Author Topic: Professional Chemistry Links  (Read 33338 times)

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Re: Good Sites
« Reply #20 on: December 17, 2001, 01:31:00 PM »
Physical Properties Datasheets

They have some good physical property data for some chemicals of interest to bees

Here is an ok Organic Chemistry Book

Having trouble with common chemistry terms?
Here is a glossary of Chemical Terms

Here is a fairly good review of Chemistry, has organic and lots more.

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Re: Good Site
« Reply #21 on: December 18, 2001, 10:57:00 PM »


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Links to text and journals
« Reply #23 on: January 02, 2002, 06:33:00 PM »
These links may lead to the full text of the journals, to tables of contents


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Re: Professional Chemistry Links
« Reply #24 on: January 16, 2002, 09:38:00 AM »
This might bee of interest to bee's with no background in chemistry.  Not cheap but it looks informative.

The organic chemistry volume

Here is where you order it from and you can look at the contents of all the volumes.

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Re: Professional Chemistry Links
« Reply #25 on: January 31, 2002, 12:51:00 PM »
Some Free Online Journals

ARKIVOC Free Online Journal of Organic Chemistry


Korean Chemical Society(2 journals)

Here is a Madline search engine and free journal listing(305 journals)

Here is a large listing of Organic Named Reactions(Not yet on Rhodiums Page)
You need to register with Chemfinder(one of the following should work)

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Re: Professional Chemistry Links
« Reply #26 on: February 01, 2002, 01:53:00 PM »

MSDS Search Engine

Science oriented Search Engine  Wirewound beated you with that one for 4 months in

Post 218762

(wirewound: "Biological Data, Safety Info, Laboratory Protocols", Methods Discourse)
, but we appreciate the effort made, hehhe ;) LT/


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Re: Professional Chemistry Links
« Reply #27 on: February 04, 2002, 01:10:00 AM »

I found this while looking for indole and pyrrole links.

Also see Post 261178 (not existing) .  The manual of classification pages on the uspto web site seem to load slower than the one above.

Also see:

amphetamines, etc.

A lot of organic chemistry

Inorganic compounds


USPTO classes

Molecular mass calculator (need JavaScript on)


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Online Books
« Reply #28 on: February 06, 2002, 07:38:00 PM »
Online Books of All Kinds, Including Chemistry

The chemistry section has some neat very very old books.  The radiochemistry books have some decent chemical reactions/info about different elements, such as how to make the different salts ect.

Some more very old chemistry texts are here
Check out John French's Art of Distillation (1651)

Many bees can learn something here
Organic Syntheses- Details the synthesis of 25 useful chemicals

Here is a comprehensive lab safety book for anyone interested

Here is a Glassware Gallery


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Re: Online Books
« Reply #29 on: February 23, 2002, 01:44:00 AM »
Chemistry Links

Advanced Organic Lab Experiments

Good research group. Sonochemistry and electrochemistry mostly.  All of their publications can bee downloaded for free.  It might bee worth a browse.


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Re: Professional Chemistry Links
« Reply #30 on: February 24, 2002, 12:21:00 AM »
The 7 Golden Rules of Chemistry

Explain a lot about the reasons organic molecules interact the way that they do.


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Chemguide - Helping you to understand Chemistry
« Reply #31 on: March 26, 2002, 01:30:00 PM »
Atomic Structure and Bonding

Covers basic atomic properties (electronic structures, ionisation energies, electron affinities, atomic and ionic radii), bonding (including intermolecular bonding) and structures (ionic, molecular, giant covalent and metallic).

Basic Organic Chemistry

Includes help on bonding, naming and isomerism, and a discussion of organic acids and bases.

Organic Reaction Mechanisms

Covers all the mechanisms required by the current UK advanced level syllabuses.

Instrumental analysis

Explains how you can analyse substances using machines - mass spectrometry, infra-red spectroscopy and NMR.

Calculations in A'level Chemistry

Describes a source of help for all the calculations you are likely to meet in either AS or A level chemistry.


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missing post
« Reply #32 on: April 06, 2002, 02:04:00 AM »
Post 261178 (not existing) is missing.  Also see

Post 264778

(PolytheneSam: "Re: Professional Chemistry Links", Methods Discourse)
.  In post 261178 I discussed this page

and class 74 subclass DIG9 on perpetual motion gimmicks.  The uspto page needs to have Javascript enabled to work.
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« Reply #33 on: April 06, 2002, 07:18:00 AM »
I compared the missing post nr 261178 with our lists of deleted posts in the Staff forum, and it didn't match. Also not with wildcards before and/or after the number. That means that the post is lost in some other magical way, I did not delete it by accident. LT/



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nice periodic table of elements
« Reply #34 on: May 06, 2002, 04:42:00 AM »


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Ammonia NH3 annie info
« Reply #35 on: May 22, 2002, 08:46:00 AM »

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General Reference
« Reply #36 on: May 22, 2002, 09:26:00 AM »
Want to find info online on any subject?
Go here

Chemistry Webzine

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Another Solvent Property Database
« Reply #37 on: August 09, 2002, 06:36:00 PM »

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Measurement standards, plastic resin codes
« Reply #38 on: September 12, 2002, 06:43:00 PM »
Probably a repost but Ill put it again for quick reference. Feel free to delete if its an obvious repost....i needed it.
SI units

units oustide the SI

Illustrated glassware dictionary

Types of glass.

Resin codes:
ACL          acetal (polyoxymethylene)
ECTFE        Halar® ECTFE (ethylene-chlorotrifluoroethylene copolymer)
ETFE         Tefzel® ETFE (ethylene-tetrafluoroethylene)
FEP          Teflon® FEP (fluorinated ethylene propylene)
FLPE         fluorinated high-density polyethylene
HDPE         high-density polyethylene
LDPE         low-density polyehylene
PC           polycarbonate
PCT      poly (1,4 cyclohexylene dimethylene terephthalate)
PET          polyethylene terephthalate
PFA          Teflon® PFA (perfluoroalkoxy)
PMMA         polymethyl methacrylate (acrylic)
PMP          polymethylpentene ("TPX")
PP           polypropylene
PPCO         polypropylene copolymer
PS           polystyrene
PSF          polysulfone
PUR          polyurethane
PVC          polyvinyl chloride
PVDF         polyvinylidene fluoride
TFE          Teflon® TFE (tetrafluoroethylene)
TPE          thermoplastic elastomer
XLPE         cross-linked high-density polyethylene

If I'm reading this correctly, and I like to think that I am.....


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Ephedra sinica and all you need to know
« Reply #39 on: September 27, 2002, 08:05:00 AM »