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This Java applet shows a small part of the table of nuclids in which short notations like Th 232 (consisting of the... see more

ResearchGate's mission is to connect the world of science and make research open to all. Share your publications, access... see more

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

A planar hexagonal lattice is rolled up into a cylinder. This can be an illustration of how a graphene sheet forms a... see more

Add different salts to water, then watch them dissolve and achieve a dynamic equilibrium with solid precipitate. Compare... see more

This site is filled with a wide range of chemistry topics along with experiments. It is so resourceful for teachers as it... see more

ScienceOpen is a freely accessible open access/open research network to discover and evaluate scientific information.... see more

The SI base units and decimal prefixis, derived units dimensions, graphical depiction of practical ranges of units in... see more

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

This site is neat because it has lots of electron density maps of bonding/antibonding molecular orbitals that can be... see more

Welcome to Smithsonian Open Access where you can download, share, and reuse millions of the Smithsonian's images right... see more

We chose to develop this applet first since it covers an aspect of the course that is based on relatively simple... see more

This tutorial allows students to easily determine the configuration of any stereocenter.

From this site, one can access a periodic table, other www sites, lecture notes, demos with videos, laboratory... see more

This web site has a short tutorial on the different types of closest packing of atoms in metals.

This course studies the development of modern science from the seventeenth century to the present, focusing on Europe and... see more

A simulated experiment on the determination of surface tension by the Capillary Rise Method. It uses capillary tubes of... see more

The simulation shows distortion of the strontium titanate perovskite crystal structure below a critical temperature. The... see more

This Chime-based tutorial introduces point-group symmetry elements and operations. The material is appropriate for any... see more

Twenty pages of organic chemistry reactions with links exlaining each. You can browse through the pages or use the search... see more

This is the classic "five bottles" experiment, using droppers (Beral pipets) instead of bottles. The student is presented... see more

This animation provides colorful and interactive depictions of the concept describing how genetic information yields... see more

"The Chemical Thesaurus is a reaction chemistry information system that extends traditional references by providing... see more

This animation contains material describing the significance of the citric acid cycle. This animation includes what... see more