Back close

Chemistry Virtual Labs

Start Date: Friday, Jan 01,2010

School: School of Biotechnology

Project Incharge:Dr. Zeena S. Pillai
Project Incharge:Suma, Jyothi
Funded by:MHRD
Chemistry Virtual Labs

VALUE Virtual Chemistry laboratories introduce a new dimension to the chemistry lab. Virtual labs provide a number of benefits to both the student and teacher. Virtual experiments allow educational institutes to take advantage of vast savings from reduced consumption in chemical supplies and reduced costs that result from accidental breakages.

Students save time through reduction in time required for setup and restart procedures as instant repetition of an experiment is available at the click of a button. These labs also provide interactive molecular structures that help teachers demonstrate theory aspects and assist students to visualise and grasp the concepts with increased ease.

The other interactive features such as animations, quizzes, and virtual instruments provide students with the platform to explore chemical concepts in more detail than previously possible. Other experiments have been developed in the areas of Physical Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, and Inorganic Chemistry.

Related Projects

Synthesis of Intermediate Analogues for Biologically Active Molecules
Synthesis of Intermediate Analogues for Biologically Active Molecules
Furfuryl Derivatives of Meldrum’s Acid: Synthesis, Characterisation and Biological Studies
Furfuryl Derivatives of Meldrum’s Acid: Synthesis, Characterisation and Biological Studies
Benchtop Nanoscale patterning using soft lithography for the printing of DNA molecules
Benchtop Nanoscale patterning using soft lithography for the printing of DNA molecules
Pharmacological Potential of Endophytes from Mangrove Plants in South West Coast of Kerala
Pharmacological Potential of Endophytes from Mangrove Plants in South West Coast of Kerala
Studies on Enhancement of Microbicidal Activity of Phenolic Compounds by Addition of Inorganic Salts
Studies on Enhancement of Microbicidal Activity of Phenolic Compounds by Addition of Inorganic Salts
Admissions Apply Now