The link below will take you to a webpage where you can download an installation file for the Windows tutorial that I created to accompany the introductory chemistry text that I've written. The tutorial will allow you to practice many of the skills that are important for introductory chemistry.

Computer Tutorial to Accompany An Introductory Chemistry by Mark Bishop

To take full advantage of this web site, you might need to download the following. 

You can find the latest browsers by clicking on the images below. 

          netscape.gif (854 bytes)     explorer.gif (9132 bytes)

To use some of the pages on this site, you need the following browser plug-ins. When you click on the links, you will be taken to web pages that describe how to download and install the plug-ins. 

The Chime plug-in allows you to view and rotate molecules.   

chemscape.gif (2214 bytes)

To run the Shockwave movies found on this site you need the latest Shockwave Plug-in

Shockwave Plug-in

In order to facilitate printing, some information on this web site is presented in the form of Adobe Acrobat files. To view these files, you need the Adobe Acrobat Reader. Use the link below to download the latest version of this free software. 

Adobe Acrobat Reader

Home ] Chemistry 1A ] Chemistry 2 ] Chemistry 10 ] [ Downloads ] Student Sites ] General Sites ] Other Tools ] Tutorial ]