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Kits

Kits are available to order through the Institute for Chemical Education.

LED color strip kit

LED Color Strip Kit

developed by Jonathan Breitzer, S. Michael Condren, George C.Lisensky, Karen J. Nordell, Cynthia G. Widstrand, and Arthur B. Ellis Institute for Chemical Education (ICE) Publication 02-001.

Exploring the Nanoworld kit

Exploring the Nanoworld Kit

developed by George C. Lisensky, Karen J. Nordel, S. Michael Condren, Diana Malone, and Arthur B. Ellis. Institute for Chemical Education (ICE) Publication 20-001.

Exploremos el Nanomundo kitExploremos el Nanomundo

creado por George C. Lisensky, Karen J. Nordel, S. Michael Condren, Diana Malone, y Arthur B. Ellis. Institute for Chemical Education (ICE) Publication 06-001.

Amorphous metal kitAmorphous Metal Kit

by Karen J. Nordell, N. D. Stanton, George C. Lisensky, and Arthur B. Ellis. Institute for Chemical Education (ICE) Publication 20-002.
This kit was available from 2000-2007 but the amorphous metal disks are no longer being manufactured.

Optical transform kit

Optical Transform Kit

by George C. Lisensky, Arthur B. Ellis, and Donald R. Neu. Institute for Chemical Education (ICE) Publication 90-002R.

DNA optical transform kit

DNA Optical Transform Kit

by George C. Lisensky, Amand A. Lucas, Karen J. Nordell, Anne-Marie L. Jackelen, S. Michael Condren, Russell H. Tobe, and Arthur B. Ellis. Edited by Kathleen M. Shanks. Institute for Chemical Education (ICE) Publication 99-001.

Polyhedral Model kitPolyhedral Model Kit

developed by George C. Lisensky, Amy C. Payne, Kenneth L. Gentry, Ann Comins, S. Michael Condren, Wendy C. Crone, and Arthur B. Ellis. Institute for Chemical Education (ICE) Publication 06-002.

Solid-state model kitSolid-State Model Kit

developed by Ludwig A. Mayer and George C. Lisensky. Institute for Chemical Education (ICE) Publication 92-004.