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20 Immersive lessons

Average lesson time is around 3 minutes. Easily combined woth classic lesson time.

Concepts visualised & interactive

Build atoms and molecules, dive into substances, explore interactive periodic table and more.

Control the lessons easily

With special teachers mode you can control the whole class in just a few clicks on your tablet or phone.

How it works?

Start right away with registering and just MEL Chemistry app on your VR headset

20 topics so far aligned with the school curriculum

Atoms in solids

The first lesson shows that all matter consists of atoms. It will take you inside a diamond and graphite.

Atoms in gases

You will zoom inside a helium balloon and see that helium gas consists of atoms that are flying.

Atom structure

In this lesson, you will learn that an atom consists of a tiny atomic nucleus surrounded by an electron cloud.

Electron orbitals

You will see that when an electron becomes a part of the atom, it is spread around the nucleus like a cloud, and you will see the shape of S and P orbitals.

Isotopes

You will find that different carbon atoms always contain 6 protons but can contain a different number of neutrons in the nucleus.

Orbital names

You will see electrons added to an atom one by one and learn the names of the orbitals.

Electron configuration

In this lesson, we will introduce an electron configuration diagram and see how it works when we add electrons to the nucleus, one by one.

Oxygen atom

An interactive lab where you have to assemble your own oxygen atom with the given number of protons, neutrons and electrons.

Carbon atom

An interactive lab where you have to assemble your own carbon atom with the given number of protons, neutrons, and work out how many electrons to add yourself.

Carbon 14 isotope

An interactive lab where you have to assemble your own carbon 14 isotope with the given number of protons and the given atomic mass.

Sodium atom

An interactive lab where you have to assemble your own sodium atom with the given number of protons and the given atomic mass.

Nitrogen atom

An interactive lab where you have to assemble your own nitrogen atom with the given number of electrons, and work out how many protons and neutrons to add yourself.

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