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View Resource Handbook of Basic Atomic Spectroscopic Data

This National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)) site contains atomic spectroscopic reference data. Information can be accessed through a variety of means, such as an interactive periodic table and dropdown lists of elements organized by name or atomic number. Data available includes isotope abundance, electron configuration, nuclear spin, magnetic moment, ionization energies, spectral...

View Resource Atomic Spectroscopy in a Project-Based Lab

This article, published in the "ABCs of Teaching Analytical Science" series of the journal Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry, describes a project-based lab in which students investigate the distribution of Pb and As (from pesticides) in a contaminated apple orchard. Students have complete control of the lab, from designing a sampling strategy to using the primary literature to develop...

View Resource Video: Infared Spectroscopy

This video, provided by the Royal Society of Chemistry and hosted on YouTube, covers the basic principles of infrared spectroscopy. The material would be very useful in describing the concepts to students for the first time. Running time for the video is 6:32.

View Resource (IUCr) Teaching Pamphlets

The long term aim of the Commission on Crystallographic Teaching in establishing this pamphlet programme is to produce a large collection of short statements each dealing with a specific topic at a specific level. The emphasis is on a particular teaching approach and there may well, in time, be pamphlets giving alternative teaching approaches to the same topic. It is not the function of the...

View Resource The Buckyball Collection

This image gallery provides images of fullerene films. Each is accompanied by informative text that tells what the image shows, describes the physics and its possible applications, and the possible consequences of the research.

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