A list with limited search interface for more than 50 ACS peer-reviewed journals
In addition to the ACS journals linked above, the American Chemical Society provides a variety of information and services of interest to chemistry students from high school through graduate school and to chemists at all levels of teaching and research. The ACS also presents lesson plan materials and online course materials from high school through professional continuing education at their Education subsite.
ChemBioFinder.com is an online chemistry and biology reference database searchable by chemical name, weight, formula, or CAS number. With almost 2 million compounds indexed and linked to other web sites, it provides a wealth of chemical information for professional chemists and students alike. ChemBioFinder.com is the gateway to all databases available from CambridgeSoft from PerkinElmer. Users of ChemBioFinder.com are allowed 5 free searches before we request them to register with us as a cambridgesoft.com website user. The CambridgeSoft from PerkinElmer user account is free and you should feel free to ignore the database promotional material which will result from this registration.
This site includes a large variety of information relating to all areas of chemistry and links to resources including references sources, databases, and articles.
ChemSpider is a free chemical structure database, created and mainatained by the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC), providing fast text and structure search access to over 26 million structures from hundreds of data sources.
This site publishes the latest version of the NIST Standard Reference Database which presently provides information primarily on organic compounds.
An extensive but unannotated list of links to chemical industry and pharmaceutical industry professional sites maintained by Wendy Warr & Associates (a consulting firm in cheminformatics)
This list of over 30 searchable data files maintained by the University of Illinois Chemistry Library covers everything from solubility to gas-phase kinetics and comes from government (i.e. EPA, NIH), academic (i.e. Colby College, Vanderbuilt), and industry (Knovel, CambridgeSoft) sources.
Science.gov contains reliable information resources selected by the respective agencies as their best science information. Two major types of information are included selected authoritative science Web sites and databases of technical reports, journal articles, conference proceedings, and other published materials. (The specific content varies by database.) The selected Web sites can be explored from the science.gov homepage. The Web pages and the databases can be searched individually or simultaneously from the search page.
Provides full text of seminal papers in the history of chemistry.
This web site is produced by the Skeptics Society and provides articles on a variety of topics providing scientific evidence to refute extraordinary claims and promote scientific analysis of the natural world.
One of the Research Information Databases created and maintained by the National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (Japan). Compounds can be searched using compound name, molecular formula, molecular weight, CAS Registry number, or SDBS number and any of six spectra can be specified.
Provides access to tutorials and virtual labs relating to inorganic chemistry, maintained by Oxford University
Web Elements: the periodical table on the web
This site provides an online version of the periodic table of elements with easy to use navigation features that allow users to get additional information about elements.
What the heck is Adv. Cat. Nano. Mat.? CASSI can give you an accurate answer so you can use SciFinder or another bibliographic index to find this journal.