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Physics To Go is an online monthly mini-magazine and a collection of more than 950 websites with physics images, activities, and information. Physics To Go is produced by the American Physical Society (APS).
Tutorials, animations, problems, answers and solutions...from ComPADRE
ComPADRE creates, hosts, and maintains collections of educational and community resources focused on the needs of specific audiences in Physics and Astronomy Education.
Compound Interest is a site that aims to take a closer look at the chemical compounds we come across on a day-to-day basis, explaining them with easy-to-understand graphics. The site is run single-handedly by Andy Brunning, chemistry educator based in Cambridge, UK.
Need information about chemical compound or solution? Need to balance a chemical equation? Get formulas? Wolfram|Alpha will help you with all. See this guide's "How to balance chemical equation" tab for help with, well, balancing chemical equations (under the "Tutorials on the Web" tab)
The links will take you to a page at an educational or commercial website where useful (and hopefully entertaining!), information can be found about a particularly interesting molecule.From the University of Bristol, School of Chemistry.
The Chemistry Collective is a collection of virtual labs, scenario-based learning activities, and concepts tests which can be incorporated into a variety of teaching approaches as pre-labs, alternatives to textbook homework, and in-class activities for individuals or teams. It is organized by a group of faculty and staff at Carnegie Mellon University for college and high school teachers who are interested in using, assessing, and/or creating engaging online activities for chemistry education.
Listen to podcasts, by leading scientists (UK), on stories behind compounds and the elements in the periodic table. Transcript for each podcast is available.
Chemistry World is published by The Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC).