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View Resource Molecules

The Switzerland-based society, Molecular Diversity Preservation International (MDPI) provides this free, online journal, Molecules. This journal of synthetic and natural product chemistry encourages chemists to publish their experimental detail, particularly synthetic procedures and characterization information. "Any scattered unassembled experimental data for individual compounds which is...

http://www.mdpi.org/molecules/
View Resource Organic Chemistry Resources Worldwide

Organic Chemistry Worldwide is an excellent organic chemistry metasite that is not to be missed. Geared toward synthetic organic chemists involved in academic or industrial research, Organic Chemistry Resources Worldwide has a mission to collect and independently annotate "all useful organic chemistry sites and to present them in an intuitive way." This extensive metasite is divided into sections...

http://www.organicworldwide.net/
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 American Chemical Society: Division of Organic Chemistry

Established in 1908, the American Chemical Society (ACS) Organic Chemistry Division created this website to illustrate its work to cultivate and promote the advancement of the field of organic chemistry. Researchers can learn about upcoming meetings and conferences. Chemistry students and educators can learn about fellowship, awards, and employment opportunities. The website provides an extensive...

https://www.organicdivision.org
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 University of Nijmegen - Mol4D: Molecules in four dimensions

Mol4D, a project of the Centre for Molecular and Biomolecular Informatics (CMBI) at the University of Nijmegen (KUN), is a fantastic interactive organic chemistry educational website. It consists of two main parts: Tutorials and Editor. The tutorials cover numerous organic chemistry subjects including molecular orbitals, stereochemistry, and cycloaddition reactions. The Editor allows users to...

http://wetche.cmbi.ru.nl//organic/
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 From Milligrams to Kilograms: Synthetic Chemistry Following Nature's Lead Screenshot

Recently, organic chemists have worked to identify ways to make chemical syntheses and processes more environmentally friendly. In this webinar, courtesy of the Royal Society of Chemistry, visitors can learn about the science behind these green chemistry efforts and how these efforts are shaping medical and process chemistry. This webinar features three presenters who are leaders in this emerging...

https://www.chemistryworld.com/webinars/from-milligrams-to-k...