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Chem TV: Organic Chemistry CD-ROM 3.0

Author(s): B.A. Luceigh, PhD, University of California, Los Angeles, California
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  • ISBN-13: 9780763747039
  • ISBN-10:0763747033
  • Cd-rom     pages      © 2004
Price: $144.95 US List
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This best-selling CD-ROM is a unique learning tool for any introductory organic chemistry course. Forty-five individual movies animate organic structures and reactions, helping you visualize concepts discussed in lectures and in the textbook. Additionally, an optional audio narration provides a basic description of each animation. The material is correlated to Organic Chemistry, Third Edition, by Marye Anne Fox and James K. Whitesell, via icons in the margins of the text.

Recommended Minimum System Requirements:
Windows (98/2000/ME/XP – supported)
486 (Pentium II or higher recommended
16 MB RAM
640 x480 screen resolution or higher, hi-color mode
2x CD-ROM drive (4x speed or higher recommended)

Macintosh
68030 (040 or PowerMac recommended)
16 MB RAM
640 x480 screen resolution or higher, hi-color mode
2x CD-ROM drive (4x speed or higher recommended

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Organic Chemistry is optimized for Internet Explorer 5.0 and higher but is also compatible with Netscape Navigator 4.7 and higher

 

B.A. Luceigh, PhD-University of California, Los Angeles, California

Dr. Luceigh has taught at the University of California, Los Angeles since 1986, specializing in organic chemistry and holds the position of Senior Lecturer. In 1989 she won the UCLA Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry Hanson-Dow Teaching Award, and in 1991 she won the UCLA Distinguished Teaching Award for Lecturer. She is the author of the educational CD-ROMs, "CHEM TV: Organic Chemistry" and "CHEM TV: Choices I" for learning organic chemistry. Dr. Luceigh received her doctorate in organic chemistry from Stanford University in 1970. She has experience in research, teaching, and academic administration. She first began teaching in 1973 at Santa Clara University, Santa Clara, California. She has also taught at Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, and Occidental College, Los Angeles.