Computer Experiments: Some Principles and Examples
The authors are interested in building computer experiments that extend a student's experience beyond what is feasible or even possible in the laboratory at a given level. This article examines: computer experiments involving mathematical models; laboratory-equivalent computer experiments; and computer environment.
Craig, Norman C., David D. Sherertz, Terry S. Carlton, and Martin N. Ackermann. 1971. "Computer Experiments: Some Principles and Examples." Journal of Chemical Education 48(5): 310.
American Chemical Society
Journal of Chemical Education
Chemistry and Biochemistry
Laboratory computing, Interfacing