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Hi everyone!

 

I have talked with woelen about this and he thinks its a good idea so here goes.

 

This thread is for chemistry links and information that could be useful to other people. Books and useful information are also welcome.

 

Links from the forums:

 

 

 

General links:

 

  1. Wikipedia chemistry section - Information and more information... what more can I say?
  2. IUPAC nomenclature - The standards for naming compounds, ions and just about everything else in chemistry.
  3. The chemistry archive - Links to lots of sites... very useful.
  4. Writing SMILES - Very useful for organic chemistry, makes writing structures simple.
  5. Woelen's site - Always useful for reference and looking up experiments.
  6. General chemistry stuff - Useful ifnroamtion and articles, some interesting things to read.
  7. Compound information lookup - Very useful for research.
  8. Chemistry guide - Brilliant resource for learning about chemistry.
  9. Functional group reactions - Very useful quick reference resource.
  10. Chemical glossary - Another useful lookup resource.
  11. Chemistry books online - Another great idea from Wikibooks.
  12. MSDS data sheet lookup - Great safety information (Invaluable).
  13. Household products database - Always interesting to know what things contain!
  14. Table of nuclides - Great resource for isotope research.
  15. Chemdex - Lots of links and information.
  16. Chemistry articles - Always an interesting read.
  17. Science madness: online books - More books online!
  18. About chemistry - Great online reference.
  19. General chemistry online - A great online tutorial.
  20. Chemistry coach - Another great online tutorial.
  21. Water - All you ever wanted to know about water and more!
  22. Flash based periodic table - a very interesting and unique way to display the perodic table.
  23. Chemical profiles - Great for chemical research with information on lots of compounds.
  24. Webqc's info on elements - a nice summary of properties of elements, which links to individual articles about the elements.

 

 

Useful Books:

  1. CRC Handbook of chemistry and physics
  2. Chemistry of the elements
  3. Organic chemistry
  4. Inorganic chemistry second edition
  5. Inorganic chemistry by Shrier & Atkins
  6. Chemistry third edition
  7. General Chemistry

 

Software:

  1. ChemSketch 8.0 - Drawing molecules, free.
  2. XDrawChem 1.9.9 - Drawing molecules, free.
  3. ChemDraw 10.0 - Drawing molecules, paid.
  4. PubChem online molecule editor - Drawing molecules, online.

 

 

Cheers and thanks for contributing!

 

Ryan Jones

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Hi everyone!

 

Please post all contributions you have here so a moderator can add them to the first post which is locked to keep it clean.

 

Also, please make shure that any links and information complies with the Hazardous Materials and Synths rules or it will not be added and you will probably get a warning.

 

Thanks for your contributions!

 

Cheers,

 

Ryan Jones

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hi how can i look into the chemistry latex tutorial. because iam unable to see any latex code for chemistry in this site.thanks.:

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Hi,

 

I request the moderator to sticky this post.

 

There is a free software I recently downloaded about sketching formulae of different compounds. I thought I'd share this with others is anyone is interested. You have to register first to download it. Registration is free. Here's the link:

 

http://acdlabs.com/download/chemsk.html

 

 

Good day!;)

 

Well, I have decided to add links to all the websites I can find relating to the structure of molecules. Here is this one I found, very useful:

 

http://www.3dchem.com/

 

If anyone else also have any links, would they care to add them here as well?!

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Please add Wolfram Alpha (http://www.wolframalpha.com) to the main post too as it can do all sorts of useful chemistry calculations (I'll post a thread for that later).

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It is genuine which the pursuing website is very useful beneath that this can provides a total database of noise/film lectures on chemistry and also chemical engineering.

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On 3/28/2006 at 1:04 PM, RyanJ said:

Hi everyone!

 

I have talked with woelen about this and he thinks its a good idea so here goes.

 

This thread is for chemistry links and information that could be useful to other people. Books and useful information are also welcome.

...

Cheers and thanks for contributing!

 

Ryan Jones

Brilliant, thank you for this 

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