by: Designmate • 0
Students can explore the phenomenon of sublimation in detail in this Eureka.in chemistry app. The app beautifully displays the process of sublimation which is defined as the transition of a substance from its solid phase directly to gas phase, without passing through the intermediate liquid phase.
The entire process of sublimation is demonstrated with an example of camphor. It further illustrates how the process can be beneficially used to separate a mixture of common salt and ammonium chloride.
This easy-to- understand app is especially designed for students of middle school. Other exclusive features of this app include:
• A comprehensive text
• Stunning images
• A multiple choice quiz section
• Expansive array of key terms
• Web links
Eureka.in apps are created by Designmate (I) Pvt. Ltd., a leading e-learning company that pioneers in the use of graphics, animation and simulations to simplify concepts in General Science, Biology, Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. For more information, please visit www.designmate.com
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