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Periodic table with a description of each element, history, uses, compounds, electronic properties, physical properties, crystallography, and nuclear properties. Shows the name of the element in several languages.
Users can search the database by chemical name, CAS Number, molecular formula, or molecular weight. A list of related sites, a short glossary of terms used, and a FAQ file.
Information resource for those in research chemistry, the chemicals industries and related disciplines. Information from journals and databases, careers information, conference listings, news.
|Common Molecules Collection|
Explores the structures of common molecules in various categories including minerals, elements, vitamins, medicines, drugs, environmental, plants, amino acids, poisons. Each molecule includes a description and a model.
|General Chemistry Online|
Searchable database of compound names, formulas, structures, and properties; articles and tutorials; database of general chemistry resources; FAQ; glossary. Answers to general chemistry questions that you forgot to ask.
|Tomopal: Glass Syringes|
Glass syringes, micro syringes, GC HPLC LC ILS SGE syringes ranging from 1.0 ml - 1000.0 ml for industrial and laboratory use.
|Visual Interpretation of the Table of Elements|
Artistic overview by Murray Robertson of the periodic table. Including chemical data, descriptions, physical information, and key isotopes.
|Chemistry Information on the Internet|
Annotated directory of chemistry Web sites, including reference databases, chemical sources, and general interest sites.
|Chemistry Preprint Server|
Compilation of preprints from all fields of chemistry. Free access after registration.
Selected classic papers from the History of Chemistry listed alphabetically or by topic. History of chemistry calendar. Glossary of archaic chemical terms.
|Edgar Fars Smith Collection|
Collection of chemistry related photographs from the 19th century in three categories; scientist's portraits, apparatus images, and laboratory images.
Resource for college-level students of chemistry with images and explanatory text on molecules and molecular systems. A collection of lessons, arranged into categories, with color illustrations.
|Molecule of the Month|
One molecule for each month dating back to January 1996,with information, diagrams, and links for each.
|Periodic Table of the Elements|
Resource for elementary, middle and high school students from the Los Alamos National Laboratory. Information includes atomic number, symbol, weight, electron configuration, brief history, sources, isotopes, uses, properties.
Brief introduction to the field written for advanced high school and university students.