Updated: 30 sept 2004
- The quintessential helper- don't do your homework without it!
- A really comprehensive tutorial on chemical bonding- the content
- From the American Chemical Society, hosted by the AMA, this
website offers many resources for the science professional and/or
educator. Registration is free for creating a "My Chemistry.org"
page where you can customize your preferences and subscribe to
an online newsletter.
- ChemFinder is an Internet-based chemical search engine. The
interface allows the user to input a chemical name, CAS number,
molecular weight, or molecular formula and find Web sites that
reference that chemical. The site is general in nature.
- Indexing more that 8700 chemistry resources on the web, this
site is enormous and a wealth of information for researchers and
professionals. If only the frames would go away...
- ChemSpy offers some great tutorials for high school to college
level chemistry students. The site is a great portal to a ton
of chemistry resources.
- Providing information to over 70,000 chemicals and how they
are represented in the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regulations
and data systems this database can be searched by name, chemical
abstracts service (CAS) number, or keyword/identifier.
of the Elements
presentation of the periodic chart. Images are a bit slow to load.
of comic books
- Clicking on periodic table elements brings up a page of comic
book issues that involve that particular element. Its way cool
and you can learn about elements too!
- Yikes, this site is HUGE. Abstracts, indexes, journals, patents,
dissertations...check it out!
- This is an easy site to use and really works when you need
help balancing a chemical equation!
More interesting sites you might want to try.
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