These materials on chemical equilibrium are designed to spark an active learning environment in the classroom. Materials can be downloaded and modified to fit particular learning goals. The website is available here .
Designed as a faculty resource on separation science, with a particular emphasis on chromatographic separations. The published materials focus on active learning but may be modified to fit any curricular pedagogy. Materials include a text, sample problems, and an instructor's manual. The website is available here .
This site points students and instructors to web resources which, taken together, allow teaching Instrumental Analysis with a virtual, on-line textbook instead of a hard copy text. Some material is "ASDLib-native," other material is from elsewhere.The website is available here .
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 .
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 .
This module focuses on the basic concepts involved in dynamic electrochemistry when the net current is not zero - the combination of mass transfer and electrochemical reactions at the interface between solids and fluids. It is at an introductory level appropriate for undergraduates in their sophomore or junior years. The website is available here .
A learning module that explains the instrumental systems and interactions involved in atomic emission for elemental analysis. Completion of the module will leave the learner with knowledge of optics, plasma sources, and trade-offs in choosing the right instrument for a given analytical task. The website is available here .
This courseware module is structured for either a lecture presentation or self-study tutorial on analytical potentiometry. The level of presentation spans upper high school to college students. Topics include historical background, theory/principles, instrumentation, pH electrodes, experimental examples, and troubleshooting tips. The website is available here .
This learning module presents the fundamentals of X-ray Diffraction for characterizing molecular structure in a form useful both as lecture notes and for self-study. The website is available here .
Means, standard deviation, and deciding if two results are different at some level of statistical significance is the basis for analytical decision making. This module teaches students how to use t-tests, Q-tests, and to tell when differences are statistically real. The website is available here .