Chemistry

For Starters | Sub-topics | Dictionaries and Encyclopedias | Associations and Organizations | Other Internet Guides

Chemistry Article Databases

For Starters

  • UE Department of Chemistry Web Server
    Lots of links to courses descriptions, faculty, research opportunities, seminar schedules and much more.
  • Periodic Table - WebElements
    The most complete table of elements. Contains links to data from Hydrogen, element 1 to Ununoctium, element 118, discovered in 1999, the heaviest element.
  • ChemDex Index - Sheffield
    Best starting point for chemistry on the Internet. Currently indexing, and selectively annotating more than 4,000 sites. There is a searchable version, Chemdex plus - that requires (free) registration.
  • Links for Chemists
    Directory of more than 7,350 links (not annotated) to chemistry resources. The more than 60 categories include: University Chemistry Departments;Companies/Industry/Manufacturers - chemical company profiles, instruments, supplies, petrochemicals, pharmaceuticals; Publishing; Information - conferences, databases, dictionaries, jobs, careers, encyclopedia, fundamental constants, MSDS, patents, periodic tables; Chemistry Software; Organizations; Topics - analytical, electrochemistry, organic, radioactivity, nano technology and self assembly, surface science, and synchrotron labs. Also available in German and French.
  • Chemistry Functions
    A page that will do various calculations related to chemistry. Moles can be converted to particles; pounds to grams; grams to moles; and various others. The reverse is also computed for some conversions. It also provides the mass of the elements on the periodic table and various compounds.

Sub-topics

e-Journals | Organic Chemistry | Inorganic Chemistry | Biochemistry | Newsgroups, Listservs, and Blogs

Dictionaries and Encyclopedias

Associations and Organizations

Other Resources

  • Classic Chemistry
    The heart of this site is Selected Classic Papers from the history of chemistry, which links to dozens of seminal texts in philosophy of chemistry, the physics of chemistry, biochemistry, and other chemistry topics. Texts range from excerpts to complete texts and include scientists such as Lucretius, Aristotle, Dalton, Faraday, Lavoisier, and Bohr. Arranged by subjects and titles. In addition, there is a This Week in the History of Chemistry section;a glossary of archaic chemical terms; and annotated links to other Web sites with related biographical and historical information.
  • Chemistry-Based QuickTime, Shockwave Flash, GIF Animations, and Streaming Audio
    A collection of "animations [that] support the teaching of concepts in chemistry in freshman through graduate level courses." Concepts include chemiluminescence, electrophoresis, gas chromatography, spectroscopy, and more. From a professor at Sam Houston State University, Texas.

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