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Cyber Chemistry is a basic organic chemistry reaction simulation that is envisioned as a college-level training. This simulation allows students to control and observe organic reactions that are useful in organic synthesis and involved in biochemical processes.
The application is designed to deliver compelling and effective virtual training for both chemistry students and experienced chemists, thanks to exhaustive showcasing of the reformation of molecules.
The biggest challenge was to develop a scientifically accurate desktop application that can introduce the design of the chemical world. In particular, students need to see how changes made at the macroscopic level affect what happens at the molecular level and that way learn and verify the basic principles of chemistry as a science. The Program-Ace team had to create a large set of features that can help scientists add or remove reactants, calculate constants, solve equations, follow structures of different compounds, examine the geometry of the atoms and ions in a 3D space, and so many other actions.
Also, Program-Ace designed scientifically accurate 3D models that mirror the shape of simple organic molecules. The simulation environment exposes how these shapes affect the reactivity of molecules. Moreover, our team has been asked to create a simulation that can visualize how to apply essential scientific principles and evidence to provide an explanation about the effects of standard organic chemistry reaction mechanisms: substitution, elimination, and addition reactions.
Program-Ace created three connected simulations to achieve the goals that have been set using cutting-edge technologies such as Unity and CyberScience 3D. The "Concentration" simulator is designed to visualize the chemical processes that occur when two substances have been mixed up and show the chemical processes on macroscopic and microscopic levels. The "State of Matter" simulator demonstrates the processes that take place in a substance when changing two of its physical characteristics: for instance, pressure and temperature. The "Molecule Library" simulator envisions the molecular structure of organic and inorganic substances.