Smartphone spectroscopy: community of practice

Smartphone on a notepad with pencils

Thursday 22 April, 4–5pm, online

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Spectroscopy can be a difficult concept for students to grasp due to the “black box” nature of the many devices we use to teach the subject (such as colorimeters). Over the past year, education coordinator John O’Donoghue has given us a simple way to run a beer-lambert law experiment at home using everyday items. This Community of Practice (COP) session will give teachers an opportunity to share their feedback about how the resource worked for them with their students. 

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