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Pivot Interactives for Chemistry


Pivot Interactives is a powerful online supplement to hands-on chemistry experiments, enabling students to vary experimental parameters one at a time to view results from a set of many videos of the same experiment. With over 200 interactive activities, these high-quality videos give your students the opportunity to observe and study hard-to-replicate experiments and phenomena no matter where they are.

Why Use Pivot Interactives

Pivot Interactives gives your students the opportunity to observe and study hard-to-replicate phenomena. Students make measurements and analyze their data directly within the Pivot Interactives online environment, making it perfect for remote learning. 

Free Trial for Educators

Educators can try Pivot Interactives with their students free for 30 days. Browse the entire library of videos, explore the analysis tools, and more.

Why Use Pivot Interactives?

  • Engage with interactive videos.
  • Design their own experiments.
  • Explore the patterns of everyday physical phenomena.
  • Take measurements, then graph the data digitally.
  • Supplement hands-on learning with interactive videos.
  • Use Pivot Interactives as an assessment tool and provide student feedback.
  • Assign interactive experiments to students.
  • Challenge students to design their own experiments.
  • Provide students with remote learning options.

See Experiment Examples

Students explore acid-base titrations, where the goal is to determine how much solution must be added to the flask to neutralize the mixture.

Students identify the real gold medal from an inexpensive copy and determine if an Olympic gold medal is actually made of gold by investigating the density of different metals.

Students use the Beer‑Lambert law to observe the relationship between concentration, absorbance, and percent transmittance using multiple solutions.

Students can change what happens in the video, selecting and varying a parameter like acid-base combination or indicator, and observe how these changes affect the outcome.

Students explore Le Chatelier’s principle to understand the equilibrium equation and constant for reactions.

Students use the concept of buoyancy along with a clever method for determining the density of objects.

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