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University Chemistry Resources

 
This site is Florida International University's Chemistry department's portal to all of it's programs and branches.
 
Results of numerous years of a study that takes in high school children and uses new methods to make chemistry interesting and fun.  Includes lecture notes and links to the resources they have used.
 
Duke University's collection of information and links pertaining to various aspects of chemistry.
 
Catalog of links ranging from the Acronyms Database to the X-Ray Crystallography Lab, Chemistry Department, University of Pittsburgh.
 
"The Center believes that the most effective way to influence high school students is through their teachers. Accordingly, we concentrate our pre-university outreach on high school science and math teachers."
 
These sites have provided links to General Chemistry Online.
From Australia to Uruguay, this site links all chemistry sites all over the world.
Entryway to UC Berkeley's College of Chemistry, chemistry department, directories, and homepage
 
A collection of over 250 links all leading to the explanation of all that is chemistry.
 

High School Chemistry Resources

 
This Gateway provides links to resources in mathematics and science for educators and students in grades 9-12, although teachers of other levels may find these materials helpful
 
Site linking to information pertaining to experiments geared toward students K-12, covering activities such as Acid Rain, Nasco learning activities, and Zooary.  Offers a broader area to explore.
 
Page linking to everything that is taught in high school chemistry.
 
Resources page of a site built by Rosa Hemphill in an effort to ease the frustrations brought along by not finding an appropriate chemistry site.   Also includes links to the home page, which includes experiments and feedback.
Collection of links made for teachers that provide further insight and backbone to their curriculums.
A very concise page that offers links to references, tables, and historical people in chemistry.
 
Very comprehensive links page, leading to different resources for every subject covered in the Nelson Chemistry (Alberta Edition) textbook.
 
Page including links to chemistry resources, search engines, and more.
Very, very thorough page of links to chemistry resources, experiments, laws, and tutorials.
 
This site provides entry into several lists of software sources, demonstration materials and other resources of interest to Chemistry teachers and course designers. Special emphasis is placed on CAI lessons, digital textbook chapters, and similar materials that can serve as alternatives to traditional methods of instruction. Also provided are links to other resources of interest to Chemistry educators.
 
Two hundred thirty-one links to chemistry resources found all over the web, and all over the world
 
This site provides an extensive amount of information pertaining to teaching chemistry in an involving manner.
This site is mostly a web based version of a bulletin board, but includes links to chemistry assignments and shows how innovative methods can lead a student to grasp notions with ease.
 
A site dedicated to provide insight not only on science but also on education.
 
Interesting things that can be done with science, uses the hands-on approach
High School Web Sites- http://www.thecatalyst.org/hschools.html
Collection of links leading to the web sites of many high school chemistry departments.
 
National acclaimed site including links to help sites.  Excellent model for  high school sites.
Includes trial versions of programs used to explain and solve formulas and equations
 
This is homeworkhelp.com's chemistry help site
 
An ongoing project designed to find a different approach to conventional chemistry teaching methods.

NYS Chemistry Reference Tables- http://www.frontiernet.net/~jlkeefer/chemrefx.html
From Physical Constants to the Radii of Atoms, this page links to tables explaining the information related to their respective theories.
This page is courtesy of Alex Sanchez, a student at Miami-Carol City High School
 

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