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  1. Online Chemistry Teaching Resources

  2. Forestry Resources Online management, and use of natural resources that are found in forest lands. 

  3. The American Chemical Society homepage
  4. Bioluminescence - Bioluminescence is simply light produced by a chemical reaction which originates in an organism .
  5. The Catalyst - This site has been developed specifically for the secondary education/high school level teacher, as a resource for finding relevant information for use in the teaching of chemistry.
  6. Chembalancer is a little online game to teach balancing equations. You type numbers in front of each molecule until there are the same number of atoms on both sides of the equation, then click the 'Balanced' button.
  7. ChemCom: Chemistry in the Community
  8. The Chemical of the Week - In his General Chemistry courses, Prof. Shakhashiri distributes a weekly fact sheet about a chemical or type of chemical to increase students' knowledge about chemicals, their production, cost, and uses. He has separate lists for First Semester General Chemistry and Second Semester General Chemistry. An example of what you will find is the Chemistry of Autumn Colors.
  9. Chemistry4Kids has sections on Matter, Elements, Atoms, Math, and Reactions.
  10. Chemistry Coach - scroll down for a large list of tutorials
  11. Chemistry Drill and Practice Tutorials - These problems were developed by Prof. George Wiger (gwiger@chemistry.csudh.edu) at California State University, Dominguez Hills, CA.
  12. A Chemical Equation Balancing Mystery - Designed for grades 10 - 12. A monkey has been killed and you must use your chemical equation balancing skills to solve the mystery.
  13. Chemistry Lesson Plans - A collection of almost 200 single concept lessons.
  14. Chemistry Links maintained by Scott Van Bramer of Widener University in Chester, PA
  15. Chemistry Links by Topic - look on the right side of this page
  16. Chemistry Quiz Index
  17. Chemistry Tutor - Web pages designed to help you get through your chemistry homework
  18. ChemTeam - High School Chemistry tutorials
  19. Chem Time - a clock using chemical element symbols instead of numbers
  20. Directory of Chemistry sites on the Internet organized by Yahoo
  21. Element Flash Cards - a student is given an element and they must then supply the element's chemical name, symbol or atomic number
  22. Element hangman
  23. Element math game
  24. Eric Weisstein's World of Chemistry
  25. Fire and Spice - the chemistry of hot peppers
  26. General, Organic, and Biochemistry - course resources for a chemistry course at the University of Akron
  27. General Chemistry Online includes companion notes, tutorials, and lists of chemistry resources on the Internet
  28. General Chemistry Virtual Textbook - This work-in-progress consists of two classes of documents: Chem1 Reference Text chapters and Tutorial units.
  29. High School Hub - Chemistry guide
  30. The Mad Scientists Network has an archive of previous Chemistry questions and answers. Have you wondered why Coca-Cola is corrosive? That and much more can be found in the archive.
  31. Marvelous Molecules - The Secret of Life is the first ever hands-on exhibition exploring the shared chemistry of all living things.
  32. The NIST Chemistry WebBook provides users with access to chemical and physical property data for chemical species through the Internet
  33. Nobel Prizes in Chemistry from 1901 to 1998. Most of these entries are simply text, but some provide links to other pages.
  34. Nobel Prizes in Chemistry - from 1901 to 2004 - This site even includes the Nobel lecture given by winners.
  35. Organic and Biochemical Animations including molecular rotations and other chemical concepts. The 65 animations range in size from 66K to a funny animation on Conversion of potential to kinetic energy which is 1023K.
  36. Periodic Tables:
    1. 1001 Periodic Table Quiz Questions - Over 1300 free science and chemistry questions per age and topic for school, college and university students
    2. Periodic Table Quiz from JetPunk
    3. ChemicalElements.com has a nice table with Internet links to sites about the elements.
    4. Dmitri Ivanovich Mendeleev - We will never be able to attribute to a single individual the development of the basic building blocks of writing. Yet we do know the name of the man who devised the method of classifying the basic building blocks of matter. Dmitri Ivanovich Mendeleev!
    5. Flash version of the table - Move your cursor over an elements for information.
    6. Periodic Table of the Elements
    7. Periodic Table from ChemiCool
    8. Periodic Table - This common chemistry tool is presented as a PowerPoint show with web links to pages about each element. Invisible buttons are used on slide 2. (There are 109 invisible buttons on one slide.) Take a look!
    9. A small Periodic Table of the Elements with limited information about each element. This site loads quickly.
    10. Proton Don - a FunBrain game using a periodic table that contains the elements' symbols and their periodic numbers.
    11. Visual Elements offers two versions. One requires the Shockwave plug-in Flash, and the other is an HTML document
  37. The pH Factor is posted by the Miami Museum of Science
  38. Regents Chemistry Exam Prep Center
  39. Science is Fun in the Lab of Shakhashiri. A master of chemical demonstrations, University of Wisconsin-Madison Chemistry Professor Bassam Z. Shakhashiri, shares the fun of science through home science activities, demonstration shows, videos, and books. Information about these and other science fun stuff is available there.
  40. Scientific Notation - a lesson on why and how to use scientific notation. There is also a worksheet to allow practice of the concept.
  41. Significant Digits - an interactive site to allow practice on identifying the number of significant digits in a displayed number. A student gets immediate feedback regarding the correctness of their answer, however there are no clues given if a student is wrong.
  42. Significant Figures - Scientific notation is the most reliable way of expressing a number to a given number of significant figures. In scientific notation, the power of ten is insignificant.
  43. Significant Figures - four topics
  44. Simulations
    1. Acid Base pH Titration
    2. Boyle's Law
    3. Charles' Law
    4. Concentration Cells Electrochemical Cell
    5. Conductivity of Solutions
    6. Crush the Can
    7. Diffusion
    8. Effusion
    9. Electrochemical Cell
    10. Electrolysis
    11. Heat of Neutralization
    12. Reactions of Metals and Metal Ions
    13. Solutions of Acids, Bases, and Salts (pH meter)
    14. An index of other Chemistry Experiment Simulations, Tutorials and Conceptual Computer Animations
  45. Tutorials to help you understand various chemical concepts and problems including: How to Determine the Polarity of a Molecule, Balancing Chemical Equations, Empirical Formulas, The Solubility Rules, The Periodic Table, and more.
  46. Tutorials from Wilson High School in Connecticut, with emphasis on applicability to high school chemistry
  47. Other Tutorials:
    1. Balancing Chemical Equations
    2. Gas Laws - 13 lessons using the Shockwave plug-in.
    3. Quantum Mechanics - 16 lessons
  48. Virtual Chembook - excellent resources for a Chemistry teacher, posted by Elmhurst College
  49. http://www.chemistry.co.nz/chemmap.htm  – Solutions en chimie pour étudiants et professeurs

  50. Chemistry Teaching Ressources
 
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