Since their introduction into schools, educators have tried to utilize computers in classes in order to make difficult topics more comprehensible. Chemistry educators, when faced with the task of teaching a topic that cannot be taught through experiments in a laboratory, resort to computers to help students visualize difficult concepts and processes. Computers offer viable means to teach dynamic equilibrium, a topic that has no laboratory manuals. Recently, chemistry educators have started to focus on how to use computer animations and simulations in the teaching of equilibrium.
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