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Our new is an all-in-one sound sensor capable of capturing waveforms and measuring sound levels. Like many of our other Go Direct sensors, it packs......
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Students taking environmental chemistry will learn basic techniques for chemical analysis of environmental samples, including air, water and soil. Many of these experiments may take place in the field requiring rugged and portable equipment, like our Go Direct® sensors.

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In an effort to help you and your students better understand spectrometer absorbance readings, we are answering a few commonly asked questions about absorbance units, obtaining accurate readings, and the importance of using quartz cuvettes.

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Create a bond with fellow chemists at your local ACS meetings—network, share knowledge, advance your career, and discover new technologies.

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The realities behind calibrating a Vernier Drop Counter—tips on how to save time between uses. Bonus—get a free centering widget for your Drop Counter.

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Collect sound data wirelessly with the snap of your fingers. With sound-triggered data collection, Go Direct® Sound provides students with an easy way to capture......
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In education, a common application for an ORP sensor is a potentiometric titration. Similar to an acid-base titration, a titrant is added to a sample incrementally until all the sample has reacted and the end-point is reached. Students can apply...

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Version 4.4 of Graphical Analysis for ChromeOS™, macOS™, Windows®, and Android™ is now available. The Chrome version is in the Chrome Web Store, the computer......
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NSTA Recommends recently featured the in the article, “The Vernier Go Direct Motion Detector: A Modern Twist on a Timeless Design,” Reviewer Martin Horejsi provides......
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To inspire students to learn about renewable energy and hone their engineering skills, Vernier supported the 2018 KidWind Challenge, hosted by the KidWind Project. The......
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