Homepage for Chemistry 106, Environmental Chemistry. The course provides an examination of environmental systems such as the atmosphere and the oceans from a molecular perspective and will critically examine chemical sources of environmental...
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; 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,...
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; Wilderness areas; Environmentalism
Handout providing details for the ID1, Section 25 final research paper and oral presentation on a wilderness site or potential wilderness area which has been lost or compromised or might be lost in the near future.
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; 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.