Good chemistry websites

  1. Aug 8, 2004 #1
    I think that these links can be interesting:

    PeriodicTable:
    http://www.webelements.com/
    http://www.chemsoc.org/viselements/index.htm

    Organic Chemistry (From Frostburg State University). It s an Introduction, with some interesting tutorials.
    http://www.chemhelper.com/

    Surface Chemistry: An introduction to Surface Chemistry
    http://www.chem.qmw.ac.uk/surfaces/scc/sccinfo.htm

    Environmental Chemistry, with information on hazardous materials
    http://environmentalchemistry.com/
    http://www.epa.gov/iris/

    General Introductory Links:
    http://www.psigate.ac.uk/newsite/reference/plambeck/chem2/ua102.html

    "Virtual Chemistry":
    http://neon.chem.ox.ac.uk/vrchemistry/

    Virtual Classroom:
    http://ull.chemistry.uakron.edu/classroom.html

    History of Chemistry:

    Selected Classic Papers
    http://webserver.lemoyne.edu/faculty/giunta/papers.html

    Linus Pauling Papers:
    http://profiles.nlm.nih.gov/MM/

    A History of Mass Spectrometry
    http://masspec.scripps.edu/information/history/

    Alchemy:
    http://www.levity.com/alchemy/

    Molecular structures and resources

    http://www.molecularuniverse.com/

    UCSF Chimera: A free interactive molecular graphics programm
    http://www.cgl.ucsf.edu/chimera/

    Reciprocal Net.A database with information about molecular structures
    http://www.reciprocalnet.org/index.html

    The Wired Chemist. A Collection of Chemistry Resources
    http://wulfenite.fandm.edu/
     
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  4. Aug 8, 2004 #3
    It is very good.
    I did not know it. Effectively, it is very comprehensive.
    Thank you.
     
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    hey ryokan.. thanks a lot for ur links on biochemistry.. they were really useful for my projects.
     
  7. Aug 21, 2004 #6
    More links on History of Chemistry

    I think that these links can be interesting:

    Generalist webs:
    A web with a comprehensive content on history of chemistry:
    http://www.chemistrycoach.com/history_of_chemistry.htm#Biographies of Chemists
    Other interesting general link (in French)
    http://histoirechimie.free.fr/
    One generalist timeline (also in French)
    http://www.umh.ac.be/lignetempschimie/

    Links on historical topics about Elements and atoms:http://web.lemoyne.edu/~giunta/EA/CONTENTS.HTML
    http://www.phys.virginia.edu/classes/252/atoms.html
    One time line: http://www.watertown.k12.wi.us/HS/Staff/Buescher/atomtime.asp


    And the Nobel e-Museum's Page
    http://www.nobel.se/chemistry/index.html
     
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    Chemweb.com

    http://www.chemweb.com/

    On-line newsletter and resource for chemists and chemical engineers.

    Subject areas:

    Analytical Chemistry
    Biochemistry
    Catalysis
    Chemical Engineering
    Electrochemistry
    Fuel & Petrochemistry
    Inorganic Chemistry
    Materials Chemistry
    Organic Chemistry
    Pharmaceutical Science
    Physical Chemistry
    Polymer

    http://www.chemweb.com/about

    They also publish an e-newsletter, The Alchemist
     
  11. Nov 30, 2004 #10

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    I think some form of this thread would be useful as a sticky.
     
  12. Dec 1, 2004 #11
    Thank you, Gokul43201.
     
  13. Dec 1, 2004 #12

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    Let's not forget the American Chemical Society

    http://www.chemistry.org/portal/a/c/s/1/home.html

    I would be interested in other societies in other countries.


    For those who are involved in chemistry and particularly in synthesis, check out the following site:

    http://www.innocentive.com/

    InnoCentive enables independent and university scientists to receive professional recognition and financial awards for solving R&D challenges.

    http://www.innocentive.com/about/index.html

    Basically this organization lists problems from the chemical (organic and inorganic) and biochemical (e.g. pharmaceutical) industries. Problems are posed and one can select to solve the problem for the stated price. One must register to participate.

    No endorsement of Innocentive is expressed or implied.
     
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