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Price Reduction on Gas Chromatograph

Simultaneous graphs of the normal force and friction force plus a graph of the calculated coefficient of kinetic friction

Introducing your students to gas chromatography has just become more affordable. We have lowered the price of the Vernier Mini GC Plus from $2289 to $1989, giving you a $300 per unit cost savings. And remember, it uses room air as the carrier gas, so no gas tanks are required!

For more information on this unique instrument, See Vernier Mini GC Plus

Organic Chemistry Products and Free Experiments

Download 16 free experiments for use with Vernier’s new organic chemistry data-collection technology.

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Use the SpectroVis Plus to Explore Fluorescence Spectroscopy

Fluorescent molecules are compounds that absorb light of one wavelength, then re-emit light at a longer wavelength. This emitted light can be quantified using fluorescence spectroscopy. Molecular and cellular biologists use fluorescent compounds to label proteins, gels, and even cellular organelles. In many ways, fluorescent compounds have revolutionized research in the life sciences.

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Using the Wide-Range Temperature Probe with MEL-TEMP®

If your school owns MEL-TEMP units, this is for you. Our Wide-Range Temperature Probe fits perfectly into the thermometer slot of a MEL-TEMP unit. This is a great option, especially if your school is no longer using mercury thermometers. The Wide-Range Temperature Probe can be used safely to 330°C, and its RTD (resistance temperature detection) technology ensures accuracy to ±0.1°C.

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Periodic Table Graphing

When we originally created the popular Periodic Table application in LabQuest, we realized that there was a gold mine of information in the database that could eventually be used to create periodic table plots, such as atomic radius vs. atomic number, first ionization energy vs. atomic number, etc. Most introductory chemistry courses introduce periodic trends by having students create these kinds of plots and look for recurring trends in many chemical and physical properties. You can do this in LabQuest App.

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SpectroVis Plus

Vernier has updated its popular spectrometer with improved features:

  • Improved range: 380-950 nm (VIS-NIR)
  • 1 nm between reported values
  • Improved optical resolution (~2.5 nm)
  • New support for fluorescence

Available March 2010

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SpectroVis Plus

Tris-Compatible Flat pH Sensor

This double-junction pH sensor is compatible with Tris buffers and solutions containing proteins. The flat shape is also useful for food and soil pH measurements.

Available February 2010

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Tris-Compatible Flat pH Sensor

Spectrum Tube Single Power Supply

With ultra-safe design, this spectrum tube power supply will provide a simple means of viewing gas discharge spectral lines with any of our spectrometers. Unlike other designs, this system has no exposed high voltage. The gas tubes are permanently enclosed in plastic carriers that protect the tubes from breakage. There are no through-the-glass electrodes, so the tubes last far longer than older designs. The Power Supply will energize one tube at a time, and includes storage space for an additional six tubes. All tubes sold separately.

Available February 2010

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Spectrum Tube Single Power Supply

Investigating Chemistry through Inquiry Lab Book

Investigating Chemistry with Inquiry is a new lab book which contains 25 inquiry-based chemistry investigations. Each experiment includes a preliminary activity, teacher information, sample researchable questions, and sample data for those researchable questions.

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Investigating Chemistry through Inquiry Lab Book

pH variation in Thionin: The Two-Faced Solution

Integrated-Science students Erin Smyers and Nicole Loughner from Homer-Center High School in Homer City, PA, worked with their science team leader, Mark Shopland, to investigate the pH changes in an oxidation-reduction reaction. The students chose to work with Thionin based on the demonstration “Thionin – The Two-Faced Solution” published by Flinn Scientific Inc. (Publication No. 0815.00).

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