LabVIEW for

Analytical Chemistry

 

This site is included in the Analytical Sciences Digital Library

 
 
 

This site offers tested resources for the incorporation of National Instruments' LabVIEW into courses in analytical chemistry.  Instructors and students are free to use anything of interest. Comments, suggestions, additions, and corrections are welcome and should be sent directly to Dr. Mark Jensen, Professor of Chemistry at Concordia College.


LabVIEW Links...

What is LabVIEW? LabVIEW and Vernier
National Instruments' LabVIEW page LabVIEW on Wikipedia
LabVIEW Student Edition (textbook) Try LabVIEW

Downloadable Classroom Simulations

Each simulation is designed to illustrate a particular topic relevant to analytical chemistry. Simulations can be freely downloaded as either LabVIEW VI's or stand-alone executables that require only the free LabVIEW 2010 SP1 runtime engine.

LabVIEW Tutorial

This is a series of nine assignments designed to lead students through the basics of LabVIEW programming.  Each assignment consists of a programming exercise along with related sections in the textbook.

Scanning Electrochemical Microscopy

This VI for SECM reseachers allows the user to perform simulations and analysis of SECM approach curves.

Back to...

Mark Jensen's homepage Concordia Chemistry Dept
Concordia College  

 

This page was last updated on April 19, 2013 .