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HPLC – free, opensource HPLC simulator project

Want to see what happens in LC, but there's not an HPLC available for your use? This simulator shows what the important parameters are and lets you see the effect of changing those parameters on realistic separations. The website is available here . Note - the software for this application is still functional, but runs on an outdated…

Kinetic Capillary Electrophoresis(KCE): A conceptual Platform for Kinetic Homogeneous Affinity Methods

Kinetic Capillary Electrophoresis is a family of methods for studying binding of biopolymers, measuring rate constants, binding constants, and in some cases providing mechanistic details. This annimation illustrates several kinetic CE modes and their effect on the complex formation and dissociation. The website is available here .

Gas Chromatography (EPA Field Methods)

US Environmental Protection Agency site that explains GC for those interested in environmental analysis. Assumes some user background in the field.  Includes a partial list of EPA Field Methods that utilize GC which may be helpful to those interested in regulatory protocols. The website is available here . Further Analytical Methods developed by the Environmental…

Craig countercurrent extraction machine applet

This site provides a useful applet that demonstrates countercurrent extraction. The explanation of the method is short, but good. The level is appropriate for undergraduate students. The Applet itself is well designed and provides a useful exercise for students around which homework or small-group waork could be developed. The use of color is particularly helpful. The…

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 user controlled input of experimental conditions, such as seen for diffusion in electrochemistry.The website is available here .

Separation Science Animations

This site from TRSL is the main site that links to many animations related to how chromatography systems work. Most of the animations are quite good and would be helpful to students when trying to visualize what occurs in an instrument during an separation (e.g. injection, detection, etc.). Site does require FLASH to run. The website is available…
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