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"Odyssey models are compelling: every movement is calculated and rendered on screen. It's mind-blowing cutting-edge stuff."

Designed for Foundation Year and Undergraduate Study

Odyssey provides a useful bridge between A-level and University study. Getting students on-track faster and improving retention.

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Liquids & Intermolecular Forces

Odyssey includes a series of 13 experiments on liquids and intermolecular theory:

The Molecular Characteristics of a Liquid


The Molecular Characteristics of a Liquid

Introduces liquids taking the student through a series of demonstrations showing the molecular behaviour in liquid particles.

The Molecular Characteristics of a Solid

Illustrates the fundamental elements of the structure of solids.

Molecular Motion in Gases, Liquids, and Solids

Demonstrates how the molecular motion differs between gases, liquids, and solids.

The Energies of Gases, Liquids, and Solids

Describes how, whether a substance is found in the solid, liquid, or gaseous state, depends on the balance between the kinetic energy of motion of the individual molecules and the attractive energy that is associated with the interactions between the molecules.

Intermolecular Forces

Introduces intermolecular forces between molecules, showing the different kinds of intermolecular forces.

Ion-Dipole Forces

Describes ion-dipole forces as intermolecular forces with an interactive experiment.

Hydrogen Bonding

Shows hydrogen bonding as a special type of intermolecular interaction between polar molecules.

Liquid Water

Illustrates how water exhibits a lot of physical properties that are highly unusual for a liquid relating to hydrogen bonding within water.


Examines the stucture of ice showing that the solid has a lower density than the liquid in contrast to most other substances.

The Melting Transition

Focuses on the transition between liquid state to solid state.