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This is a website from the US Environmental Protection Agency that explains Gas Chromatography for those interested in environmental analysis. The level of the material assumes some user background in the field.
This site is the homepage of professor Richard Felder of North Carolina State University. It includes a compilation of his papers on effective teaching in chemical education. The webpage also includes student handouts,...
This website serves as a primer for understanding the fundamentals of NMR spectroscopy. Plenty of useful figures and animations that enhance the understanding of nuclear spin, shielding, and how these phenomena serve as...
This site contains a brief description of the separation mechanism in size exclusion chromatography. The picture helps visualize the separation, but the site features a simplified and idealized presentation useful for...
This is an excellent article on problem-based learning that will be an invaluable resource to any interested instructor. The authors review the literature on problem-based learning, and provide examples of the use of...
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