Thursday, March 12, 2009

Spectral Game Winners

Following up on my last post about the SpectralGame, I have given out 2 molecular model kits to the highest scoring students in my CHEM242 class.

The first winner was Scott Beaudoin with 24 points followed by HaeJi Choi with 17 points.

The current high scores for the Drexel students can be accessed here. High scores from everyone in the world can be found here. The top score is currently 40 by VK.

Andy and Tony continue to fine tune the operation of the game. The recent introduction of a "Reload Spectrum" button below the molecules prevents the game from stopping prematurely if the spectrum won't load for any reason.

We still welcome contributions of spectra (NMR, IR, UV, MS, etc.) and players!

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2 Comments:

At 11:11 PM, Blogger ChemSpiderMan said...

JC...I'm adding MS and IR spectra at present from the NIST Webbook. Thanks to the gracious consideration of that group we have permission to include a couple of dozen of each.,..for my first example look at Cholesterol..it now has multiple NMR spectra, an IR spectrum, UV spectrum and MS spectrum...

http://www.chemspider.com/Chemical-Structure.5775.html#spectra

More all welcomed.

 
At 3:45 AM, Blogger Jean-Claude Bradley said...

That will make a fine addition. Cholesterol happens to be one of the molecules with an attempted NMR analysis by my students this term.

 

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