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(10062) Intro to XRF- An Analytical Perspective

X-ray fluorescence is of substantial importance in industry, yet there are few experts doing forefront research in the academic world as of early 2011. Presentation materials suitable for self-study or… Read more »

Analytical Chemistry 2.0

A complete textbook for Quantitative Analysis is freely downloadable. Teach yourself Analytical Chemistry, or be part of a class on the subject. The website is available here .

Introduction to Lasers

Lasers are preferred light sources for high resolution or time-resolved optical spectroscopy. This module introduces the workings of lasers and gives examples of common designs.The website is available here .

Optics Tutorial

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

Chemistry-Based QuickTime Movies, Animations, and Streaming Audio

Downloadable animations and movies for analytical instruments and processes. Formats in QuickTime, GIF animations, and Flash animations.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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