformation Yes
166 Effusion of Gas Molecules (a 1 page demonstration model) Yes
59 Elastic Collision between Two Particles (a 1-page demonstration model) Yes
318 Electric Current (SAM) (a 2-day, 10 pp activity) Yes
294 Electrical Generators (a one page demonstration) Yes
199 Electrophoresis, with SDS Page (an 7-page activity for biotechnology) No
157 Electrostatic Self-Assembly (demo) Yes
317 Electrostatics (SAM) (a 7 pp activity for 1-2 class periods) Yes
60 Energy Conservation in Chemical Reactions (A 1-page demonstration) Yes
293 Energy Games: Energy and Force Among Atoms (10 pp of energy exercises) Yes
113 Equilibrium Position of Chemical Reactions (a one-page interactive model) Yes
316 Excited States and Photons (SAM) (12 pp for 2 days) Yes
21 Experiment on an All-Hydrophilic Polypeptide (an interrelated set of 4 models) Yes
54 Exploring Ionic Compounds (Salt) (a 5 pp activity) No
62 Explosion (5 interlinked models) Yes
174 Fields: The movement of a Charged Particle in Three Fields A 1-page model exploration by Charles Xie) Yes
177 Finding the Nucleus of a Helium Atom (see "Important Notice!") (A very short activity) No
256 Fluorescence: Molecular Tagging (a 6 pp activity for biotechnology students) Yes
66 Formation of Water Shells around Ions (a 1-page highly interactive model) Yes
322 Four Levels of Protein Structure (SAM) (a 9-page 1-2 day activity) Yes
134 Free Radicals: Their Role in Chemical Reactions (a 1 page comparison study) Yes
324 From DNA to Proteins and Protein Folding (MIT Museum Exhibit) Yes
97 From Monomers to Polymers (Three-activity module) Yes
28 Gas Diffusion: On Your Marks, Get Set, Go! (Windows only) No
270 Gas Effusion in a Two-Compartment Container (1 page interactive model) Yes
323 Gas Laws (SAM) (an 8 pp 1 or 2 day activity) Yes
29 Gas Laws: Pressure (a 2-day activity) No
264 Gas Molecules in a Box (3D dynamics) Yes
73 Graphite: Chemical Bond Network (a single model with some interactivity) Yes
308 Heat and Temperature (SAM) A 2-day activity Yes
74 Heat and Temperature (Windows only) Yes
292 Heat Flow (Monday's Lesson) (a 4-page activity) Yes
52 Heat of Vaporization (with Latent Heat) (1 page in 3-page activity on Exploring Potential Energy in Phase Changes) Yes
232 Heat Propagation (a 1-page exploration) Yes
267 Heat Propagation/Transfer 2 (A 1-page model exploration) Yes
313 Hemoglobin (ROVER) (an advanced activity in 3D) Yes
281 Hemoglobin Tour (a 2-page interactive exploration) Yes
195 HIV Virus (demo model) Yes
76 How a Protein Gets Its Shape: The Role of Charge Yes
78 How Do Mass and Inertia Affect Molecular Motion? Yes
212 Hydrophilicity (demo - set of linked models) Yes
203 Hydrophobia (demo - set of linked models) Yes
207 Hydrophobic Collapse (PROBLEM/Delete?) Yes
227 Intermolecular Forces (SAM) (a 2-class activity) Yes
152 Introduction to BioLogica No
284 Introduction to Crystals (an 8-page, 1-2 class activity) Yes
298 Introduction to Modeling (SAM) (a 7 page activity) Yes
287 Introduction to Molecular Dynamics Models (7-page original Introduction to MW) Yes
81 Ion Transport in an Electric Field (interactive demo) Yes
204 Ionic Bonds and Their Effect on Molecular Structure (interactive 1-page model) Yes
269 Kinetic Energy Equipartition (1-page demo model) Yes
170 Latent Heat (Single model with graph. Model and scripts by Prof. Arie Aziman and Carlos Cardena, modified from an original model by Dan Damelin) Yes
283 Light and Matter Interactions (An 8-page activity originally by Concord MW team, modified by Ed O'Sullivan, Parkland College) Yes
131 Light-Matter Interaction Part I: Photons (Template) Yes
319 Lipids and Carbohydrates (SAM) A 2-day 11-page activity Yes
253 Liquid Crystals: LCD Displays (a 6-page activity for community college students by Dan Damelin) No
171 Liquid Crystals: the Mesophase between Solids and Liquids (a 1-p model exploration by Charles Xie) Yes
176 Mass and Molecular Motion (A 2-model 1-page exploration) Yes
85 Mass Spectroscopy (a 5-page activity for advanced technical students) No
266 Maxwell Speed and Velocity Distributions (3-interconnected 1-page models) Yes
86 Meiosis No
87 Melittin Protein (a sample protein model) Yes
314 Mission Immunity (a 3D, 5-page activity, from the Rover project) Yes
219 Modeling a Gas: Thermal Equilibrium (5-page activity, 1-page has a problem) No
291 Models of the Atom's Electron Orbitals (see "Important Notice!"; ) No
280 Molecular Crystals (7-page activity) Yes
262 Molecular Dynamics Simulation of Sodium Chloride (1 page interactive model in 3D) Yes
302 Molecular Geometry: (SAM) 11-page, 2-day activity Yes
217 Molecular Sieve (1-page model) Yes
94 Molecules with Aromatic Rings (1-page model with temperature control) Yes
102 Mutations: Changing the Genetic Code (a 7-page activity) Yes
276 Nanomachines (a 5-page activity) Yes
309 Newton's Laws at the Atomic Level (SAM) (a 2-day, 9-page activity) Yes
312 NSTA 2008: Creating learning activities using the Molecular Workbench No
106 Observing Newton's 3rd Law in a Molecular Dynamics Simulation (a 1-page model) Yes
233 Osmosis (A single interactive Flash model) No
23 Osmosis and Osmotic Pressure (a simple model in 1-page with interactivity) Yes
305 Phase Change (2-day, 9-page activity from the SAM project) Yes
180 Phase Change (a multi-page activity) No
178 Phase Separation (a single interactive model) Yes
279 Piezoelectric Effect (a single model for advanced students) Yes
187 Point Defects in Crystals (2-page activity) Yes
282 Polymerization (7 pp activity for advanced students) Yes
163 Polymerization: Step Growth (model only) Yes
108 Potential Energy Curves and Activation Energy (5-page activity) Yes
110 Potential Energy in Covalent Bond Formation (a 5-page activity) Yes
300 Protein Conservation: A View into Proteomics (a 6-page activity) Yes
225 Protein Folding (8-page activity; a "Stepping Stone" of MoLo project) Yes
156 Protein Substrate Docking (3-interlinked pages of related demonstration models) Yes
261 Protein Synthesis (Template Model) Yes
320 Proteins and Nucleic Acids (SAM) (a 12-page, 2-day activity from the SAM project) Yes
56 Reaction Rate and Concentration (a 3-day activity) Yes
247 Reaction Rates, Catalysis, and Pasteurization (8-page activity) Yes
115 Self-alignment of dipole moments and alignment in external field (a 1-page model exploration) Yes
155 Self-Assembly (Demo model) Yes
295 Self-Assembly 2: Complementarity of Molecular Shapes (a 5-page activity) No
200 Self-Assembly and Orientation (a 4-page set of models for comparison) Yes
231 Self-Assembly with Nanomanufacturing (a 9-page activity) Yes
158 Simulating Primitive Life: Nanoworms (a 1-page demonstration model) Yes
188 Solids, Liquids, and Gases (6-page activity) No
210 Solvation of Polar Molecules (a 1-page model for exploration) Yes
220 Spatial Equilibrium: Modeling a Gas (erratic) No
304 Spectroscopy (SAM) (an 8-page, 1-2 day activity) Yes
127 States of Matter (week-long unit) No
144 States of Matter Basics: Interatomic interactions: Towards state of matter (I) and (II) Yes
146 States of Matter Basics: Comparison of liquid and solid Yes
235 Strong Chemical Bonds (SAM) (a 2-day, 10-page activity) Yes
236 Structure of Proteins: Insulin (a 7-page activity) Yes
130 Superballs are Like Atoms (8-page activity) Yes
260 Template-Based Synthesis: PCR No
132 The Effect of Structures and Subforces on Protein Conformation Yes
172 The Relationship Between Interaction Strength and Melting Point Yes
226 The Tree of Life's Macromolecules (multi-page interlinked activity) Yes
139 Two Atoms in a Box: Collisions and transfer of energy (a multi-page activity) No
290 Visualizing Beginning Molecular Ideas (a TEST) Yes
202 Water Molecules (a 1-page model) Yes
140 Water: Getting to Know the Water Molecule (a 7-page activity) No
271 X-ray Crystallography (a 13-page activity for advanced students) Yes
311 Zoom It - A Sense of Scale (a powers-of-ten tool) Yes

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