On line resources

We are in the process to create video clips that explain different concepts typically taught in the class room during a ‘standard’ introductory undergraduate course in aquatic chemistry using laboratory experiments (practical and computational) and spreadsheet exercises.

These are posted on the web as they come available using our You Tube channel as we advance and will form an integral part of the book which we are writing. 

See for example 

  1. Introduction to Langmuir and Freundlich Isotherms – by Jay Bullen, former PhD student in my group
  2. Introduction to the Arsenic Geochemistry – by 3rd year undergraduate student Jordan Weddepohl
  3. The kinetics of iron oxidation – by myself, recorded in Princeton during the pandemic

We aim to introduce these clips into the book we write and its online version.