This page is an exercise in predicting the consequences as a chemical reaction proceeds. You should attempt to reason through the question without doing any actual computations, though some mental estimations may be useful. When you press "New Problem" a balanced chemical equation, an accompanying description of the reaction conditions and a set "statements" will be displayed. Check all correct statements and press "Check Answer". The results and score appear in the table.
- This page generates 45 possible statements and then displays a random subset. The number of statements displayed
will vary considerably and there is no chance that the same set of statements will ever repeat.
- I'm still working on a global answer algorithm, ever so slowly, so the page displays only a single reaction at this time.
- This page requires Netscape 4.x or IE 5 or higher.
- After the question is displayed, you'll see a string below the "Check Answer" button. That's the
answer shown with 1 meaning true and 0 meaning false, in the same sequence as the selections on the list.
- There remain some problems, which I'm working on. Feedback is welcomed, as always.