Introduction These assignments are designed to be capstone activities at the end of units on figures of merit (such as sensitivity and LOD), acid-base equilibria, separations, spectroscopy, mass spectrometry, and electrochemistry. Each assignment consists of an out-of-class reading assignment drawn from the primary literature accompanied by objective questions and a set of open-ended, in-class discussion questions.…
Activity Analyzing Literature ArticlesDownload This activity is designed to give students the ability to: Accurately and effectively navigate the scientific literature. Get information from a journal article. Jennifer Esbenshade, University of Tennessee Martin (email@example.com)
Students analyze a literature article on acid-base titrations using microfluidic paper-based analytical devices.
Students analyze an article on multiplexed detection and imaging of intracellular mRNAs using a four color nanoprobe.
Students will learn to: Describe the role electrode size can play in cyclic voltammetry. 2. Practice interpretation of cyclic voltammetry data analysis. 3. Use the literature to analyze how microelectrodes are used in bioanalytical applications.
Students analyze an article on microelectrode in vivo electrochemistry in this activity.
Students analyze an article on the development of a novel carbon paste sensor for determination of micromolar amounts of sulfaquinoxaline in pharmaceutical and biological samples.
Students examine an article on measuring internal azole and pyrethroid pesticide concentrations in Daphnia magna using QuEChERS and GC-ECD—method development with a focus on matrix effects
Students analyze an article that uses LC-MS for in vivo analysis of neurotransmitters.
Mass Spectrometry Analysis of a Literature ArticleDownload Students analyze an article on the use of mass spectrometry in plant-omics. Jill Venton, University of Virginia (firstname.lastname@example.org)