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Essential Web Based Resources in Chemistry

This is our collection of websites in the field of chemistry that we have identified as having content and relevance to the college or university student studying the subject of chemistry, These sites are not lists of links. Instead they contain data, tutorials and background information that will serve to assist the understanding of the subject as well as providing ideas for research projects and papers.  For our collection of general academic resources which may contain chemistry related materials as well as those from other subjects click here.

3D Molecules
Browse through a large collection of 3D chemical structures. The molecules are separated in five different categories, natural, inorganics, pharmaceuticals, biomolecules and various molecules.

ChemCases.com shows how the chemistry of food relieves our hunger, the chemistry of water and Gatorade and soft drinks and beer and wine takes the edge off our thirst. It shows how our drugs and medications work by chemical reactions; it is the chemistry of fuels that powers what we drive and fly; it is chemistry that gives electricity from nuclear and more traditional power sources; chemical synthesis provides our plastics. And it is the complexities of chemistry that converts useful materials into pollutants, makes some users of alcohol into abusers and addicts some of us to innocent looking but destructive white powders.

The Chemical Heritage Foundation
The Chemical Heritage Foundation serves the community of the chemical and molecular sciences, and the wider public, by treasuring the past, educating the present, and inspiring the future.This site offers many tools for the researcher, the student, and those who want to explore and discover how the chemical and molecular sciences have changed the world in which we live.

Chemistry Guide
Chemistry Guide is a comprehensive collection of annotated links for chemists and researchers involved in organic, biochemical, computational, medicinal and/or other chemistry research.

ChemWeb.com was launched in April 1997. It is now the largest online chemical community in the world. ChemWeb.com is a unique resource which combines a huge range of information for those in research chemistry, the chemicals industries and related disciplines. Membership is completely free.
ChemWeb.com members can access over 350 journals and 15 databases from a variety of publishers. A number of databases offer structure-based searching and manipulation of molecular structures.

General Chemistry Online
General Chemistry Online is the jumping off point, or review landing pad, for all things chemistry-related. Whether you're a student of the chemical sciences looking for Avogadro's number, a chem novice looking to be convinced of the importance of studying the elements, or just wondering what the heck hair spray is made of, you've come to the right place. General Chemistry Online covers the basics and beyond, including a huge FAQ section on all things chemical, an exam survival guide and a library of common compounds. Be sure to visit the "Toolbox" to download the JavaScript pop-up periodic table.

The Orbitron
A gallery of atomic orbitals and molecular orbitals on the WWW

  • Images representing atomic orbitals and molecular orbitals
  • Animated plots of wave functions
  • Animated plots of electron density
  • "Dot-density" plots of electron density
  • Plots of radial distribution functions

Organic Chemistry Portal
The Organic Chemistry Portal offers an overview of recent topics, interesting reactions, and information on the most important chemicals.

Organic Chemistry Practice Problems
Organic Chemistry Practice Problems from Michigan State University are sorted by generally useful, useful for students in year long courses and useful for chem majors and/or honors students.

Periodic Table
Very good flash based periodic table and also here. Chemical data for individual elements can be obtained by following the data link from the web page belonging to that element.

Reciprocal Net
The Reciprocal Net project will construct and deploy a distributed, open, extensible digital collection of molecular structures. Associated with the collection will be software tools for visualizing, interacting with, and rendering printable images of the contents; software for the automated conversion of local database representations into standard formats which can be globally shared; tools and components for constructing educational modules based on the collection; and examples of such modules as the beginning of a public repository for educational materials based on the collection. The contents of this collection will come principally from structures contributed by participating crystallography laboratories, thus providing a means for teachers, students, and the general public to connect better with current chemistry research.

Sciencebase.com is the place to be for reactive science communication on the web, and it's free. Sciencebase.com is a portal to science news and feature articles in biology, chemistry, physics and other areas of scientific discovery researched and written by chemist David Bradley for numerous publications. Many other science news sites simply serve up untouched press releases, sciencebase delves deeper and doesn't ignore the significant figures!

Sheffield ChemPuter
University of Sheffield's ChemPuter, a set of simple interactive calculators for chemistry on the World-Wide Web. The Sheffield ChemPuter is a demonstration of WebStar/AppleEvents/SuperCard for the Macintosh.

The Wooden Periodic Table
The Wooden Periodic Table is a real wooden table and a starting point for the collecting and describing of the elements. This is a fun site to visit and a surprisingly informative look at the elements. The photo album puts a "face" on the elements.



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