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These are some links carried over from ancient legacy. They should be generally useful for chemistry related areas.

Chemwebtutor
Online Tutor - Gen Chem

www.ets.org
For information about GRE scheduling and test preparation.

Iotasigmapi
National Honor Society for women in chemistry.

http://departments.kings.edu/chemlab/animation/index.html
Great website with animations and clear explanations of crystal lattices, crystal structures and related topics.

http://www.phys.ncl.ac.uk/staff/njpg/symmetry/index.html
Good website introducing symmetry and point groups- with illustrations and practice questions.

http://www.monomerchem.com/display4.html
Wonderful index of well-known, named organic reactions.

IUPAC Nomenclature of Organic Compounds
Go here to find the IUPAC name for any molecule out there.

Yahoo! Chemisty
Yahoo's list of links to everything that is chemistry. Sometimes about onion peeling too, but that's only happens rarely.

ChemFinder
A database and internet searching tool for things to with chemistry. You could almost guess by the name--almost.

NIST WebBook
A gateway to the data collections of the National Institute of Standards and Technology.

Chemicool
Online interactive periodic table.

Element Tables
This page has lots of information about the elements.

Magnetic Resonance Periodic Table
This periodic table is customized to be of most to users and researchers of magnetic resonance.

The University of Minnesota Biocatalysis /Biodegradation Database
You can find microbial biocatalytic reactions and biodegradation pathways primarily for xenobiotic , chemical compounds over here. This is obviously meant for that time when your realized you needed to know everything there is to know about microbial biocatalytic reactions and biodegradation.

Biochemist Online
A website for the biochemist about biochemistry. We are still having trouble finding a website for the biochemist regarding extraterrestrial kidnappings but we are trying!

Reference Guide For Amino Acids
Everything you need to know about amino acids (yes, you read it, everything).

NMR Information Server
Has a vast amount of information on NMR.

Material Safety Data Sheets
Provides you with the proper procedures for handling or working with certain substances in the laboratory such as deadly dihydrogen monoxide.

ChemInformatics
A site concerned with information retrieval in chemistry.

Chemistry Guide
A comprehensive and evaluated guide to web sites related to chemistry and the chemical industry. This site collectively and independently annotates all useful chemistry sites.

 

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