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microLAB provides innovative, affordable, computer-based instruments, software, and curriculum that build solid understanding of chemical principles and engage students in inquiry and research.  Check out our new interactive web catalog, or request a copy of our printed catalog.

More than just a catalog

This is not your usual catalog.  It is an illustrated story of how microLAB can help your students -and ours- experience, visualize and understand important chemistry concepts.  It is organized around 8 key general chemistry concepts:

  • Graphing of Laboratory Measurements
  • Acid-Base Titrations
  • Absorption Spectrophotometry/Beer's Law
  • Gas Laws
  • Calorimetry
  • Oxidation-Reduction Titrations
  • Atomic Emissions Spectroscopy
  • Compleximetric Titrations

Identified by a national survey of 85 U.S. Universities conducted by University of Arizona Professor Dr. Steven Brown. microLAB equipment and software are able to facilitate 8 of these 12 topics.

This catalog reflects microLAB's roots in Chemical Education. You can easily integrate microLAB into your existing lab curriculum. Both proof-of- concept and inquiry experiments can be carried through to their conclusion in a 2-3 hour lab period. microLAB can make lab a place where students learn, not just a place to collect data.

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MicroLab takes great pride in offering our clients the best possible customer service and technical support. The development staff at MicroLab are all active university scientists/educators and stand ready to help you. If you need assistance or specifications, help with an idea or have an idea, please do not hesitate to give us a call, email us, or fill out the form below. If you would like to preview our products first-hand, check out our homepage for upcoming conferences.

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