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View Resource Cell Phone Spectrophotometer

On this site, instructions and software are provided to allow students to build an inexpensive spectrophotometer, using digital cameras or cell phone cameras as array detectors. Supplementary materials include instructions for high school teachers and laboratory instructions for both high school and college students. Software source code allows customization.

View Resource Dual Beam Spectrometer

This Quick Time movie describes the operation of a dual beam spectrometer using an optical wedge to improve the accuracy of the absorbance measurement. The movie includes narration and graphs which explain the technological concepts involved. Running time for the movie is 3 minutes and 55 seconds.

View Resource Mass Spectrometry Video

This video, distributed on YouTube by the Royal Society of Chemistry is on the basic principles of mass spectrometry, using a magnetic sector instrument to demonstrate how specific m/z ratios can be selected. The theory and operation of MS, including the chemistry of ionization and fragmentation is described at an introductory level. There is also an excellent example of the use of high...

View Resource Accelerator Mass Spectrometry in Biology and Health Care

This video, developed at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, describes the instrumentation for accelerator mass spectrometry and its applications. The content describes the instrumentation and its application for carbon dating and measurements of drug distribution. Running time for the video is 49:31.

View Resource Mass Spectrometry Primer

This website developed by Waters Corporation provides a brief primer on mass spectrometry which includes information on instrumentation, a discussion of mass accuracy, resolution, and LC-MS. As such the site should be a valuable resource for both students and faculty.

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