by Ron Kurtus (revised 21 December 2018)
The following are resources and references on Chemistry:
Use these resources to help your understanding of the material.
General Chemistry Toolkit - Toolkits and chemistry from St. Olaf College
General Chemistry Topic Review - Overview of subject from Purdue University
Chem4Kids - Overview of Chemistry topics
Mocomi Chemistry for Kids - Good lessons and animations for ages 8 -12
Video Lessons on Chemistry - From Socratic.org
Chronology of Major Events in Chemistry - From Thought Company.
Timeline of Chemistry - Wikpedia
Chemical Elements - Site with details on Periodic Table
All About Oxygen - Medical Learning Library
Common Names of Some Chemical Compounds - From Boise State Univ.
Chemical Bonding - Explains all about the subject
Predicting molecular polarity - Explains polar molecules
How to Write a Chemical Equation - WikiHow
Chemical Composition of Consumer Items - From Chemical & Engineering News
Red Cabbage Indicator - Substitute for Litmus paper
DHMO Research - Tongue-in-cheek site dedicated to expose the "dangers" of dihydrogen monoxide
General Chemistry Online - Includes search for information on common compounds from Frosburg State University
Chemical Industry Search Engine - Enter a chemical name or molecular formula to get information at bottom of page
Science Projects and Experiments - Listing on our site
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Chemistry: Concepts and Problems (Wiley Self-Teaching Guides)
Organic Chemistry For Dummies by Arthur Winter
Illustrated Guide to Home Chemistry Experiments by Robert Bruce Thompson
Use these resources to get further information on the various Chemistry topics. If you have some good Chemistry links, let us know about them.
Learn to research - Research to learn
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