Chemistry Resources - This page links chemistry units to annotated web sites. Teachers and students can access these resources when planning or implementing unit activities and research projects. Send comments, corrections, and annotated input for additional sites to email email@example.com.
WebElementsTM Periodic table (professional edition) - For chemistry and other students at universities and schools.
Links for Chemists / Virtual Library Chemistry Section - Links for Chemists is an index of chemistry resources on the web. This site is the copyright of The University of Liverpool, Department of Chemistry. We hope you will abide by our fair-use guidelines whilst using this index.
Rader's Chem4kids! - If you are looking for chemistry basics, stay on this site.
Chemistry Teaching Resources - This is an attempt to present a comprehensive list of chemistry teaching resources on the Internet. You are invited to submit pages for indexing, as well as to correct errors you may find in the links.
Chemistry Coach - The chemistry program at Wilton High School is, we believe, unique in its application of the following twenty-one principles. While you may access any of these subjects from the menu, below, it may be misleading to consider these topics out of sequence, since concepts in earlier sections lead to the justifications for methods used in later sections.
The Chemistry Place - Special Edition of chemistry place provide new and unique tutorials keyed to select Benjamin/Cummings chemistry titles.
Internet Chemistry Resources - The Internet Chemistry Resources list originated in 1992 as a supplementary resource that was designed by Joseph Warden at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute for the undergraduate course, Chemical Information. Since instruction in chemical information is no longer offered regularly at Rensselaer, the resources required for timely updates of this site cannot be justified. The site maintainer appreciates the patronage and the many awards and kind comments proffered by the users of this resource during the past six years.
CHEMISTRY FUNCTIONS - You can use this website to solve a number of chemistry related problems.
Global Instructional Chemistry - Over the coming years, these pages will be built up to include small "stories" or case histories illlustrating modern chemistry in action, liberally dosed with "hyperactive" molecules which you will be able to rotate, measure and generally play with. The content will include chemical problems suitable for tutorial and classes, a page where you can log-in to suitable on-line information databases, pages where you can acquire programs and other software, and any other good ideas that people come up with. We expect these pages will be used to augment and enhance local courses rather then to replace their teachers!
Environmental Chemistry: Periodic Table of Elements - This periodic table of elements provides comprehensive data on the chemical elements including scores of properties, element names in many languages and most known nuclides (Isotopes). Below the table there is a "Chemical Elements Sorted By" section with links that will sort chemical elements by various properties.
Creative Chemistry - Whether you are a teacher, doing chemistry at school, or are simply just interested in chemistry, Creative Chemistry has lots for you. There are full-colour worksheets and teaching notes for fun activities suitable for a chemistry club, and over two hundred pages of question sheets and practical guides for GCSE and A Level Chemistry.
Relevant (High School) Chemistry Resources on the Web
The Chemistry Hypermedia Project - On-line resources for students, educators, and scientists.
organic Chemistry Help - Learn organic chemistry through these interactive tutorials.
ThinkQuest: LIbrary: Chemistry - Everything a high school student needs to know about chemistry is at this site in a fun, imaginative, comprehensive presentation that catches the eye. Find a periodic table that looks and acts differently than any you've seen before. Research atoms, molecules, organic chemistry, equilibriums, acids and bases, nuclear reactions and more. This excellent site claims to be a virtual text book and that's not an empty promise. Even if you don't like chemistry, check out this site. Languages: English.