UT Tyler Department of Chemistry
Chemistry Links of Interest
Careers in Chemistry
- UT Tyler Career Services - Jobs postings, interview preparation, and more!
- American Chemical Society Careers and Job Resources - The American Chemical Society website that provides a wealth of career information as well as links to job postings in C&E News.
- Chronicle of Higher Education Jobs - Tons of job openings for positions in academia.
- Higher Ed Jobs - The name says it all.
- Academic Keys - Another job site for scientists.
- Monster.com - One of the premier job sites.
- Organic-chemistry.com - Organic chemistry R&D job postings that aren't widely advertised.
Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) Information
- Web Directory: Where to Find Material Safety Data Sheets on the Internet - a Material Safety Data Sheet is designed to provide both workers and emergency personnel with the proper procedures for handling or working with that substance.
- Catalyst, The - developed specifically for the high school chemistry teacher, to provide a place for finding relevant information for use in and out of the classroom.
- Chemistry Home - student links to chemistry topics at 6th & 7th form level.
- Chemtutor - first course and tutorial in chemistry designed to work with any high school or college basic chemistry course.
- Journal of Chemical Education - introductions on various chemical topics, ideas for demonstrations, undergraduate laboratory experiments, and more! Requires subscription.
- Tanner's Topics - an educational supplement for the chemistry student. Topics include atoms, molecules, elements, and aqueous solutions.
Online Periodic Tables
- Chemical Elements.com - up to date periodic table created especially for K-12 students.
- Chemicool Periodic Table - provides detailed properties for each element.
- Comic Book Periodic Table - click on an element in this table and see full, referenced comic book pages and covers involving that element. See how comic book heroes have been influenced by chemistry.
- EnvironmentalChemistry.com - elements can be sorted by a variety of properties.
- Los Alamos National Lab periodic table
- Michael's Periodic Table of the Elements - with clickable element descriptions.
- PeriodicSpiral - not your typical periodic table
- Periodic Table - X-ray properties of elements
- Periodic Table - from the University of Akron
- Visual Elements - a collaboration of visual arts and chemistry
- WebElements - provides detailed information about every element in the Periodic Table
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