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I have chosen to do my Internet project on atomic structure, I have chosen this because I do Chemistry for GCSE and its one of my favourite subjects

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Internet project I have chosen to do my Internet project on atomic structure, I have chosen this because I do Chemistry for GCSE and its one of my favourite subjects and I enjoy learning about atomic structure. I am going to do this by searching different search engines and see how many websites I can get from each search engine. I am going to search five different search engines and her they are: I went to each of these sites and went to keyword and typed in Chemistry, the results of the following search is giving in the table below: Search Engine Number of results Google 6,360,000 AOL 5,890,736 Lycos 4,268,024 Yahoo 1387 Altavista 2,182,288 I then searched using these results and typed Atomic Structure as my keyword and I got the following results: Search Engines Number of results Google 835,000 AOL 274,916 Lycos 453,457 Yahoo 6 Altavista 200,188 As you can see from the results tables ...read more.


I used ' t: atoms-metallic' to see what results I could get. I found that This was more effective than using '+' as it gave you less results than it but it was less effective than using phrases. I then checked at least 1 websites from each search on atomic structure. I looked up six altogether Here are the sites I looked up: Search Engine Website Rating Comment Altavista www.chemtutor.com **** I liked this webstie as it had good information and was well put together. Could have had more pictures with a little less writing. Al http://web.jjay.cuny.edu/~acarpi/NSC/3-atoms **** I liked this website as it had good use of pictures and good information. Google www.library.thinkquest.org/3659/structures ***** I liked this website the best as it had just the right amount of information and a good amount of information. It was also good to look at. ...read more.


I found this site to be pretty popular and came up on every search engine. As my third choice I picked: www.chemtutor.com I picked this site as it told me a lot about atomic structure nearly everything you need to know about it but it didn't have many pictures which made it look boring and uninteresting and there was a lot it writing to get through. It was also I little bit to advanced. As my second choice I picked: http://web.jjay.cuny.edu/~acarpi/NSC/3-atoms. I picked this as it had some good information and some good diagrams to make some information easier to under stand. The site is shown below. As my first choice I picked www. Library.thinkquest.org/3659/structures I picked this site as my best site as it was easy to understand, there was plenty of diagrams and just enough writing but not to much to explain about atomic structure. This site is also shown below. - 1 - Laura Mitchell Internet project ...read more.

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