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  • 21st Century Problem Solving: These Web pages provide examples of problems solved using reliable problem solving methods.
  • ChemEd: Chemistry Education Resources. Courses and topics.
  • Chemical Science and Technology (CST) - Los Alamos: Specializes in waste management, isotope and nuclear chemistry, biochemistry and health, chemical analysis, and environmental chemistry.
  • Chemistry Resources on the Web: Lorenzo Williams' excellent collection of resources on the Web for chemists.
  • CHEMystery: A virtual chemistry textbook.
  • Instructional Software for Chemistry - ChemCAI: Software sources, demonstration materials and other resources of interest to Chemistry teachers and course designers.
  • Internet Chemistry Resources: Book catalogs; databases; document delivery; e-mail servers, list-servs, newstroups, etc.
  • Periodic Table of the Elements: Click on an element to see more information (Atomic Number, Atomic Symbol, Atomic Weight, Electron Configuration, History).
  • Prode: Useful information in the fields of chemical engineering and plant design.
  • Real Data Resources: It is now recommended that K-12 students analyze actual science and math data collected by themselves and others.

    SchoolNet - Math and Science: Annotated lists of science and math resources for: biology and health, chemistry, environment and ecology, mathematics, physics, and technology.

    Scientific Computing & Automation: Chemical Databases, Super-Computing, Medical, Government, Visualization, Genome Project, Energy, Physics, Nuclear, Mathematics, Electronic Journals, Preprint Servers, Educational & Research.
  • Scientific Graphing Lesson: Details the Derivation of the Slope Intercept Formula; The Slope-Intercept Formula in Chemistry; Linear Relationships in Chemistry.
  • Science Help Online/ Chemistry: Another good chemistry site with worksheets you can print out!
  • Sheffield ChemDex: List of Internet chemistry sites
  • Study Work's! Practice Balancing Chemical Equations: This was Cody's favorite site because of the Java you could use for practicing balancing out different chemical formulas. It does not give you the correct answers if you are stuck. You just have to keep trying until you get the "Okay, good job!", lol. But my son enjoyed it and learned enough to ace his Pace Unit!!!
  • Technology for All Americans Project: In an effort to increase the technological literacy of all Americans, NSF and NASA funded this project to develop a clear vision of what it means to be technologically literate.
  • WebElements: The periodic table on the World Wide Web.
  • The Why Files An electronic exploration of the science behind the news, carried out by the National Institute for Science Education (NISE) and sponsored by NSF.
  • World-Wide Web Virtual Library: Chemistry: WWW Chemistry Sites at Academic Institutions.

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