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Abbreviations of Chemical Compounds
http://www.chemie.fu-berlin.de/cgi-bin/abbscomp/molform
A searchable index of chemical compound abbreviations. Results include an expansion of the abbreviation plus complete molecular formula of the chemical compound.
 

Amino Acids
http://www.chemie.fu-berlin.de/chemistry/bio/amino-acids.html
Very simple but powerful source includes abbreviation, linear structure formula and 3D molecular model of amino acids with basic information.
 

ATSDR ToxFAQs: Hazardous Substance Fact Sheets
http://atsdr1.atsdr.cdc.gov:8080/toxfaq.html
A searchable database of summaries about hazardous substances and the most frequently asked questions
about the effects of these substances put together by the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry.
These summaries include basic lay-person information about specific chemicals such as pronunciation and
where they can be found in the environment, a picture of the chemical (molecular), general properties and
scientific names, information about exposure to the chemical and its consequences, health information, and environmental hazards associated with the chemical. References as well as additional information telephone
numbers are also provided.
 

ChemCompass
http://www.chemcompass.com/
The database for the chemical industry. Search in over 20,000 products, 2,000 companies, brands, EINECS or CAS numbers and more.
 

ChemFinder Database Searching
http://www.chemfinder.com/
Chemfinder contains 3500 compounds that are searchable by name, chemical forumla and substructure.
 

Chemical Comics
http://www.uky.edu/~holler/periodic/periodic.html
Two members of the Department of Chemistry at the University of Kentucky, Jim Holler and Jack Selegue,
have set forth to make known any and all references to the elements that can be found in comic books.
Simply click on the desired element in the periodic chart and be whisked to another page to view scans
of the actual comic book pages containing the reference. With each element they explain the history, its
physical properties, and key data. This is an interesting resource to introduce chemistry for someone who
loves comic books.

Chem 4 Kids
http://www.chem4kids.com/index.html
Atoms, elements, matter, reactions and on-line quizzes.  Also has quizzes for Biology, Geography.



Chemical Production Figures for the USA
http://wwwchem.uwimona.edu.jm:1104/lectures/top50.html
Chemical production figures for the USA, showing the usage statistics for the top 50 industrial chemicals.

The Chemical Scorecard: About the Chemicals
http://www.scorecard.org/chemical-profiles/
Scorecard provides detailed information on more than 5,000 chemicals, including all the chemicals used in large amounts in the United States and all the chemicals regulated under major environmental laws. You can search for information by typing in the chemical's name (or any common synonym) or the chemical's standard identification number (Chemical Abstracts Service or CAS registry number)

Chemicals in the Environment OPPT Chemical Fact Sheets
http://www.epa.gov/chemfact/
A collection of indexed factsheets provided by the OPPT on toxic chemicals. For each chemical listed, there is a document with frequently asked questions about the chemical and a summary document about the chemical, itself. These summaries include specific chemical information such as the CAS registry number, properties (boiling point, melting point, density, etc. and references), common name synonyms, production and manufacturing information, use, trends, environmental fate, health effects, environmental effects, EPA and other group activity in regards to
the particular chemical, and finally fully cited references for preparation of the summaries.

 

Chemicool Periodic Table
http://wild-turkey.mit.edu/Chemicool/
Whether you're preparing mercury fulminate or enriching Pu-239, you'll find the Chemicool Periodic Table
a handier reference than that musty old handbook on the shelf. There's a colorful image map and all the
things you'd expect from such a reference, such as atomic number and weight, density, and transition
states. But, wait. There's more. You also get energy levels, electron configurations, physical properties,
standard reactions, radius, thermal and electrical conductivity, relative abundance, and estimated cost.
Dump your old links; impress your colleagues with Chemicool.

Chemistry Glossary
http://hexane.chem.uiuc.edu/cyberprof/public/chemistry/102x/Glossary/glossary.html
Definitions for chemistry terms

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Chemistry Index / Chemie-Index
http://www.chemie.fu-berlin.de/chemistry/index.html
A collection of links to a wide variety of searchable databases. These in include indexes of chemical names, fundamental physical constants, SI units, and convesion factors. A link to an amino acid database supplies information on symbols, molecular weight, CAS registry numbers, and a diagram of the molecular structure.
Another database can be searched for abbreviations of chemical compounds.

Chemistry - Links for Chemists
http://www.liv.ac.uk/Chemistry/Links/links.html
This site is a searchable index of more than 7350 Chemistry resources on the WWW. It has a United Kingdom focus, but it includes links useful to chemists from all over, for it features a collaborative effort to index
international University Chemistry Department websites. It also has a selection of magazines and
newspapers to flick through as well as a Chemical Art Gallery.

ChemistryWeb
http://www.ssc.ntu.edu.sg:8000/chemweb/htmlj/
A searchable gateway to Internet resources in chemistry and chemical education. Links are annotated.
A consistent and easy-to-use user interface. A good starting point for beginners. Browsable by type of
resource and searchable. Available in JavaScript and non-JavaScript versions.

 

Dictionary of Biotechnology Terms
http://biotech.chem.indiana.edu/pages/dictionary.html
Keyword-searchable dictionary of biology, chemistry, and biotechnology terms. Contains over 700 entries.

EC Enzyme
http://www.gdb.org/Dan/proteins/ec-enzyme.html
This site contains a tool for searching the EC Enzyme database. Features include hot links within entries
and an online user's manual.

Electrochemical Science and Technology Information Resource (ESTIR)
http://electrochem.cwru.edu/estir/
This site provides links to electrochemistry sources including associations, publications, and educational
programs. It also provides a great deal of scientific information about electrochemical topics, especially the chemistry of batteries and fuel cells.

The EXtension TOXicology NETwork (EXTOXNET)
http://ace.ace.orst.edu/info/extoxnet/
Provides pesticide information profiles, toxicology information briefs, news about toxicology issues,
and resources for toxicology information. It is searchable by keyword or partial word.

 

Funlology - Experiments - Biology, Chemistry, Physics, and Weather
http://www.funology.com/laboratory/index.cfm
If you like to perform science experiments, we have a ton of them that will keep you busy.
 

Gaussian Basis Set Order Form
http://www.emsl.pnl.gov:2080/forms/basisform.html
Allows you to extract Gaussian basis sets, and any related effective core potentials, from the Molecular Science Research Center's Basis Set Library. A user may request the basis set be formatted appropriately for a wide
variety of popular electronic structure packages. In addition to the exponents and contraction coefficient which define the basis set, the user can obtain descriptive data which includes the overall philosophy behind the basis, literature citations, the angular momentum composition of the basis and many other pieces of information.

General Chemistry Online!
http://antoine.frostburg.edu/chem/senese/101/

An extremely helpful and well-reviewed site containing: Companion Notes (Hyperlinked notes and guides
for first semester general chemistry), Chemistry Exam Survival Guide (Skills checklists and online self-grading examinations), an index of self-guided tutorials, quizzes, and drills on specific topics, FAQ (Answers to over 300 frequently asked questions), a searchable, crosslinked collection of over 700 chemical terms; now with audio pronunciations, and much more.

Hazardous Chemical Database
http://ull.chemistry.uakron.edu/erd/
Searchable database of over 1300 hazardous chemicals. Includes names, synonyms, formula, physical data,
NFPA ratings, DOT guides and registry numbers.

Information Retrieval in Chemistry
http://macedonia.nrcps.ariadne-t.gr/
This ChemInformatics host aims at bringing colleagues closer to information offered across the Internet in the
field of Chemistry and Chemistry related fields. Some Internet resources are included for both novice and
advanced Internet users. The site links to journals, databases, servers, and other resources for dozens
of branches of chemistry.

Material Safety Data Sheets
http://www.phys.ksu.edu/~tipping/msds.html
A guide to finding MSDSes in various locations on the Internet. A MSDS contains basic information about a chemical substance, its known hazardous effects, and safety and handling instructions.

MathMol Home Page
http://www.nyu.edu/pages/mathmol/
MathMol (Mathematics and Molecules) is designed to serve as an introductory starting point for those
interested in the field
of molecular modeling.

Mr. Guch's Cavalcade o' Chemistry
http://pages.hotbot.com/und/maalox/chemfiesta.html
This site celebrates all things chemistry, with lesson plans, labs, worksheets, activities, handouts, and tests for teachers, as well as a helpdesk and tutorial links for students; also available in Spanish.
GradeLevel: High School Content Area: Science Application type: Activity, Lesson, Resource

NIH Guide to Molecular Modeling
http://cmm.info.nih.gov/modeling/gateway.html
A hypertext guide to molecular modeling, including information on various engines.

Nobel Prizes in Chemistry
http://userpage.chemie.fu-berlin.de/diverse/bib/nobel_chemie_e.html
A listing of the winners of the Chemistry Nobel Prize, and what they won it for.
The page is also available in German.

The Periodic Table of Elements on the Internet
http://www.chemicalelements.com/
A periodic table of elements that uses an imagemap to lead to basic facts about each element.
A text only version is also available.

Periodic Table Toolbox
http://library.advanced.org/11771/english/hi/chemistry/periodic/
This feature allows you to add different elements together to make a custom compound, which will be displayed with accompanying information such as Atomic Mass and Charge. This site requires Internet Explorer 3.0 or Netscape Navigator 2.0 or higher.
 

Sheffield ChemDex
http://www.shef.ac.uk/~chem/chemdex/
A directory of chemistry-related resources on the Internet, browsable by a variety of categorical listings.

Table of the Nuclides
http://necs01.dne.bnl.gov/CoN/index.html
A clickable chart presenting all known nuclides.

This to That
http://www.thistothat.com/
A simple, practical guide to finding the right adhesive. Select the two types of materials that you plan to glue together, and get impartial product recommendations with information on toxicity, time to adhere, cost,
and more. Glue trivia, history, and humor complete the offering.

WebElements
http://chemserv.bc.edu/web_elements/web-elements-home.html
WebElements is a periodic table database. This page contains links to data for the first 112 elements.
Click on the abbreviation in the periodic table, and up pops all sorts of relevant data.
Also has an Isotope Pattern Calculator and an Element Percentage Calculator.

The World of Materials
http://tantalum.mit.edu/root/struc_mater/material_structures.html
This page gives a very good, basic definition and description of the different classes of materials, metals,
ceramics, semiconductors, and polymers. It also explains how the structures of each class differ and links to
further pages that discuss examples of each type of material, such as steel or silicate ceramics.

WWW Chemicals
http://www.chem.com/ 
Search engine of chemical catalogs. Allows searching by chemical name, CAS number, field of expertise,
molecular formula, etc. 

 
   
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