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  • General Chemistry Online: Rich `resource` for students and teachers of introductory chemistry. Includes interactive course guides and tutorials, an exam survival guide, reference tables, self-grading quizzes and exams, a searchable glossary, a question and answer board, answers to over 300 frequently asked questions, and a chemical trivia quiz.
  • 1001 Periodic Table and Science Quiz Questions: Quizzes for students in grade 3 to grade 12.
  • Academy of Alchemy (Chemistry): Self-paced and self-learning distance chemistry education. There is a cost for a 'hypertextbook' and a different cost for online tutoring, if requested.
  • Activities , Games and Quizzes in Chemistry: Learn facts about the periodic table through quiz activities and games. Identify the chemical symbol given the element name, and the element name given the chemical symbol.
  • All Chemistry Trivia: Contains multiple trivia quizes in chemistry topics.
  • American Plastics Council (APC) Classroom: A description of the APC's educational programs and partnerships, including programs such as "Hands-on Plastics" and "Busy Busy Planet."
  • AquaSchemes: The science of water and how it gets turned into pseudoscience by promoters of dubious treatment schemes.
  • Aus-e-Tute: Developed by experienced science teachers to provide free chemistry tutorials designed for high school chemistry students. An additional members-only area is available for self-tests and their answers.
  • Betha Chemistry Tutorial: Designed to reinforce basic concepts of chemistry.
  • CHEM 13 News: An informal magazine published by the Department of Chemistry at the University of Waterloo for teachers of introductory chemistry courses.
  • CHEMED-L Digest Archives: Searchable digest for CHEMED-L, an unmoderated mailing list for chemical educators. The CHEMED-L mailing list is one of the busiest forums for chemical educators on the internet.
  • CHEMystery: Created to provide an interactive guide for high school chemistry students.
  • CTI Centre for Chemistry: Educational resources and software.
  • Cavalcade of Chemistry: A chemistry `resource` for high school students, teachers, and homeschoolers. Free lesson plans (worksheets, handouts, labs) and tutorials provided.
  • Center for Chemistry Education: Offerings include an array of products, services and free resources that emphasize the hands-on, minds-on nature of science for all ages.
  • Chem Com: Gathering place for teachers to exchange information and files with each other. All teachers are invited to upload and download information, relating to the standard eight topics.
  • Chem101: Online beginning chemistry course.
  • Chem4Kids: Information and news about biology, chemistry, physics, geography, HTML, and soon BASIC.
  • ChemCases.com: An NSF-supported curriculum development project, ChemCases is a web-based `resource` of curriculum supplements for teaching the second semester general chemistry course. Each case study features a number of the basic principles covered in a traditional general chemistry curriculum. These concepts are used to address the decisions that influence development of successful consumer, agricultural and pharmaceutical products.
  • Chemathon: An annual chemistry competition for high school chemistry students in Maryland, Northern Virginia, and the District of Columbia. The Chemathon competition is organized by a committee of area high school chemistry teachers and chemists, and is hosted by the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at the University of Maryland at College Park. There are no entry or registration fees.
  • Chemical Carousel: A Trip Around the Carbon Cycle: The carbon cycle is the great natural recycler of carbon atoms.
  • Chemical Education Resource Shelf: Details about recommended software, books, models, and articles for the chemical educator.
  • Chemical Education Resource Shelf, Journal of Chemical Education, University of Missouri-St. Louis: Attempts to contain a comprehensive list of chemistry textbooks and pedagogical software available, in categories that correspond with typical curricula.
  • Chemical Esoterica: A collection of javascript tests and numerical problems pertaining to chemistry.
  • Chemistry AP Exam Practice: Includes problems types of all forms that are found on the Chemistry AP Exam. Solutions to the problems are available. Find out what to expect and how to prepare for the Chemistry AP Exam as well.
  • Chemistry Curriculum: Outline of high school chemistry course curriculum with links to teacher generated assignments and pertinent web sites. Intended to help students and other chemistry teachers.
  • Chemistry Help Page: Site for high School chemistry students offering notes, online quizzes and updated and interactive links all organized by topic.
  • Chemistry Help Pages from Technical Tutoring: Help for common topics in college general chemistry.
  • Chemistry Help and Programs: Retired college professor offers help for high school and college chemistry students, and programs for high school or first year of college.
  • Chemistry Online Homework System: Individualized homework for general chemistry and physical chemistry. Questions keyed to objectives. Teacher selects only objectives appropriate for class. Grading and assignment selection done online. Free accounts.
  • Chemistry Study Cards: For AP and general chemistry classes, each of which covers most of a year's curriculum. Each set of cards is saved in pdf format for easy download.
  • Chemistry Tutoring Center at Towson University: Contains many handouts and links to other useful chemistry tutorial sources.
  • Chemistry, Physical Science, and Astronomy with Chemistx2: Homework and miscellaneous assignments and projects for Ms. Smith's Petaluma High School science classes.
  • Chemistry.org: Resources for the chemistry professional, educator, student, policy maker, and enthusiast, sponsored by the American Chemical Society. Includes articles, current research, educator links, policy, and links.
  • Chlorine - Life Depends On It: Provides information about chlorine, the benefits of chlorine, what chlorine is, who makes chlorine and who uses chlorine.
  • Comic Book Periodic Table: Comics relating or referring somehow to various elements. Also has links to scientific information for each element.
  • ConcepTests: Concept-based tests for use in chemistry. Includes suggestions for how the test can best be used in the instruction of chemistry students.
  • Creative Chemistry: Worksheets, teachers and technicians notes for activities suitable for a Chemistry Club. Question sheets and practical guides for GCSE Chemistry. Interactive revision quizzes, puzzles and the Sc1 Tune-up Garage.
  • Educational Resources for Particle Technology: Tutorials designed to help students and industrial technologists understand powder or slurry behavior and diagnose and correct production problems.
  • Electronic Homework Systems, Inc.: ChemSkill Builder and ChemSkill Foundations generate individualized homework for chemistry students. Exercises are graded immediately and completely worked-out solutions are provided in response to wrong answers. Work can be repeated (with varied exercises) until a desired score is achieved. Student performance is recorded on their individual diskette, from which instructors can monitor their work and incorporate the results into class records, using management software provided without charge to adopting institutions.
  • Entropy and the Second Law of Thermodynamics: Novel, informal, qualitative -- but substantial -- introduction to entropy and the second law of thermo, concluding with the Gibbs equation as "all entropy".
  • Erik's Chemistry: A student made page with information about general chemistry, AP chemistry, organic chemistry and physical chemistry.
  • European Summer School in Quantum Chemistry (ESQC): Organized by the Department of Theoretical Chemistry, Lund University. Find details about present and past sessions, photos, registration information, bulletin board, some lectures for download in pdf format, and a book for sale containing the collected lecture notes and exercises from previous years.
  • Gas Laws and Equations: Tutorials on some important gas laws. Also contains explanations on some of the important concepts that govern the physical behavior of gases when they are subjected to certain conditions within a closed system.
  • General Chemistry First Edition, by American Chemical Society: Designed to help students review key concepts through interactive exercises, visualization, and other learning tools. Resources are organized by chapter and by content type.
  • Glenn T. Seaborg Center: Seeks to enrich the knowledge and understanding of the general public in the areas of science and mathematics; particularly that of students and teachers from preschool through college.
  • Global Instructional Chemistry: Collection of resources for supplementing chemistry lessons.
  • Guide to Chemistry: Discusses atoms and their components, the periodic table, its functions and the basic elements.
  • HKBU Physics Department - Materials Science: Materials science learning resources for students and the public, including java applets illustrating some fundamental concepts.
  • Haber Process: Summary of the method with diagrams and equations. The Haber Process is a method of producing ammonia developed in WWI.
  • High School Chemistry Tutorials: About 50 original tutorials, some traditional, some very original, for use in high school chemistry.
  • How Hydrogen Peroxide Foams: Tells how and why hydrogen peroxide foams on cuts but not on skin.
  • How to Pass Chemistry: Advice to students on how to pass chemistry from one who has taught at the college level for many years.
  • Hugo's Class: Chemistry homework pages.
  • Information about density determination: Get the latest information about density determination, concentration tables in EXCEL format and exchange information with other people.
  • Institute for Chemical Education: Established to provide a center for science educators to develop and disseminate ideas. ICE is national in scope and has led the drive to help teachers revitalize science in schools throughout the United States.
  • Instructional Resources for Chemistry: Annotated links to instructional materials and other resources of interest to chemistry teachers and course designers, carefully selected to represent what the author (a chemistry professor) considers to be the most useful and exemplary resources. Special emphasis is placed on CAI lessons, digital text, Web-based tutorials and similar materials that can serve as alternatives to traditional methods of instruction.
  • Interactive Science Tutorials: Computer based learning for students of biology, biochemistry and chemistry and related subjects.
  • International Baccalaureate Chemistry Notes: Topics include stoichiometry, atomic theory, periodicity, kinetics, and energetics. Also, definitions and equations.
  • Introduction to Chemistry: An introduction to the chemistry that would be covered in a first year chemistry course.
  • It's Elemental: Review the elements with flash cards. [Requires Javascript]
  • Journal of Chemical Education: Geared towards those who subscribe to the print version of the Journal, but has information, articles and reviews for nonsubscribers as well.
  • Kinetic Theory and its Applications.: Devoted to mathematical problems in kinetic theory and its applications in physics, chemistry and other branches of scientific knowledge.
  • Kiwi Web: Search engine for chemistry sites for children and young adults. Includes information about New Zealand, and a stain removal guide as well as more general chemistry information.
  • KryssTal Chemistry: Essays on chemistry topics.
  • LearnNet: Designed for the use of teachers and students of chemistry at all levels. The network aims to provide access to products and information (including those produced by the various national chemistry societies across the world) relevant to the study of chemistry. This site has been classified by experts in the teaching of chemistry to ensure that the best interests of the users have been attended to at all times.
  • Manual and Computer-aided Literature Searching: Focuses on chemistry literature.
  • Math Skills for Chemistry Tutorials: Links to resources on algebra, significant figures, ratios and proportions, and metric system.
  • Modeling the Periodic Table: An Interactive Simulation: Free software with standards-based teaching materials that assist students in studying elements and creating their own model of the periodic table of elements. Simulation can be run online (Shockwave plug-in required) or can be downloaded (requires Windows 95 or PowerMac operating system).
  • Molecular Universe: Information on molecules and molecular systems featuring digital imaging and historical milestones.
  • National Mole Day: Celebrated annually on October 23, Mole Day commemorates Avogadro's Number (6.02 x 10^23), which is a basic measuring unit in chemistry. Mole Day was created as a way to foster interest in chemistry.
  • NetGRADE: Build, view and name your own 3D molecular models online.
  • Organic Chemistry Help: Find organic chemistry tutorials, chemistry FAQs, self-grading tests, common organic chemistry reaction mechanisms, and indexed chemistry links.
  • Organic Reaction Quizzes and Summaries: Designed to assist organic chemistry students in the review of the basic reactions.
  • Osmosis, Reverse Osmosis and Osmotic Pressure: Short article on osmosis.
  • PASCO Chemistry Newsletter: Monthly electronic publication featuring news, grant and funding resources, product highlights, suggested experiments, professional development workshops, survey questions, and subscription details.
  • Second Law of Thermodynamics: Conversational introduction to the second law and entropy via practical everyday examples. Qualitative, non-math, but substantial.
  • Stu's Guide to Atoms: Educational site on the subject of atoms; an overview, history, and atomic structure.
  • Student Affiliates of the ACS, Towson University Chapter: A `group` of chemistry major, minors, pre-med, pre-den, students and anyone else interested in chemistry at Towson University. This site has links to activities, meeting times, and a message bord for students of Towson University Chemistry classes.
  • Table of Elements Drill Game: With a periodic table as reference, answer these questions as fast as you can.
  • TeachingPlastics.org: Teacher-designed science curriculum and free, interactive learning kit designed to teach primary and middle-school students the history and role of plastics in modern society.
  • The Chemistry Hypermedia Project at Virginia Tech: Resources for students, educators, and scientists. Self paced tutorials and educator resources.
  • The Chemistry Place: Interactive tutorials, practice exams, chemistry-related news, and links to the most credible and reliable science resources on the web for high school and college students and educators. Subscription required, but a free trial is available.
  • The Chemistry Site: Offering tutorials and interactive tests for collegiate introductory level chemistry as well as AP Chem.
  • The Evil Tutor's Guide: Graphs and Figures: An amusing, yet sincere, look at where students go wrong when producing scientific graphs and figures for school, college and degree level work.
  • The Lab of Shakhashiri: Chemistry professor Bassam Z. Shakhashiri shares the fun of science through home science activities, demonstration shows, videos and books.
  • The Net Equation: An online textbook enriched with special features such as a point-and-click periodic table of elements and interviews with professional chemists. Flash and Realplayer or Windows Media Player are needed to experience all of the site.
  • The Structure And Importance Of Water: The science surrounding the structure of water including the hydration of polysaccharides, proteins and nucleic acids.
  • The Wright Stuff Science Section: General science help and links, with tutorials on chemistry topics at introductory and advanced levels. Links to science news feeds.
  • Timberlake's Chemistry: PowerPoint tutorials, online quizzes, class schedules, Group work sheets, and text information for instructors and students in introductory chemistry.
  • VSEPR Method: In English and French. Lesson with diagrams and pictures.
  • What is Salt?: Chemical properties of salt, sodium chloride. The site also contains links to other places with information about salt chemistry.
  • Yogi's Behemoth: Provides a large variety of chemistry, environmental and hazardous materials educational resources.
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