Labs, simulations, and discussions are developed by a group of dedicated educators. Remote Labs and SimulationsNavigating the new landscape in Analytical Chem LabsExplore the lab! Here’s what you’ll find inside the lab: The content in this website is developed to help educators find and use labs and simulations for remote learning, coursework, or homework. Analytical Chemistry Labs – with documentation and handouts including: quantitative analysis, spectroscopy, instrumental analysis, and statistics Labs and simulations for General Chemistry and High School Skill building exercises Private Facebook group – Strategies for teaching chemistry online this active group hosts great resources for teaching: high school chemistry general chemistry analytical chemistry Remote Labs is sponsored by the Analytical Division of ACS Contribute and Collaborate!If you have material or experiences to share please get in touch so that we can broaden our content and help one another with the challenges of teaching our courses. Check out what a handful of contributors have already put together. Contact Us! ASDL REMOTE LABS AND SIMULATIONS Labs, simulations, and discussions are developed by a group of dedicated educators. Content is categorized in three broad areas: At Home Hands-on Experiments Virtual Experiments and Simulations Skill-Building Exercises Find a lab to use in your courses or as a homework.At Home ExperimentsVirtual Experiments and SimulationsSkill Building ExercisesStudents Will Learn About Chemistry Using Easy to Find Materials UV-Visible & Fluorescence Spectroscopy Simulations Posted on September 20, 2020 5348Views The material is designed for the undergraduate instrumental analytical chemistry course level. The activities have been provided in both Spanish and English versions below.Load more Qualitative analysis of household powders Posted on August 10, 2020 3737Views Students investigate 8 household white powders and classify them based on their physical and chemical properties. Using their findings, students then identify an unknown powder obtained from a…Load more Growing Up Crystals Posted on August 3, 2020 1037Views Adapted From Multiple Sources. Compiled Natalie Ulrich, (PhD) Many covalent and ionic compounds are solids at room temperature. Solids may exist as crystalline solids—that is, ordered arrays of…Load more Load more Meet the Remote Labs TeamEditor's Favorites: Erin Gross – Creighton University Recently I have been working on ASDL remote labs. These two tutorials on spreadsheets, equations, graphs and trendlines are useful for students’ understanding of scatter plots,equations, and formatting. Chris Harrison – San Diego State University Gravimetric Acid Base Titration is a great example of my passion for developing new approaches to teaching analytical chemistry.