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  • Can you analyze me now? Cell phones bring spectroscopy to the classroom

    University of Illinois chemistry professor Alexander Scheeline developed a cell-phone spectrometer for high school chemistry classes. He wrote free software that analyzes JPEG images taken by students' cellular phones.

    University of Illinois chemistry professor Alexander Scheeline developed a cell-phone spectrometer for high school chemistry classes. He wrote free software that analyzes JPEG images taken by students' cellular phones.

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  • Editor's note: To contact Alexander Scheeline, call 217-333-2999; e-mail scheelin@illinois.edu.