Design and Development of Computer-Aided Chemical Systems: Virtual Labs for Teaching Chemical Experiments in Undergraduate and Graduate Courses

Abstract

An environment for the construction of virtual chemistry experiments is presented. This environment is based on the E(V) = M + m model-Experiment (Virtual) = Materials + method-proposed and described herein, which allows the representation and subsequent building of chemistry experiments in virtual 3D worlds to any degree of complexity. The object-based nature of the environment not only allows its use on the Internet but also facilitates integration with other systems, while enabling the system to represent and organize knowledge in such a way that it is available to any teaching environment dealing with chemical laboratory experiments.

DOI: 10.1021/ci010015w

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@article{Ruiz2001DesignAD, title={Design and Development of Computer-Aided Chemical Systems: Virtual Labs for Teaching Chemical Experiments in Undergraduate and Graduate Courses}, author={Irene Luque Ruiz and Enrique L{\'o}pez Espinosa and Gonzalo Cerruela Garc{\'i}a and Miguel {\'A}ngel G{\'o}mez-Nieto}, journal={Journal of chemical information and computer sciences}, year={2001}, volume={41 4}, pages={1075-82} }