Intro Chemistry (High School) (PC)

Intro Chemistry (High School) (PC)

Programs cover the material in high school chemistry courses. Topics are explained using animations, interactions and voice comments. Self-paced study that allows high school students to visualize chemistry.




Learning at your own pace.  All the topics that are covered in high school level Chemistry courses. Chemical processes are presented with clear verbal descriptions and instructions.  Plot results and enjoy learning from simulations.


General Chemistry can be used in conjunction with any introductory chemistry text book, or stand-alone.


To help you understand both the basic and the most challenging topics found in Chemistry, our tutorial software provides over 200 hours of study, and uses the advantages of the computer giving simulations, narration, animations, and colorful graphics.


Educational Media Reviews said “This program is for the student or teacher who wants a fantastic tool to teach or learn difficult science concepts”.

Additional information

System Requirements

The programs can be installed and run on a variety of system configurations. The minimum requirements are described below for PCs.

IBM/PC Compatible

Microsoft®Windows®2000 with Service Pack 4, Windows Server® 2003 and 2008; Windows XP Professional, Home Edition, or Tablet PC Edition with Service Pack 2 or 3; Windows Vista®Home Basic, Home Premium, Business, Ultimate, or Enterprise with or without Service Pack 1; Windows 7.

Intel®1.3 GHz processor

128MB of RAM (256MB recommended)

Disk Space: 1 Gig free hard drive space

Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0, 6.0 with Service Pack 1, 7.0 or 8.0; Firefox 2.0 or 3.0

For PCs:

Adobe Acrobt reader 9
Adobe Flash 9 or 10

For on-line version,

Adobe Authorware web player plug-in.


1. General principles
2. Math review
3. 3-D molecules
4. Ideal gases
5. Kinetic theory of gases
6. Acids & Bases
7. Equilibrium
8. Thermodynamics
9. Electrochemistry 10. Electromagnetic theory
11. Pre-quantum experiments
12. Quantum mechanics
13. Bonding
14. Quantum mechanics
15. Chemical kinetics
16. Solids
17. Main group elements
18. Transition metal chemistry


The program takes advantage of multimedia technology to present teachers and students with a new way of approaching and understanding the challenging concepts and ideas found in Chemistry.

User-friendly interface allows for easy navigation
Flexible plotting, drag & drop and other interactive exercises
Convenient pull down calculator, glossary, key word searches, note pad, periodic table and many tables of useful data
Quizzes with step-by-step feedback
Hundreds of 3-D visual demonstrations, movies, animations and sound effects
Many concise voice comments help to emphasize key concepts
Over 200 hours of study material on each CD compiled by renowned McGill professor Dr. Bryan Sanctuary

Teacher student

Target audience

Covers all the traditional and modern topics in General Chemistry in undergraduate science programs.

We encourage sales to Universities, Institutions and Home Groups by providing Volume Discounts (found at step 2 above). These provide even greater savings over our already low prices, compared to hard copy textbooks.
Users: teachers

Use the power of interactive multimedia to motivate your students and provide them with a clearer understanding of ideas that were once more difficult to explain.

Promote the idea of more frequent individual study among your students and encourage them to explore various concepts and topics at their own pace.
The many 3-D animations facilitate the explanation of complex ideas and provides students with helpful visual representations.
Non-linear structure of the tutorial allows you the option of easily skipping to desired sections.
Give your students access to multimedia learning tools that can help your online course environments go beyond simply posting comments and communicating with others.
Accompany in-class lectures with a display of both graphics and text by using a conventional overhead projector. This can be easier and more effective than writing notes on a blackboard.
MCH tutorials contain many good ideas for possible exam questions

To get an idea of how our programs work, check out the screen captures of students using the tutorials.

Users: Students

As a student, your main goals are to develop a comprehensive understanding of the central ideas in your science classes, and of course to get good grades. Our programs can be used as a great study and review tool for midterm and final exams.

The review sections are excellent for brushing up on previously learned concepts
The subject matter helps put new ideas into a meaningful context. You will understand the broader concepts by studying the details.
The interactive exercises allow you to truly engage and immerse yourself in the information. You can actively construct your own body of knowledge.

The visual representations can provide you with an additional way of understanding some of the most challenging academic content you will encounter in your academic career.
Quizzes and feedback provide you with an opportunity to assess your learning progress.

To get an idea of how our programs work, check out the screen captures of students using the tutorials.


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