Math for Nursing Students, the nursing school site with unit conversion exercises.
Molecular Expressions Science, Optics and You, this is the "zoom-in" order of magnitude site.
Chemtutor, a site that discusses chemical vs. physical changes and provides various reactions to balance (single - double - etc.)
Analytical Sciences, a completely free journal covering topics related to "the theory and practice of analytical sciences, including fundamental and applied, inorganic and organic, wet chemical and instrumental methods."
Molecular Universe provides abundant images and explanatory text on molecules and molecular systems. The site's main provider is Richard Catlow, Director of the Davy Faraday Research Laboratory at the Royal Institution of Great Britain.
Chemical of the Week Written for laypeople as well as chemistry students, this page is actually fun to read.
General Chemistry Online General Chemistry Online, created by Frederick Senese, a professor at Frostburg State University, is a guide and resource for introductory chemistry students. The Companion is a study guide covering the basic concepts of an introductory general chemistry course. Topics include measurement, molecules and compounds, and the quantum theory.
Nelson Chemistry Resource Page More than 150 Web resources for topics such as the periodic table, famous chemists, chemical reactions, and electrochemistry.
ChemCenter Home of the American Chemical Society
WebElements In addition to complete descriptions (which include spellings in five languages), WebElements includes chemical, isotope, spectroscopy, electronic, biological (including abundance in humans) and geological data.
Organic Chemistry Resources Worldwide This extensive metasite is divided into sections on literature, laboratory resources, spectroscopy and spectrometry, nomenclature and teaching, and conferences and organizations.
Chemistry Web Book, from the National Institute of Standards and Technology, thermodynamic data for over 5,000 chemical compounds and on ion-energetics data for over 10,000 chemical compounds. See also the NIST Physical Reference Data Book.
Oxidation/Reduction, created by team members from Kapi'olani Community College and Leeward Community College, this site provides educators and students with a colorful background lesson in oxidation and reduction.
The ChemTeam, chemistry tutorials, geared towards high school students. Sections presented at the site are Acid Base, Radioactivity, Equilibrium, Thermochemistry, Colligative Properties, and Reduction Oxidation, among many others.
Chemistry Department at Imperial College, London Be sure to check out "hyperactive molecules" and "molecule of the month"!
Chemistry and Industry Magazine a bimonthly product of the Society of Chemical Industry; selected full-text articles from the print magazine
Chemistry Hypermedia Project, tutorials from Virginia Tech
Alchemy: A Virtual Library, a wonderful resource for this medieval science. Lots of fun, good graphics here.
Updated 11 Jan 2012