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“Pivot has been a tremendous resource for my physics students during this time of remote learning,” said Cerise Cauthron, science department chair at Georgetown Middle/High School in Georgetown, Massachusetts. “Students are really engaged as they design investigations and participate in...
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It can be challenging to teach hard-to-replicate chemistry concepts in the classroom. Some of these experiments take significant prep time, while others require materials that......
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It’s been about a decade since we released the Mini GC Gas Chromatograph and educators have loved it. However, with the original version, only polar......
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We’re “stoked” about the addition of fluorescence to the latest version of Spectral Analysis®. It allows students to see the Stokes shift between the absorption and emission spectra.

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Are you looking for professional development using Vernier technology? We offer free hands-on workshops across the country, online training opportunities, and options for personalized professional development. Each option allows you to immediately apply your new learned skills in the laboratory...

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It might be difficult for a student to see where absorbance spectroscopy and Beer’s law could be useful to a chemist. But, what if the technique is used to analyze poisoned wine from a crime scene? This definitely piqued the...

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A Safety Data Sheet (SDS) serves the same purpose as a Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS). They provide a formal and consistent format, in 16 sections, that are organized in a specific order to make them easy for people to...

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A much easier and more reliable method to measure the concentrations of specific ions is to use ion-selective electrodes (ISE). Vernier offers these five options: ammonium, calcium, chloride, nitrate, and potassium. By adhering to a few best practices, students can...

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Fluorescence spectroscopy is a very sensitive and delicate technique. It often requires a few attempts before getting great data. In our chemistry department, we have come across a few common problems and would like to share some solutions that fix...

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Are you presenting a poster or a talk at an upcoming conference? Plan your schedule to include a visit to the Vernier booth at these upcoming conferences. One of our knowledgeable chemistry staff scientists will be available to introduce new...

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