Question types: Electron Pushing / Curved Arrow (MarvinJS)

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Maintained by Picture of Carl LeBlondCarl LeBlond
Javascript Curved Arrow / Electron Pushing question based on MarvinJS. Can be used to test and strengthen students knowledge of reaction mechanism, resonance and curved arrow notation. This plugin requires MarvinJS from Chemaxon.
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Overview

This software is no longer maintained and has been superseded by the OpenOChem LTI assessment system.

Javascript based (MarvinJS) Curved Arrow / Electron Pushing question can be used to test and strengthen students knowledge of reaction mechanism, resonance and curved arrow notation.  The instructor builds a reaction scheme/mechanism with all electron pushing arrows and the student must provide the correct arrows on the reaction during assessment.  Note:  This plugin requires MarvinJS from Chemaxon
 
You can ask questions such as;
  • Please add curved arrows showing the flow of electrons for the following reaction?
  • Please add curved arrows showing how the following resonance structure could be obtained?

Features

  • Interactive - students draw curved arrows representing flow of electrons.
  • Multistep reactions OK!
  • Radical or Polar reactions possible.

License

This plugin adopts the same license that Moodle does.  The MarvinJS software is available from Chemaxon.

Authors

This plugin was developed at the Indiana University of Pennsylvania (IUP).  Neither IUP or Carl LeBlond are affiliated with Chemaxon.

Requirements

This plugin requires MarvinJS from Chemaxon which can be downloaded here.  Download the full package and install it at your web servers root directory.

Examples

Example questions are provided as a Moodle xml file in the examples folder.

 

Sets

This plugin is part of set EasyOChem.

Screenshots

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Contributors

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Carl LeBlond (Lead maintainer)
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