Handout providing a list of sources of data in the library. Specifically, it provides a list of the most useful
compilations of numerical data need for planning experiments and for the analysis of experimental results.
Chemistry-Study and teaching; Chemistry, Physical and theoretical; Nuclear chemistry; Quantum chemistry; Thermodynamics; Statistical mechanics; Chemical kinetics; Molecules-Models; Polymorphism (Crystallography); Solid state chemistry
An annotated bibliography of Physical Chemistry, with links to sources of chemical data on the World Wide Web involving general information, fundamental constants, nuclear chemistry, quantum mechanics, spectroscopy, statistical mechanics,...
Chemistry-Study and teaching; Gas chromatography; Mass spectrometry
Experiment involving the isolation, concentration, separation and identification of the volatile components of a foodstuff (via headspace analysis, capillary gas chromatography, and mass spectra measurements).
An annotated bibliography for Biochemistry, with links to sources of chemical data on the World Wide Web involving general resources, protein structure, the structure and chemistry of nucleic acids, enzymology and protein chemistry.
Chemistry-Study and teaching; Chemistry, Organic; Molecules
An annotated bibliography of Organic Chemistry, with links to sources of chemical data on the World Wide Web involving general information, structures of organic molecules, properties of organic molecules, spectra of organic molecules, reactions,...
Chemistry-Study and teaching; Chemistry, Inorganic; Transition metals; Solid state chemistry; Materials science
An annotated bibliography of Inorganic Chemistry, with links to sources of chemical data on the World Wide Web involving general information, non-transition metals, transition metals, solid-state chemistry and materials science.
Chemistry-Study and teaching; Environmental chemistry
An annotated bibliography for Environmental Chemistry, with links to sources of chemical data on the World Wide Web involving general references, toxic properties, degradation of molecules, remote sensing data, environmental problems and methods of...
Chemistry-Study and teaching; Absorption spectra; Solution (Chemistry); Spectroscopy, Atomic absorption
Experiment consisting of preparing a series of standard solutions containing iron and solutions of metallic alloy samples, then measuring the absorption of light by the atoms of the element when the solutions are aspirated into a flame.
Chemistry-Study and teaching; Handouts; Chemical equations; Chemical reactions; Solution (Chemistry)
Experiment designed to develop the essential skills of the collection of data, the analysis of the results using chemical theory, and the design of additional experiments by way of studying the chemistry of nitrite, iodide, carbonate, dihydrogen...
Chemistry-Study and teaching; Outlines; Syllabi and course descriptions
Syllabus by Professor Steinmetz for a general chemistry course. Chemistry 1a is an introductory course in chemistry that is designed for two groups, those who wish a survey of molecular science and those who plan to concentrate in one of the...
Chemistry-Study and teaching; Handouts; Homework; Crystals; Solvents; Solution (Chemistry); Electrons
Experiment with the objective of synthesizing an inorganic complex compound in pure form and high yield and of discovering the chemistry involved in the syntheses. Determining the compound's paramagnetic susceptibility is involved.