Chemistry Quick Facts

October 31, 2007 -- From Julian, a teacher, from Israel, who is affiliated with the site.

The philosophy behind this site is to provide quick accessible tabulated chemistry information

The Wooden Periodic Table Table

October 11, 2007 -- From Paul, a parent, from Brooklyn, NY, who is not affiliated with the site.

This site has a great learning tool and reference in the Periodic Table Mr. Gray created. If you click on an element, it gives you loads of information about it, including example of items that contain it.

Chemistry Resources Worldwide

April 20, 2007 -- From Sergey, a parent, who is affiliated with the site.

Comprehensive and evaluated guide to web sites related to chemistry and the chemical industry.

Online science game

June 22, 2006 -- From Mark, a reader, from United States, who is affiliated with the site.

Wonder Whiz Kids helps your kids improve on basics, a grasp on fundamental concepts of science in an interactive
and collaborative environment.


June 7, 2006 -- From Phillip, a teacher, from Singapore, who is not affiliated with the site.

Contains in-depth and comprehensive flash animation of 30+ minutes duration each on physcis, chemistry, bio – virus, photosynthsis, neuronal transmission, blood, bird flu virus, wire, wood and wood burning, alcohol, cement, coffee, cotton, matter, CD, Rubber, hair, solid, liquid and gas etc

Environmental Chemistry: Periodic Table of Elements

August 27, 2003 -- From Kenneth Barbalace, a reader from Portland ME, who is affiliated with the site

This periodic table of elements provides comprehensive data on elements including scores of properties, element names in many languages and most known nuclides. Throughout the site technical terms are linked to their definitions.

Element Matching Game

March 12, 2000 -- From Stephen F. Gagnon, a reader from Newport News, Virginia who is affiliated with the site

How well do you know the elements? Quiz yourself with this online matching game! The computer will give you a list of chemical symbols and a list of chemical names. Choose the chemical name that each chemical symbol represents. There are four levels of difficulty to choose from.