MicroLab is continually looking to advance chemical education through development and publication of innovative experiments.
A few sample articles describing use of MicroLab equipment are listed below.
If you are interested in collaborating with members of the MicroLab team to help develop and publish your idea or your students work, or if you would like to participate in a current project, complete and submit the form below. We will contact you soon.
We have a group currently developing experiments for "Atoms First" general chemistry courses.
Experiments to Illustrate the Chemistry and Bouncing Ability of Fresh and Spent Zinc-Manganese Oxide Alkaline Batteries. Johnathon M. Hall, John R. Amend, and Thomas S. Kuntzleman. Journal of Chemical Education, 2016, Volume 93,, pp 676-680.
Simple and Automated Coulometric Titration of Acid Using Non-isolated Electrodes. Thomas S. Kuntzleman, Joshua B. Kenney, Scott Hasbrouck, Michael J. Collins, and John R. Amend, Journal of Chemical Education, 2011, Volume 88, pp 1565-1568.
Affordable Cyclic Voltammetry. John R. Amend, Greg Stewart, Thomas Kuntzleman, and Michael J. Collins. Journal of Chemical Education. 2009, Volume 86, pp 1080-1081.