Top Interactives and Animations

Canvas Mol Canvas Mol is a website that provides 3D, interactive, rotating models of simple and complex molecules.
Chemistry – Wisc-Online Learning Objects for Chemistry.
Chemmy Bear
Exploring earth : Investigations Common elements, crystal and visualisations
Exploring Earth : Visualizations
Indiana University molecular structures centre
3D models of crystals
Molecular library

Library of molecular 3-D structures
Molecule of the month
Sumanas Animation Gallery
Animations of topics in biology, chemistry, earth sciences, and statistics.


Top Websites

Avogadro Chemistry Topics
Definitions, calculations test, resources, and links
Chemical Education Digital Library
Covers the entire spectrum of the chemical sciences
Design chemistry
This website for chemistry students has information about alkanes, elements, atomic structure, bonding, catalysts, metals, halogens, helium atoms, ions, pH, acids, chromatography, balanced equations, rate of reaction, bee stings and the Periodic Table.
Kitchen chemistry
From the Exploratorium.
Learn Chemistry
Find hundreds of resources to help you learn and teach the fundamentals of chemistry.
Molecule of the month
Practical Chemistry
This website is for teachers of chemistry in schools and colleges. It is a collection of experiments that demonstrate a wide range of chemical concepts and processes.
Chemistry Revision
Chemical equations revision quiz
From Birmingham Grid for Learning.
The revision website for A Level Chemistry.
Chemistry Lessons
Basic chemistry help is available here for high school students. Chemtutor begins with the fundamentals and gives expert help with the most difficult phases of understanding your first course in chemistry.
Khan Academy Chemistry Lessons
Videos on YouTube which have been recorded by Salman Khan.
McGill University : Cool Free Chemistry courses online
MIT’S OpenCourseWare

Useful Websites for HSC Students
The ChemCollective
A collection of virtual labs, scenario-based learning activities, and concepts tests which can be incorporated into a variety of teaching approaches as pre-labs, alternatives to textbook homework, and in-class activities. From Carnegie Mellon University.
Chemical Reactions
By Anthony Carpi, Ph.D. From VisionLearning.
Chemistry for Physical Sciences
Prepared by Ed Love and Jill Reade, Launceston College, Tasmania Australia.
General Chemistry online
By Fred Senese, Dept. of Chemistry Frostburg State University.
GSCE Chemistry
Le Chatelier’s principle
From Aus-e-Tute.
National Hydrogen Institute of Australia
The Plastics and Chemical Industries Association
Polymer discovery – online HSC resources
Serendip Interactive Chemistry

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