This website offers educators a set of eight classical electroanalytical experiments suitable for use in a quantitative analysis, instrumental analysis, or electrochemistry course. The materials should be useful for advanced undergraduates and beginning graduate students. Experiments include coulometric, conductometric, and potentiometric titrations, stripping analysis, flow injection analysis, and polarography. The experiments are designed around a common theme, analysis of drinking water; samples are collected from various sources. It is important to note that several of the experiments use mercury or mercury coated electrodes which present safety concerns.