as you can see, I have a lot of work to do here...

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The Chemistry Hypermedia Project

The Chemistry Hypermedia Project by Brian Tissue at Virginia Tech

Online resources for students, educators, and scientists in analytical chemistry [including spectroscopy], general chem, and more. Right on, Hokies!

Analytical Instruments and Spectroscopic Concepts by Thomas G. Chasteen at Sam Houston State University, Huntsville, TX

hydride generation atomic absorption spectroscopy,  gas chromatographic detectors, Shockwave flash,  Quicktime movies,  GIF animations, polar stratospheric clouds, atomic emission detector, pulsed flame photometric detector, GC/MS, monochromator, Rutherford, copper amine complex, chemiluminescence, PMT, photomultiplier, ECD, electron capture detector...


"The Tools of the Second Chemical Revolution: Instrumental History and Design" by Christopher J. Brubaker and David L. Powell at The College of Wooster, OH

A senior independent study project, this site provides an excellent introduction  to the history, instrumentation, and basic theory of IR, UV/VIS, and NMR spectroscopy  as well as pH measurement.

Chemistry-Based QuickTime, Shockwave Flash, 
GIF Animations, and Streaming Audio by Thomas G. Chasteen at Sam Houston State University, Huntsville, TX

an extensive collection of animations, many of which have .PDF and/or HTML augmentations available. Primarily oriented towards analytical chem, but there is lots of good stuff here.

Analytical Chemistry by James Hardy at the University of Akron

PowerPoint presentations on a wide variety of analytical topics.

Oxygen Electrode tech update from Sable Systems, Inc.

Very useful and informative -- I wish I had had access to this info when I was a grad student struggling with that oxygraph!

Michael Korney's Analytical Page at Northern Alberta Institute of Technology

very spectroscopy-oriented from John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.

electrophoresis, GC, HPLC, and other techniques
modelled on their highly-successful spectroscopyNOW site from John Wiley and Sons, Inc.,8194,0-1-0-0-0-news_and_features-0-0,00.html

Brand new!  Wiley calls this the  'most comprehensive online spectrocopy resource'   It now has sections for atomic, chemometrics, IR, MS, NMR, Raman,  UV, and X-ray spectroscopy.  Has news, feature articles, library/bookshop, jobs, conference info, and more ..... 

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Updated  1 / 15 / 03