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26/03/2014

Finished work on adapting the methylene blue questions, and began programming some more complex thermodynamics questions.

19/03/2014

In today's session, wrote a question for a first order kinetics question, and about to rewrite it to include if statements, randomising which variable it requires to be calculated.

19/03/14

I have finished the stationary points question, sorted out my xml files on moodle, and written a list of all the questions I have made.

19/03/2014

Continued with ideas for questions from 1st year practical sessions, mostly programming the methylene blue questions.

2014/03/17

Finished a chemical kinetics question on zeroth order reactions and another simple pH question involving conversion from pOH to pH.

I have also begun notes on a kinetics question involving the Arrhenius equation.

12/03/2014

Wrote a question to find the osmotic coefficient and began work on an elution volume/Mw question. Now adapting from the practical maths skills booklets.

12/03/14

Today I found a quotient rule that I had already made, and improved it and added a hint. I've made a question about the value of y when a curve crosses the y axis, like on the exam paper. I have also started making a question about stationary points, which contains multiple answer boxes.

2014/03/12

Came in at 9am and worked till 12 as I have a very busy evening. Completed a differential question, another pH question and a am half way through a zeroth order reaction question.

05/03/2014

In today's session, I continued programming the errors in multiplication question, almost completed it but just have to tweak the LaTeX to make the worked example decent.

05/03/2014

Nearly finished another integration equation, unfortunately I was having some troubles with it but it is nearly done now. All i need to do is set the answer to be to the nearest whole number and it will be ready for upload.

Next week i will looks at pH questions and more rate equations this time involving zeroth order rate equations and the Arrhenius law