Zosimos offers massive support for creating exercises with chemical structures and reactions. Explore the table below to find out more about our great chemistry that will help you to make chemistry learning more fun with interactive quizzes.
|Topic||Exercise||Example||Question Use||Answer Use|
|Molecule representations||Chemical formula||C6H12O6||Planned later|
|Nomenclature||IUPAC name||2-Acetoxybenzoic acid|
|Reagent drawing||Done for reagents in structural formPlanned later for reagents in text form|
|Multistep reactions||Planned later|
|Stoichiometry||Balanced equations||Planned later|
|Newman projection||Planned later|
|Chair projection||Planned later|
|Fisher projection||Planned later|
|Haworth projection||Planned later|
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The tool for drawing the curved arrows in reaction mechanism and resonances is the electron flow arrow on the left toolbar of the drawing tool.
There are two options to draw the curved arrows when the teacher creates new exercises:
These options are available under the Exercise settings button for teachers when creating new exercises.
The default option is always the Direct arrow drawing style when creating a new exercise. The teacher needs to set the curved arrow preferences to use the Show forming bond style in each exercise on demand.
Exercises in duplicated quizzes will keep their original settings.
The students' drawing tool is set to the same curved arrow drawing style that the teacher set in the Exercise settings.