de chimie organique enligne de niveau post-bac (premier cycle
universitaire) destiné initialement aux élèves préparant les
Olympiades Internationales de la chimie, ainsi qu'une banque de données
de molécules pour l'étude de la théorie VSEPR. Ce site a été mis en
ligne par Gérard Dupuis Professeur de physique-chimie au lycée FAIDHERBE
University of Waterloo, a Computer Assisted Chemistry Tutorial system with an Internet
site for Freshman chemistry by Chung Chieh.
C4-Computers in Chemistry at Cabrillo College
A library with more than 400 "live" molecules, including almost all commonly
studied compounds. Sets
of chemistry problems incorporating Chime models. Most features of this site require Netscape
Navigator 3.01 or later and the Chime
plug-in. Cabrillo College Chemistry Department also offers a Chime Tutorial.
ChemCai Tutorial Material on Specific
Material with text and illustrations. The fall of the proton: Will
this acid react with that base? How to understand acid-base reactions (This simple view of
modern acid-base theory dates from 1954, but still hasn't made it into most textbooks!)
Two calculators for calculating molar mass and percentage composition, plus tutorial
material on the calculation of molar mass. Designed for beginning high schools students.
Chemical Concepts for the Applied
Syllabus, calendar,learning tips, answers and marking schemes, (feedback on) assignments
and exams, suggestion box, newsgroup, grades and links to related materials. By J.A.
Thomson, University of Waterloo.
Chemical Equilibrium and
Kinetics and thermodynamics. Syllabus, assignments, and exams. By Marc R. Roussel,
University of Lethbridge.
Coverage of methods of separation with emphasis on modern chromatographic methods. Lecture
notes. By James K. Hardy, The University of Akron.
Describes the classical thermodynamics of pure and multi-component. Syllabus, calendar,
assignments, grades and links to related materials. By Reg Penner, University of
"The Internet home page that glows". Describes very briefly the phenomenon of
Chemistry 101 Online
A set of lecture notes and example problems for the first semester chemistry course at the
University of Illinois
Self-tests in introductory chemistry, multiple-multiple choice. Exams and links to related
materials. By Frank Virzi, Mount Wachusett Community College.
Laws and concepts of chemistry, including atomic theory, periodic classification of the
elements, chemical bonding, molecular structure, solution equilibria, and organic
chemistry, as well as qualitative and quantitative applications. Lecture notes. Links to
related materials. By Joseph J. Cabaup, New Hampshire Community Technical College.
Chemistry 103 - From Caveman to
From Caveman to Chemist - not much evidence of evolution here you might think! But this
website is a course in exploring landmark technologies on the road to a modern industrial
civilisation. It begins with the concepts of making fire and stone tools and progresses up
through plastics and semiconductors. While this is a 'physical' course requiring
attendance at lectures, the online notes, questions and answers, and experimental details
can easily be used elsewhere. Almost thirty projects ranging from metathesis to
stoichiometry, from potash to electromagnetism. Each section is complete with
introduction, information and questions. This would prove to be a superb learning resource
for any chemistry class.
Chemistry at Hofstra
Lecture notes, syllabi,practice tests and other pertinent information for students in
general chemistry, quantitative analysis, instrumental lab and environmental chemistry
courses taught by John R. McBride at Hofstra University.
Project at Virginia Tech
The Chemistry Hypermedia Project is developing tutorials that provide supplemental
educational resources for undergraduate chemistry students. The hypermedia documents
contain hyperlinks to remedial material that describe the underlying chemical principles.
Click here if you want to go to their
searchable index directly.
and Issues in the Environment
Operations and alterations of natural physical environmental systems. Use and abuse of
resources leading to air pollution, water pollution, and solid waste disposal. Political
decisions and prevailing ethical value systems. Syllabus. Calendar. Lecture notes.
Assignments. Exams. Links to related materials. By Charles E. Ophardt, Elmhurst College.
Chemistry - The Central
A year-long advanced general chemistry course at Vassar College. The Website is organized
into the following categories: specific information about the advanced general chemistry
course: over 180 pages of complete on-line lectures, problem sets and answer keys, and
links to other chemistry sites on the Internet. The text of these lectures is written with
a personal flair and is interspersed with rotatable 3D molecules, crystal structures,
Quicktime movies, interactive Applets, downloadable Excel spreadsheets, pictures, graphs,
tables, reference materials, biographies, and links to other chemistry sites on the
Internet. In addition, there are over 300 links to other sites on the Internet for
Chem Web Online
This site is an introduction to chemistry that would be covered in a first year chemistry
A one-semester introductory chemistry course taught by Tom O'Haver, University of
Maryland, College Park as a part of the introductory physical science component of the
Maryland Collaborative for Teacher Preparation.
Statistics and exploratory data analysis in analytical chemistry. Syllabus, lecture notes,
lecture slides. By James K. Hardy, University of Akron.
College Chemistry I - II
For science and engineering majors. Syllabus, calendar, assignments, grades, and links to
related materials. By Richard Stein, Germanna Community College.
Chemistry and Organic Synthesis
A course to introduce computational chemistry to synthetic-organic chemists, who would
like to understand why they got the product they got and not (always) the compound they
The CAUT-funded Computational Chemistry Project aims to develop web-based modules for
teaching computational chemistry through AARNET, with the intention of: 1) Increasing the
range of computational chemistry topics taught, 2) Increasing the relevance of what topics
are taught, and 3) Making computational chemistry available through previously unused
methods, exposing students to increasingly important computer networking concepts.
Science Through Molecular Modeling
Includes multimedia modules on the Properties of Water, Chemistry of Carbon,
Photosynthesis, and the Molecules of Life.
Covers shapes, isomerism, equilibria, chelation. Embedded .PDB (.MOL) and .JDX data files
display molecular graphics and spectra. JAVA scripts display 3D-orbitals and simple
calculations of magnetic properties. Syllabus, lecture notes, assignments, and links to
related materials. By R.J. Lancashire, University of the West Indies, Mona Campus,
CPIMA Education Outreach
The National Science Foundation's Materials Research Science and Engineering Center on
Polymer Interfaces and Macromolecular Assemblies, CPIMA, introduces you to its education
outreach program. The CPIMA Education Outreach Program promotes materials science
education on the K through university levels by scientist-educator partnerships,
participation in science days and career days, hands-on workshops for educators and
students, and summer internships for educators. There is also a CPIMA Connection
Newsletter and links to modules developed by educators. At the university level, they
offer research experiences for undergraduates at CPIMA.
Cyniska Calypso Projects
Problems and MAPLE-assisted solutions in physical chemistry. Includes animations of
concepts that are best understood when actually viewed in motion, such as group theory
analysis applied to spectroscopy.
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