Welcome to Simulators for the Web!
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Simulators for the web (Sim4Web) is a web based browser environment, hosted “in the cloud” that allows users to perform experiments using virtual apparatus and UV-Vis absorption spectrometer simulators. Sim4Web is held in a secure location that requires a user to register and log onto the web site.
Sim4Web: A New Concept in Education!
Use an absorption spectrometer simulator through your web browser and enter a virtual
laboratory with chemicals, a wet bench and carefully designed undergraduate experiments
for chemistry, physics, biology, general science, forensic science and pharmacy students!
Our teaching packs contain a UV-Vis absorption spectrometer simulator, flasks, chemicals, solvents, pipettes, glassware and experimental procedures, in fact all you need to perform a wide range of experiments- and you don’t even need to leave your computer screen!
We cover a variety of topics: Everything from studying the kinetics of the crystal violet/sodium hydroxide reaction to determining the level of aspirin in a blood sample- we have it all! Take a look at our product page.
Just register to access the secure web site and off you go!- No need to download
software just pay per laboratory session. Register here.
Pay per laboratory session. We also offer very attractive discounts for multiple session purchases. Contact us for more information.
Find out more about purchasing laboratory sessions here.
It’s on us! Collect your free experimental virtual lab session when you register at our secure site. Register here
Not ready to register yet? Check out our Demo Site! Login here and simply use email@example.com and password: “demoonly”.
The Virtual Flask
Users can weigh out material and fill to the graduated mark with virtual solvent. Perform dilutions of your stock solution using a variety of pippettes and volumetric flasks.
Then study your virtual solutions using the UV-Vis absorption spectrometer simulator.
The UV-Vis Absorption Spectrometer Simulator
Our UV-Vis absorption spectrometer simulator allows users to set up the wavelength range control the scan speed, set the mode of operation (absorbance or transmittance) or operate at a single wavelength –it’s just like using the real thing!
Any questions? Contact our experts who will be happy to help.
Have you tried the Virtual Flask Challenge?! Click here to find out more.