The Alabama Science In Motion program provides high school science classes with science laboratory experiments that use modern instruments and equipment. The chemistry Science In Motion program located at Troy University includes a van of chemistry instruments and a driver; Dena Byars provides instruction on how to use the equipment.
The Troy vans serve schools in the southeast region of Alabama, which includes the following counties: Butler, Coffee, Conecuh, Covington, Crenshaw, Dale, Escambia, Geneva, Henry, Houston and Pike.
This is not the official Troy University chemistry Science In Motion page. However, it is a place to include some pictures of SIM activities.
An Excel 97/2003 spreadsheet for the barium-137m half-life lab. Plots the data and calculates the half-life.
A Chemistry Formatter, for changing H3O+ to H3O+ with the click of a button in Word, Excel, or PowerPoint.