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Chemistry on the Web

Chemistry on the Web is a regular feature in Chemistry Review which started in Volume 6. It is intended to help and encourage chemistry students to get the most from the World Wide Web.

The World Wide Web is an ephemeral thing, and URLs change or disappear. We will do our best to update the links if they change, but please let us know if any of the links do not work.

You can e-mail us at chemrev@york.ac.uk.

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Volume 17

  • No. 1 Molecule of the Month

Volume 16

  • No. 1 The Nano-World Wide Web
  • No. 2 Practical Internet
  • No. 3 Extreme Internet
  • No. 4 Bright Sites – in search of the most useful chemistry website

Volume 15

  • No. 1 Chemical Role Models
  • No. 2 The science of surfing
  • No. 3 Spectroscopy, reaction mechanisms and chemical calculations
  • No. 4 A world of science just a click away

Volume 14

  • No. 1 Light: the fuel of life
  • No. 2 Chemistry by numbers
  • No. 3 A greener industry

Volume 13

  • No. 1 Analyse this!
  • No. 2 British Antartic Survey
  • No. 4 Transition metals in organic chemistry

Volume 12

  • No. 2 Find your way with the web index
  • No. 3 Catalysis for success!
  • No. 4 The double helix 50 years on

Volume 11

  • No. 1 Chocolate gingers
  • No. 2 The virtual library
  • No. 4 Plastastic!

Volume 10

  • No. 1 To boldly go…
  • No. 2 Chemistry in the shed!
  • No. 3 Virtually isomeric
  • No. 4 No worries!

Volume 9

  • No. 1 Green Sites
  • No. 2 The Nobel Prize
  • No. 3 A world of virtual chemistry
  • No. 4 A site for you
  • No. 5 Surf 'n' learn

Volume 8

  • No. 1 Poison
  • No. 2 Fire!

Volume 7

  • No. 1 Buckminsterfullerenes
  • No. 2 Green pages
  • No. 3 Ring the Changes with Chime
  • No. 4 Life, the Universe and the Electron

Volume 6

  • No. 1 WebElements
  • No. 2 Finding Information about Degree Courses
  • No. 3 Molecule of the Month
  • No. 4 CHEMystery
  • No. 5 MathMol