Simulation of titration experiments

Kengne, Enselme (2011) Simulation of titration experiments. Masters thesis, Higher's teacher training college of the University of Maroua.

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    Abstract

    Nowadays computer simulation is used in various fields, particularly in laboratories where it is used for the exploration data which are sometimes experimentally inaccessible. In less developed countries where there is a need for up to date laboratories for the realization of practical lessons in chemistry, especially in secondary schools and some higher institutions of learning, it may permit learners to carryout experiments such as titrations without the use of laboratory materials and equipments. Computer simulations may also permit teachers to better explain the realities of practical lessons, given that computers have now become very accessible and less expensive compared to the acquisition of laboratory materials and equipments. This work is aimed at coming out with a virtual laboratory that shall permit the simulation of an acid-base titration and an oxidation-reduction titration with the use of synthetic images. To this effect, an appropriate numerical method was used to obtain appropriate organigram, which were further transcribed into source codes with the help of a programming language so as to come out with the software.

    Item Type: Thesis (Masters)
    Uncontrolled Keywords: Development, Software, Simulation, Titration
    Subjects: 300 Social sciences > 370 Education
    500 Natural sciences and mathematics > 540 Chemistry and allied sciences
    Divisions: Africa > Cameroon > Université de Maroua (UM) > École Normale Supérieure (ENS)
    Depositing User: Master Enselme Kengne
    Date Deposited: 05 Oct 2013 17:31
    Last Modified: 05 Oct 2013 17:31
    URI: http://eprints.campuce.org/id/eprint/89

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