Grallator has considerable experience in producing software and multimedia for educational
purposes. This uses the specialist scientific and mathematical knowledge of Grallator
in conjunction with its industrial experience to produce examples that are visually
appealing and that can relate curriculum topics to “real-world” application.
Look at the basic properties of a wave. The wave length gives the distance between
any two equivalent points on a wave (one peak to another is one example) - turn on
the wave box and drag it around using the mouse to see this more clearly. The amplitude
tells you high high the peaks are.
Can you swap the red and green frogs? Click the “Rules” button for more information.
This simulation gives a resource that can help introduce the concept of dynamic chemical
equilibrium. Press i for help!