All Spectroscopy articles – Page 4

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    Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy

    2015-04-30T15:15:59Z

    This book teaches about modern chemical techniques without heavy emphasis on maths or physics. It includes descriptions of instruments and their applications.

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    Mass spectrometry

    2015-04-30T15:12:09Z

    This book teaches about modern chemical techniques without heavy emphasis on maths or physics. It includes descriptions of instruments and their applications.

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    Infrared spectroscopy

    2015-04-30T15:11:42Z

    This book teaches about modern chemical techniques without heavy emphasis on maths or physics. It includes descriptions of instruments and their applications.

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    Following a synthetic route

    2015-04-30T15:11:08Z

    This book teaches about modern chemical techniques without heavy emphasis on maths or physics. It includes descriptions of instruments and their applications.

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    Modern Chemical Techniques book

    2015-04-02T17:22:54Z

    This book teaches about modern chemical techniques without heavy emphasis on maths or physics. It includes descriptions of instruments and their applications. All of the chapters are available for free via Learn Chemistry.Follow the links below to buy a copy from our online shop for £19.95. If you're a member ...

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    ReAct podcasts

    Experienced teachers talk about some of the trickiest topics in 16+ chemistry courses and how to overcome them.  

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    Super-dipoles create chloroform’s super powers

    2015-03-09T00:00:00Z

    Polar stacks facilitate dissolution by polarising

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    Ri Christmas Lectures® 2012: Group 1 Flame Tests

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    A teaching resource on the group 1 flame tests, supported by video clips based around the Royal Institution 2012 Christmas Lectures® Video: Group 1 flame tests Video: Lithium flame test Video: Sodium Flame Test Video: Potassium ...

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    Super-res light microscopy wins Nobel

    2014-11-20T00:00:00Z

    Studying molecular processes in real time

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    The art detectives

    2014-11-20T00:00:00Z

    Emma Stoye finds out how spectroscopic techniques allow scientists to look over the shoulders of old masters

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    The monks’ tales

    2014-09-01T15:52:00Z

    Kathryn Roberts looks at how modern spectroscopy lets us discover the secrets of 1500-year-old manuscripts without leaving the library

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    Trade secrets... Explosive detection

    2014-09-01T13:57:00Z

    Secrets of the trade: Jonathan Hare explores an alternative approach for detecting bombs called nuclear quadrupole resonance

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    Spectroscopy in a Suitcase: UV-Vis teacher resources

    UV-visible spectroscopy is a technique that readily allows one to determine the concentrations of substances and therefore enables scientists to study the rates of reactions, and determine rate equations for reactions, from which a mechanism can be proposed. As such UV spectroscopy is used extensively in teaching, research and analytical ...

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    Spectroscopy in a Suitcase: IR teacher resources

    One of the first scientists to observe infrared radiation was William Herschel in the early 19th century. He noticed that when he attempted to record the temperature of each colour in visible light, the area just beyond red light gave a marked increase in temperature compared to the visible colours. ...

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    Spectroscopy in a Suitcase: UV-Vis student resources

    UV-visible spectroscopy is a technique that readily allows one to determine the concentrations of substances and therefore enables scientists to study the rates of reactions, and determine rate equations for reactions, from which a mechanism can be proposed. As such UV spectroscopy is used extensively in teaching, research and analytical ...

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    Spectroscopy in a Suitcase students' resource: spectroscopy introduction

    Spectroscopy is the study of the way light (electromagnetic radiation) and matter interact. There are a number of different types of spectroscopic techniques and the basic principle shared by all is to shine a beam of a particular electromagnetic radiation on to a sample and observe how it responds to ...

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    NBC Learn: Chemistry Now

    This resource includes both videos and worksheets. The website makes links to everyday contexts in which chemistry is important. This material would provide enrichment to lessons using contemporary chemical examples.

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    Public Lab - a DIY environmental public science community

    2014-07-03T13:25:00Z

    Public Lab is a DIY environmental public science community. You can purchase inexpensive kit - such as a build your own spectrometer. 

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    Schools’ Analyst past papers 2014

    Measure the acidity level of sprite, determine the weight of vitamin C in a tablet or test the copper content of water with these previous Schools’ Analyst competition challenges.

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    Faces of Chemistry – National Gallery

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    These videos look at how chemical techniques have helped solve the mystery of the Portrait of Alexander Mornauer.