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View Resource The Cramer Group

As part of the Computational Chemistry Group at the University of Minnesota, The Cramer Group developed this Web site to illustrate its research efforts in molecular modeling and computational chemistry. Researchers can learn about the group's projects dealing with Structure and Reactivity, Solvation, High Spin Organic Molecules, and Organophophorus. The site provides abstracts for Cramer's...

http://pollux.chem.umn.edu/index.html
View Resource Purdue University: Division of Organic Chemistry

Purdue University created this website to promote its organic chemistry department's diverse research initiatives. This expansive website provides links to materials on twelve of the faculty's chemistry research groups. Research includes NMR imaging of micellar solutions, hydride fuel cell examinations, dimerization inhibitors of transcription factors, and gas phase synthesis. Users can find lists...

https://www.chem.purdue.edu/orgdiv/
View Resource Oxford University: Interactive Organic Mechanisms

This Oxford University website offers new Macromedia Flash Player interactive tutorials to assist students with organic chemistry reactions. After a brief summary of nucleophilic substitutions and eliminations involving one and two components in the rate determining step, students can learn about the reactions through a series of problems with useful guidelines. After an individual finishes the...

http://www.chem.ox.ac.uk/vrchemistry/iom/
View Resource Chemistry PowerPoint Lessons and Instructional Materials

Before becoming an author, Jeremy Schneider was a chemistry teacher. Over the past several years he has placed a number of helpful instructional resources here on his site. These particular resources cover atomic structure, quantum mechanics, atomic size, bonding, and several dozen additional topics. Visitors can browse through these resources at their leisure and each topic area includes a brief...

http://www.chalkbored.com/lessons/chemistry-12.htm
View Resource Organic Chemistry Animations

Students who might be puzzled by the world of organic chemistry will definitely want to bookmark this useful site created by a team of researchers at the University of Liverpool. The site focuses on providing interactive 3D animations for a number of important organic reactions that will be encountered by students taking organic chemistry. The site's homepage contains a list of recent updates and...

http://www.chemtube3d.com/
View Resource Chem51A: Organic Chemistry

The OpenCourseWare Initiative has brought hundreds of course materials to people from Indonesia to Indiana. The University of California, Irvine has a number of excellent materials, one of which is this particular course offering. This course in organic chemistry was created by Professor James Nowick. On the site, visitors can view 27 different lectures from the fall 2009 iteration of the course....

http://ocw.uci.edu/courses/chem_51a_organic_chemistry.html
View Resource Virtual Textbook of Organic Chemistry

Before his retirement in 1999, Professor William Reusch began working on a virtual organic chemistry textbook that could be used by anyone with an interest in the subject. On this site, visitors can take advantage of his labors, and the introduction to this important subject offered on the homepage is a great place to start. After entering the main area of the site, visitors will find two columns...

http://www.cem.msu.edu/~reusch/vtxtindex.htm
View Resource Organic Chemistry and Your Cellphone Screenshot

The National Center for Case Study Teaching in Science releases new and helpful teaching materials on a regular basis. This recent addition to the Center's great resources deals with organic chemistry and cellphones. Crafted by Courtney Meyet and Richard Hooley of the University of California, Riverside, this case study guides students "through a systematic exploration of the synthesis and...

http://sciencecases.lib.buffalo.edu/cs/collection/detail.asp...