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Animated Vibrational Modes of Triatomic Molecules

Molecular vibration modes are discussed using animation to depict atomic motion. As examples, the fundamental vibrational modes and their composite superposition are demonstrated for sulfur dioxide and carbon dioxide. A… Read more »


This site provides the principles of ICP-MS from sample introduction, ionization to MS quadrapole analysis. Excellent illustrative schematics of the main process in ICP-MS and pictorials of component parts. This… Read more »

Applets for Chromatography, Signal Processing and General Analytical Chemistry

This site offers Java-based applets as organized in 4 categories: analytical and general chemistry, instrumental chemical analysis, instrumentation/signal processing, data analysis/chemometrics. Each applet includes a short introduction followed by a… Read more »

How an Interferogram is Produced - An Animated Explanation

The site demonstrates principles behind the operation of the interferometer in an FTIR spectrometer. Graphics and interactive movies are used. Examples start from a single wavelength and build to the… Read more »

Atomic Absorption Instruction Module

An introduction to Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy for the non-chemist or new user.The website is available here .

Electromagnetic waves and circular dichroism:an animated tutorial

This website provides a tutorial on electromagnetic waves using animated graphics. The tutorial gives the student the ability to visualize, plane, and circularly polarized waves, the superposition of various types… Read more »

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