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A comprehensive, in-depth college textbook supplement or substitute in ten parts. Coverage extends to molecular orbitals,... see more

An in-depth treatment intended to serve as a supplment or replacement for standard General Chemistry textbook chapters on... see more

A six-part, in-depth online tutorial for General Chemistry

A 12-part introductory survey of the chemistry of the earth, atmosphere, hydrosphere and biosphere. This constituted the... see more

Covers the fundamental concepts of acids and bases. Except for some stoichiometry and a discussion on pH, this section is... see more

These tutorials provide simple explanations of covalent- and ionic bonding, as well as the seldom-taught... see more

This web site has many different resources for chemistry educators and students. This page includes hundreds of links to... see more

Digits, significant and otherwise; rules for rounding off and the reasoning behind them; some special cases such as... see more

How to deal with error and scatter in measured values; absolute and relative uncertainty. An elementary but thorough... see more

In contrast to the common but misleading "entropy is disorganization" line, this tutorial describes entropy as a measure... see more

The commonly-taught algebraic method of solving acid-base problems hides the underlying principles and is able to deal... see more

An in-depth treatment of energy, enthalpy, thermochemistry and the First Law of thermodynamics at the college general... see more

The bell-shaped curve, confidence intervals, using statistical tests of make conclusions, how to lie with statistics.

Instructional shareware providing guided, interactive and in-depth instruction in General Chemistry at the college and... see more

covers the quantitative treatment of acid-base equilibria at somewhat greater breadth and depth than is available in... see more

Reliability of a measurement; an introduction to simple statistics for science students. Average, mean, deviation from... see more