Below are links of special interest to chemists and chemistry students. You will find links to professional organizations and societies, the Chemical Heritage Foundation and it’s free publications, periodic tables, along with miscellaneous resources.
Links to chemical organizations and societies.
- Central Ohio Valley Section of American Chemical Society
- American Chemical Society (ACS)
- American Society for Mass Spectrometry (ASMS)
- Alpha Chi Sigma, Professional Chemistry Fraternity
Links to the Chemical Heritage Foundation and their multi-media offerings.
The Chemical Heritage Foundation (CHS) has a rich collection of books, manuscripts, archives, photographs, scientific instruments and historical artifacts, fine art, and oral histories that document the history of science, technology, medicine, and industry.
Distillations is published by the nonprofit Chemical Heritage Foundation. The print edition of Distillations is available, free of charge, to any address within the United States. Distillations contains a magazine, a podcast, videos, and a blog.
Links to different types of periodic tables of the chemical elements.
- Periodic Table with some very nice graphics and facts about the elements
- Periodic Table with links to Wikipedia entries for each element
- Periodic table with extensive information about the elements
Links to various chemistry related resources and websites.
- Spectral Database for Organic Compounds at National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), Japan
- The Orbitron, a gallery of atomic orbitals and molecular orbitals.
- Chemistry, Structures & 3D Molecules; a visual and interactive website showcasing the beautiful world of chemistry
- Cambridge University list of two-thousand of the best chemistry sites. All of these sites are checked every month; 140 countries listed
- The Sheffield Chemdex: the directory of chemistry on the world wide web since 1993
- ACD/ChemSketch for Academic and Personal Use. A Free Comprehensive Chemical Drawing Package
- A Science Teacher’s Polymer Education Guide
- GRAD SCHOOL: DOES IT MATTER WHERE YOU GO?: Those aiming for an academic career should consider a number of factors when choosing