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CHEM 245: Experimental Organic Chemistry I: Supplemental Online Resources

Resources to support Chemistry 245, Organic Chemistry Lab

Useful Websites

  • Web-sters' Organic Chemistry
  • (http://www.chemconnections.org/Websters/)  links to many sites of interest to both scientists and educators in chemistry.

  • Organic Reaction Trivia Quizzes and Games 
  • (http://www.sporcle.com/games/tags/    organicchemistry) by Sporcle, Inc (Copyright 2007-2016). There are over 100 organic chemistry quizzes on this site,  challenge your friends.

  • IUPAC Nomenclature of Organic Chemistry 
  • (http://www.acdlabs.com/iupac/nomenclature/)   gives the rules of nomenclature for organic molecules. It is divided into sections based on the class of compound being named.

Online Periodic Tables

  • The Visual Elements Periodic Table by the Royal Society of Chemistry. (http://www.rsc.org/periodic-table) This unique periodic table combines art with science. In addition to giving nomenclature and physical property information for each element, each chemical has a piece of visual art associated with it.

  • Periodic Table: Webelements (https://www.webelements.com/) This periodic table comes from the University of Sheffield in the United Kingdom.

  • Most Beautiful Periodic Table in the World (http://www.periodictable.com//) Theodore Gray's "Most Beautiful Periodic Table in the World" brings together the best of his collection of thousands of pictures of element samples. This site also includes lots of information about the elements, as well as many more pictures of each.

  • Chemical Elements.com: an Online, Interactive Periodic Table (http://www.chemicalelements.com/index.html) Click on an element or a group name to find out more information, including name, weight, atomic structure, and interesting historical facts.

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Periodic Table humor

Some of these just have to be seen to be believed!