An informative periodic table.
Visual Interpretation of the Table of Elements: Visual Elements is
an arts and science collaborative project supported by the Royal Society
of Chemistry which aims to explore and reflect upon the diversity of elements
that comprise matter in as unique and innovative manner as possible.
Chemistry WebBook: A website which provides access to data compiled
and distributed by NIST under the Standard Reference Data Program. Types
of data include: ion energetics (e.g. ionization energy, electron affinity),
IR/Mass/UV/Vis spectra, thermochemical data, etc.
Informational website published by Wavefunction, Inc. for the molecular
modeling package used in CHEM 1811.
A free encyclopedia which contains a large amount of general and specific
chemistry information. WARNING: Not all of the information is correct!
Chemistry Computer Demonstrations: A good site containing animated chemistry demos (ShockWave required).
The Orbitron: An excellent gallery of atomic and molecular orbitals and their wavefunctions.
Spectroscopy Tutorials: A nice reference for spectroscopy techniques (e.g. IR, NMR).
Conversion Factors: A table containing common energy conversions useful
for interpreting calculations.
Chemical Society Publications: A list of journals published by the
American Chemical Society. Articles can be read online or downloaded as
PDF files as long as you are connected through the U.Va. computer system.
Chemical & Engineering News: A weekly chemical news periodical published by the American Chemical Society.
Direct: A list of journals published by Elsevier. Articles can be
read online or downloaded as PDF files as long as you are connected through
the U.Va. computer system.
A searchable database of scientific articles. Useful for finding articles
on a particular topic.
Improbable Research: Research that makes people laugh and then think.
Nearing Zero: An archive of largely satisfactory cartoon freeware.