Our integrated solution helps students collect accurate data, visualize trends and relationships, and explore different hypotheses for both conventional and innovative experiments.
That’s only the beginning of what’s possible. See the recommendations below to get started with organic chemistry.
LabQuest interfaces send sensor data to data-collection and analysis software. We recommend LabQuest 2 for its versatility as a standalone device and its ability to stream sensor data to computers and mobile devices. LabQuest Mini is a great choice for classrooms using computers.
Choose the Vernier interface that best meets your needs and budget.
|LabQuest 2||LabQuest Mini|
|Built-in Color Screen||Yes||No|
|Connectivity||Wi-Fi and USB||USB|
Windows and macOS Computers
Each lab book includes a searchable PDF of the entire book, word-processing files for student experiments, teacher information files including sample data and graphs, a complete materials and supplies list, and other supplemental resources.
The printed version includes everything in the electronic version, plus a printed copy of the book.
- Go Direct SpectroVis Plus vs. Vernier UV-VIS Spectrophotometer
The spectroscopy experiments in Organic Chemistry with Vernier are written for use with the SpectroVis Plus Spectrophotometer, but did you know the Vernier UV-VIS Spectrophotometer is also compatible? If your laboratory curriculum analyzes compounds in the visible region, SpectroVis Plus, with a range of 380 to 900 nm, is a great choice. The UV-VIS Spectrophotometer, with a range of 220 to 850 nm, offers the advantage of extending into the UV region. With the UV-VIS Spectrophotometer, you can include experiments that investigate compounds such as caffeine and other highly conjugated molecules. Once your students have examined the full absorbance spectrum, continue the experiment by creating a standard curve or studying chemical kinetics.
Chemistry Educational Technology Specialist
All prices shown are for U.S. educators.