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109 Visual Elements
A Visual Interpretation of the Table of Elements
From chemsoc

ChemCom - Teachers Resource Center
Chemistry in the Community
"This site acts as a gathering place for teachers of ChemComÆ to exchange information and files with each other...This includes supplemental worksheets, labs and lab revisions, demonstrations and projects."

Chemical Education Resource Shelf
"The Resource Shelf contains hyperlinks to virtually all of the publishers who maintain Web pages, and many links to pages devoted to individual titles; additionally, the online version includes citations and links to reviews."

Chemists Celebrate Earth Day
- From the American Chemical Society

Doing Science: An Introduction to Physical Science (etext)
"This text concerns learning the fundamentals of physical science by doing science as science is done...This manual was developed to accompany a one semester introductory physical science course, Fundamentals of Physical Science (PHS 110), at Arizona State University."
By Susan Wyckoff, Dept. of Physics & Astronomy, Arizona State University

Dr. Cal's Guide to Good Laboratory Practices
- Dept. of Chemistry, University of Illinois at Chicago

General Chemistry Online
" interactive guide and Web resource for students and teachers of introductory college chemistry."
Sections include Exam Guide, Home Companion, Just Ask Antoine!, Periodic Table, Resources, Tutorials.
By Fred Senese, Frostburg State University

Interactive Tutorial on Balancing Equations
Created by Yue-Ling Wong, Chemistry Dept. Wake Forest University

Ohio State University Chemistry Dept. - Organic Chemistry Resources
Maintained by Todd Lowary

On-line Introductory Chemistry
By Dr. Walt Volland, Bellevue Community College

The Online Macromolecular Museum (OMM)
" a site for the display and study of macromolecules. Macromolecular structures, as discovered by crystallographic or NMR methods, are scientific objects in much the same sense as fossil bones or dried specimens: they can be archived, studied, and displayed in aesthetically pleasing, educational exhibits...The OMM's exhibits are interactive tutorials on individual molecules in which hypertextual explanations of important biochemical features are linked to illustrative renderings of the molecule at hand."

Theoretical Chemistry
A Self-Guided Introduction for College Students
"This web site is intended to provide college science majors with a brief introduction to the field of theoretical chemistry, both in a historical context and as it is practiced today. It is also designed to offer practicing chemists and other scientists perspective about how this field can impact their own."
By Jack Simons, Dept. of Chemistry, University of Utah

World Lecture Hall - Chemistry
"The World Lecture Hall (WLH) contains links to pages created by faculty worldwide who are using the Web to deliver class materials. For example, you will find course syllabi, assignments, lecture notes, exams, class calendars, multimedia textbooks, etc."

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