Bring your chemistry curriculum to life. Prepare the next generation of scientists with hands-on access to real-world instrumentation. Teaching and practical training of spectroscopic techniques like FTIR, NMR, and UV-Vis, or elemental and structural analysis of materials are an important part of many chemistry curriculums.
Whether you are teaching introductory chemistry, organic chemistry, or advanced instrumentation courses, our spectrometers offer ease-of-use, reliable operation, and connected solutions for the modern classroom.
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Find instruments and resources for Beer’s Law, kinetics, scanning, quantum spin, colorimetric analysis, elemental and structural analysis, and more.
Find instruments and resources for Beer’s Law, kinetics, reaction monitoring, hydrogen bonding, structural identification and more.
Find an instrument and resources for viscosity measurements and complex rheological investigations.
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|Spectroscopic technique||Electromagnetic wavelength region||What principles can you teach students?||Course titles||Lesson plans (examples)|
|UV||Analyte purity and concentration|
|FTIR||Infrared||Analyte functional groups and bond types|
|NMR||Radio||Molecular structure, diastereomers, reaction kinetics, concentration, purity, and more.|
Visually inspire your future scientists. Equip your classroom with the new, complimentary Spectroscopy Techniques Poster. Explore the electrometric spectrum, instructional diagrams and spectroscopy techniques with your students.
Compact. Capable. Connected.
Educate your students on how to identify and quantify unknown materials and verify newly synthesized chemicals. The new Thermo Scientific Nicolet Summit FTIR Spectrometer delivers an intuitive, touchscreen interface to generate fast, accurate data, while allowing students to analyze results away from the lab using cloud-based spectroscopy.