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Created by John Emsley of the Royal Society of Chemistry (Great Britain), this is an online periodic table that presents the one-hundred and nine elements in a visual manner. The elements are presented along with...
This reference consists of an interactive periodic chart that provides information for most of the elements. Clicking on an element's symbol on the chart accesses the element's name, discoverer and date of discovery, as...
Any online chemistry textbook that contains a photograph of Max Planck and Albert Einstein on its first page definitely sets the right tone, and Stephen Lower’s textbook certainly falls into that category. Over the...
This site is maintained by WebElements.com and is called Chlorine. Visitors learn the element's symbol, atomic weight, its uses, and all of its physical and nuclear properties. There is also information about various...
From poolcenter.com comes the Chlorine Chemistry Web site. Ten questions related to chlorine are answered such as What's the History of Chlorine, How Does Chlorine Work to Sanitize, and What Effect Does pH Have on...
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