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Labs, simulations, and discussions are developed by a group of dedicated educators.

Remote Labs and Simulations

Navigating the new landscape in Analytical Chem Labs

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The content in this website is developed to help educators find and use labs and simulations for remote learning,  coursework, or homework.

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Remote Labs is sponsored by the Analytical Division of ACS

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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.

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Labs, simulations, and discussions are developed by a group of dedicated educators. Content is categorized in three broad areas:


Find a lab to use in your courses or as a homework.

At Home Experiments

Virtual Experiments and Simulations

Skill Building Exercises

Students Will Learn About Chemistry Using Easy to Find Materials

Growing Up Crystals
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…
Exploring acid-base properties of household chemicals using a universal indicator
Overview Adapted from Scientific American and Connections Education In this colorful experiment, students extract red cabbage indicator (an anthocyanin) with isopropyl alcohol or water. Students then create a…
Screenshot of ProEXGC simulation
Gas Chromatography Lab with ProEZGC
A simulation of gas chromatography analyses using a free web based simulation tool.

Meet the Remote Labs Team

Editor'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 out for a bike ride

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.

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