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					                  SCIENTIFIC AND MATHEMATICAL EDITORS



     (1) Equation Editors: Use a mathematics word processor such as Math Type or
     Equation Editor to generate the following equations. Submit a final printout.


     (A) From the integral tables:

                                       x m1 (a  bx)n     an
                    x (a  bx) dx                               x (a  bx) dx
                      m        n                                    m        n1
                                                       
                                          m  n 1       m  n_1




                          x n1 a  bx
                                                 n
                                              an
                                                    x n a  bx dx
                      n
          x a  bx dx 
                                                                  n1
           n
                                         
                             m  n 1      m  n 1


     (B) Theoretical Calculation of Equilibrium Constants:

                                                                             vi
                                                                     qio
                                 K p  ( pv i )e q  e   o  (
                                           i                             )
                                           i                  i      NA



                                     v
                                  qin  i
            
     K p   Pivi   et v  
            i    
                    eq         i N  




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                                       Science and Math Editors - 1
     (C) Rate Law for free radical mechanism:
                                                           k3          k2 
                       d(HX)                     (HX) 
                                                           2    k1 k (X ) 
                                                                      2   2
                              2k1 (H2 )(X 2 )          1
                                                              k2 (HX) 
                         dt                        K      1
                                                                 k4 (X2 ) 
                                                                           




                                                           k           k2 
                                                             3
                                                                 k1 k X  
                        d(HX)                   (HX) 2 
                                                                     2    2 
                               2k1 2 )(X 2 ) 
                                    (H                   1
                          dt                      K          k2 HX  
                                                           1                
                                                                  k4 X 2  


     (D) Newton's second law applied to transverse motion of a string:
             
                                        2 y           2 y
                                      F 2 dx  (dx) 2
                                        x             t


                                              2y            2y
                                          F        dx  dx 2
                                              x 2           t



     (E) Fourier series f(x): 

                                   ao          nx         nx
                                      (an cos      bnsin     )
                                   2 n 1        L           L



     an         nx         nx 
        an cos      bnin     
     2 n1        L           L 



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                                        Science and Math Editors - 2
I found a chemical program to do this. I browsed in the internet looking for chemdraw
and other programs they had listed.

(2) CHEMICAL DRAWING PROGRAMS

Use a chemical drawing program to recreate the following chemicals and reactions.
Include copies of them in your portfolio.

(a) Simple Organic Reaction #1
                O                                               O



                      OH                                             O        +    H+


           Benzoic Ac id




           O                                              O

                                                                     
                                                                O:
                 OH                                                       +       H

                                                           

                                                                     




(b) Simple Organic Reaction #2


                                 Science and Math Editors - 3
                     H
                          Pyrrole
                     N
                                                                       H

                                                                   N



                                          N
cyc lohexane                               tricylic ic pyrrole derivative
                                     H
                          H

                               Pyrrole
                          N
                                                                     H

                                                                 N


                                              N
cyc lohexane
                                                    tricylic ic pyrrole derivative
                                          H




(c) Perspective drawing




                                Science and Math Editors - 4
                                      H
                                 N

    N
H

                             H

                         N


    N
H




(d) 3-D drawing
               CH 2 OH                                           CH 2 OH


     H                           O            H                            O    H
                                                       H


               OH                H                               OH        H

                                                  O

               H                 OH                              H         OH

                                          1-4 linkages in Starch


          CH2OH                                   CH2OH
    H                  O         H                         O         H
                                          H
          OH           H                          OH       H
                                     O
          H            OH                         H        OH


                             1 4 linkages in Starch


                  



                                      Science and Math Editors - 5
(3) Using Molecular Databases

       Download a program such as iMole for OS-X or Chime for Windows that can
       read pdb files. Download, view, edit and label two or more molecules. Include a
       printout of two or more molecules and discuss how this software may be used in
       the science curriculum.




Benzene is edited in a way where light is shining on it from the bottom left corner.
I made the spheres smaller for both the benzene and dna molecules so I can see the spaces
between the atoms. This is a good way to discuss with the class how the atoms are
bonding by electrons but the atoms are not physically touching each other. Ball-and-stick
kits doesn’t lead students to see it that way so by using this software program gives us a
better vision of what it’s like in the ‘microworld,’ theorectically.




                                Science and Math Editors - 6
This is a great site to find information on molecules for students to explore.
This software allows students to connect with other sites that are used by real life
scientists and educators and see visually of how compounds and molecules are made up
in drugs, biochemistry, and chemistry.


                               Science and Math Editors - 7

				
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