Developing User-Friendly E-module Hyper-content on Atomic Structure and Periodical Properties of Elements

  title={Developing User-Friendly E-module Hyper-content on Atomic Structure and Periodical Properties of Elements},
  author={Monica Prima Sari and Rani Oktavia and Khairil Arif},
  journal={Journal of Physics: Conference Series},
Connecting understanding on atomic structure to explain the periodical properties of elements has always been a challenge over the years. One of the factors behind this is the lack of availability of syllabus-relevant, user-friendly, practical and accessible learning resources on the topics. Therefore, this research and development study aims to produce a valid and practical e-module hyper-content to support the learning process of structure atom and periodical properties of element by… 

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