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View Resource Molecular Models

Created and maintained by Dr. Dave Woodcock of the Chemistry Department at Okanagan University College in British Columbia, Canada, this site features models of over 1,100 molecules in .pdb, or Chemscape Chime, format (link to free download provided). Users may search the molecular database using an internal search engine or browse by category or alphabetically. Index page entries include the...

View Resource Carboxylic Acids

Organic chemistry exam/quiz questions. Keywords: Acyl Chlorides; Anhydrides; Esters; Amides; Nitriles; Decarboxylation; Extraction; Nomenclature; Synthesis.

View Resource Glossary of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

Provided by Portland Press, this online version of David Glick's glossary of over 3,000 Biochemistry and Molecular Biology terms offers concise (usually one sentence) definitions of both common and more obscure words. The glossary may be browsed alphabetically or searched by keyword. Definitions assume users have a basic familiarity with the biosciences, and the glossary is probably most useful...

View Resource The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: Chemistry Fundamentals Program

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Chemistry Fundamentals Program offers an interactive review of the fundamentals of chemistry for incoming college freshman chemistry students. The basic link offers materials about chemical nomenclature, atomic structure, stoichiometry, and acid base chemistry. After learning about these essentials, users can progress to more advanced topics such as...

View Resource Selectivity in Analytical Chemistry

The International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC) has put online a draft of recommendations for the correct use of the terms "selectivity" and "specificity" in analytical chemistry. The provisional report, available for download in .pdf format, was drafted by the IUPAC's Analytical Division Task Force, and reader comments are welcomed until September 30, 2001.

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