From chemical images to the periodic table, there are many
websites that offer unique perspectives on chemistry.
From the University of California, Berkeley comes this Chemistry
intro course webpage. There is a virtual lab with instruction,
appendices with basic information for non-chemistry students,
conversion tips and statistical analysis how-tos. Additional
link resources are also included.
Brand new in the field of chemistry
web publishing is this site from ChemWeb.
Papers are voluntarily submitted by authors in the field and
available as .pdf files. This permanent archive is available
for free but registration is required.
If chemistry homework is getting you down and you need answers
NOW, check out General
Chemistry Online. This site contains a searchable glossary
of 900 compunds, tutorials, a toolbox, FAQ's to common chemistry
questions and a great resource page to additional websites if
you need more information. All links on this site are checked
monthly so users can be assured of few deadlinks.
From the Arizona State Libraries, Science
Reference Room is an index to selected resources in chemical,
physical, thermodynamic, mechanical, toxicological, and safety
data. This is a huge searchable resource currently under construction!