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View Resource Custom Designed High Performance Liquid Chromatography Course

This site contains slides to accompany lectures on High Performance Liquid Chromatography. They provide some excellent information about practical aspects of HPLC. The sections on troubleshooting, sample preparation, gradients, system peaks, system suitability and methods validation are particularly valuable. This site is a subset of Dr. Levin's larger site related to teaching separations and...

View Resource Chromatography Nomenclature and Definitions

This website gives the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry approved definitions in the field of chromatography. It is critical for students to appreciate the importance of using standardized nomenclature and definitions. Sections of the site include general terminology, terms related to the chromatographic system, terms related to the chromatographic process and the theory of...

View Resource Applications Searchable Site

This site is a search engine for chromatographic and mass spectral methods in the Waters Corporation database. It searches based on analyte. It pulls up refereed journals (citations only) and company literature (pdf format). The site claims 23,500 documents. The site will be useful to those looking for methods in chromatography, including faculty and students looking for project ideas for either...

View Resource Analytical Electrochemistry: Basic Concepts

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.

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.

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