Introduction
A series of collaborative learning activities and accompanying text that develop fundamental aspects of electrochemistry and electrochemical methods of analysis. These activities are intended to be done in class by students working in groups, but can be modified for use as out-of-class exercises. Learning objectives and an instructor’s manual are provided as well. The instructor’s…

In this activity, students explore methods such as anodic stripping, linear sweep and cyclic voltammetry. There is also an associated text that explains the answers to the questions in the worksheets.

Students explore basic concepts of electrochemistry include electrochemical potential, the Nernst equation and electrochemical cells. There is also an accompanying text that explains all the concepts covered in the worksheet.

In this activity, students explore basic concepts of electrochemical cells.

Students explore basic concepts of electrochemistry include electrochemical potential, the Nernst equation and electrochemical cells.

Basic electrochemical concepts including electrochemical cells are covered in this activity.

Students explore basic concepts of electrochemistry including electrochemical cells and redox titrations.

Students will learn to:
Recall basic concepts about redox chemistry
Identifying oxidation and reduction
Identify the oxidizing and reducing agent in a redox reaction
Interpret the relative magnitudes of standard reduction potentials…

Introduction
This Shiny app simulates cyclic voltammetry experiments using the computational method outlined in Gosser, D. K. Cyclic Voltammetry Simulation and Analysis of Reaction Mechanisms, VCH, New York, 1993 and in Brown, J. H., J. Chem. Educ., 2015, 92, 1490-1496. Additional details are included on the app’s Computational Details tab. Available Mechanisms
E: An oxidation or a reduction reaction that…

Toxic trace metals are possible culprits for the ongoing deaths of large numbers of lesser flamingos at Lake Nakuru, Kenya. In this section we explore the possible role of heavy metals in these deaths and examine instrumental methods utilized to evaluate levels of copper, zinc, lead and chromium present in Lake Nakuru sediment and suspended solid…