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[*] posted on 18-9-2006 at 00:16
Great Online Chemistry Texts for the Beginner and the Curious!


This should be made a sticky for posting informative links
Why reinvent the wheel when there is good material already available

Bromic's home chemistry page _
http://www.destructve.com/bromicacid/bookprogress.htm
General teaching texts
http://www.chemguide.co.uk/index.html#top
http://131.104.156.23/Lectures/CHEM_462/462_chapter_1.html
http://www.chembook.co.uk
http://users.ox.ac.uk/~mwalter/index.htm
http://www.cem.msu.edu/~reusch/VirtualText/intro1.htm
http://www.cem.msu.edu/~reusch/VirtualText/intro1b.htm
http://72.14.209.104/search?q=cache:3WVuh_wL4OcJ:www2.latech...

http://www.ochem4free.com
( links from this site available here below, if the server blocks access try
copying the link and paste it into the address bar of your browser , try both
links , the page link as well as the pdf download link below each topic )

You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader on your computer to be able to read the
files. Windows users, please do not right click and attempt to save—because
of our setup it won't work properly. Left click on the file name and, if Adobe
Acrobat reader is properly installed on your computer, the file will download.
Once the file is downloaded, be sure to save it from Acrobat. Make note of the
dates beside the files and come back periodically to check for updated files.
Downloading a file assumes that you agree with the restrictions listed on the
Fine Print page. Also, at the bottom of the page are links to a couple of sets of
supplementary exercises and solutions. Pick up those as well.

0-Students' Guide to Success in Organic Chemistry (7/5/05) http://www.ochem4free.com/clickcounter/clickReg.php?clickid=...
http://www.ochem4free.com/pdf/00-Success.pdf
1-Atoms, Orbitals, Bonds (7/5/05) http://www.ochem4free.com/clickcounter/clickReg.php?clickid=...
http://www.ochem4free.com/pdf/01-Atoms.pdf
2-Organic Nomenclature (7/5/05) http://www.ochem4free.com/clickcounter/clickReg.php?clickid=...
http://www.ochem4free.com/pdf/02-Naming.pdf
3-Conformations (7/5/05) http://www.ochem4free.com/clickcounter/clickReg.php?clickid=...
http://www.ochem4free.com/pdf/03-Conform.pdf
4-Physical Properties (7/5/05) http://www.ochem4free.com/clickcounter/clickReg.php?clickid=...
http://www.ochem4free.com/pdf/04-Property.pdf
5-Acid/Base Chemistry (7/5/05) http://www.ochem4free.com/clickcounter/clickReg.php?clickid=...
http://www.ochem4free.com/pdf/05-Acid-base.pdf
6-Reaction Mechanisms (7/5/05) http://www.ochem4free.com/clickcounter/clickReg.php?clickid=...
http://www.ochem4free.com/pdf/06-Mechanisms.pdf
7-Nucleophilic Additions to Carbonyl (7/5/05) http://www.ochem4free.com/clickcounter/clickReg.php?clickid=...
http://www.ochem4free.com/pdf/07-Addition.pdf
8-Nucleophilic Substitutions on Carbonyl (7/5/05) http://www.ochem4free.com/clickcounter/clickReg.php?clickid=...
http://www.ochem4free.com/pdf/08-Substitution.pdf
8A-Reaction Summary I (7/5/05) http://www.ochem4free.com/clickcounter/clickReg.php?clickid=...
http://www.ochem4free.com/pdf/08A-Summary-1.pdf
9-Infrared/Mass (7/05/05) http://www.ochem4free.com/clickcounter/clickReg.php?clickid=...
http://www.ochem4free.com/pdf/09-Infrared.pdf
10-NMR (7/05/05) http://www.ochem4free.com/clickcounter/clickReg.php?clickid=...
http://www.ochem4free.com/pdf/10-NMR.pdf
11-Chirality (7/5/05) http://www.ochem4free.com/clickcounter/clickReg.php?clickid=...
http://www.ochem4free.com/pdf/11-Chirality.pdf
12-Nucleophilic Substitutions (7/5/05) http://www.ochem4free.com/clickcounter/clickReg.php?clickid=...
http://www.ochem4free.com/pdf/12-Substitutions.pdf
13-Eliminations (7/5/05) http://www.ochem4free.com/clickcounter/clickReg.php?clickid=...
http://www.ochem4free.com/pdf/13-Eliminations.pdf
14-Additions (7/5/05) http://www.ochem4free.com/clickcounter/clickReg.php?clickid=...
http://www.ochem4free.com/pdf/14-Additions.pdf
15-Organic Synthesis (7/5/05) http://www.ochem4free.com/clickcounter/clickReg.php?clickid=...
http://www.ochem4free.com/pdf/15-Synthesis.pdf
15A-Reaction Summary II (7/5/05) http://www.ochem4free.com/clickcounter/clickReg.php?clickid=...
http://www.ochem4free.com/pdf/15A-Summary-2.pdf
16-Conjugation (7/5/05) http://www.ochem4free.com/clickcounter/clickReg.php?clickid=...
http://www.ochem4free.com/pdf/16-Conjugation.pdf
17-Aromaticity (7/5/05) http://www.ochem4free.com/clickcounter/clickReg.php?clickid=...
http://www.ochem4free.com/pdf/17-Aromaticity.pdf
18-Aromatic Reactions (3/2/06) http://www.ochem4free.com/clickcounter/clickReg.php?clickid=...
http://www.ochem4free.com/pdf/18-Aromatic.pdf
18A-Reaction Summary III (7/5/05) http://www.ochem4free.com/clickcounter/clickReg.php?clickid=...
http://www.ochem4free.com/pdf/18A-Summary-3.pdf
19-alpha Carbonyl Substitution (7/5/05) http://www.ochem4free.com/clickcounter/clickReg.php?clickid=...
http://www.ochem4free.com/pdf/19-Carbonyl.pdf
20-Carbonyl Condensation Reactions (7/5/05) http://www.ochem4free.com/clickcounter/clickReg.php?clickid=...
http://www.ochem4free.com/pdf/20-Carbonyl.pdf
21-Radical Reactions (7/5/05) http://www.ochem4free.com/clickcounter/clickReg.php?clickid=...
http://www.ochem4free.com/pdf/21-Radical.pdf
21A-Reaction Summary IV (7/5/05) http://www.ochem4free.com/clickcounter/clickReg.php?clickid=...
http://www.ochem4free.com/pdf/21A-Summary-4.pdf
22-Polymer Chemistry (7/5/05) http://www.ochem4free.com/clickcounter/clickReg.php?clickid=...
http://www.ochem4free.com/pdf/22-Polymer.pdf
23-Amino Acids (7/5/05) http://www.ochem4free.com/clickcounter/clickReg.php?clickid=...
http://www.ochem4free.com/pdf/23-Protein.pdf
24-Carbohydrates (7/5/05) http://www.ochem4free.com/clickcounter/clickReg.php?clickid=...
http://www.ochem4free.com/pdf/24-Sugar.pdf
25-Nucleic Acids (7/5/05) http://www.ochem4free.com/clickcounter/clickReg.php?clickid=...
http://www.ochem4free.com/pdf/25-Nucleic.pdf
Appendix A-pKa Table (7/5/05) http://www.ochem4free.com/clickcounter/clickReg.php?clickid=...
http://www.ochem4free.com/pdf/AppendixA.pdf
Appendix B-IR Table (7/5/05) http://www.ochem4free.com/clickcounter/clickReg.php?clickid=...
http://www.ochem4free.com/pdf/AppendixB.pdf
Appendix C-NMR Table (7/5/05) http://www.ochem4free.com/clickcounter/clickReg.php?clickid=...
http://www.ochem4free.com/pdf/AppendixC.pdf
Appendix D-Reaction List (7/5/05) http://www.ochem4free.com/clickcounter/clickReg.php?clickid=...
http://www.ochem4free.com/pdf/AppendixD.pdf
Appendix E-Named Reactions (7/5/05) http://www.ochem4free.com/clickcounter/clickReg.php?clickid=...
http://www.ochem4free.com/pdf/AppendixE.pdf
Appendix F-Synthesis Answers (7/5/05) http://www.ochem4free.com/clickcounter/clickReg.php?clickid=...
http://www.ochem4free.com/pdf/AppendixF.pdf

You do understand the need to work as many exercises as possible? That is
the ONLY way to real success in Organic Chemistry. To get you started, here
are some links to a couple of chapters of exercises and answers. The rest are
available on the Printed Books page!

1-Atoms, Orbitals, Bonds (7/5/05) Supplementary exercises http://www.ochem4free.com/clickcounter/clickReg.php?clickid=...
http://www.ochem4free.com/pdf/01-AtomsSE.pdf
1-Atoms, Orbitals, Bonds (7/5/05) Answer Key http://www.ochem4free.com/clickcounter/clickReg.php?clickid=...
http://www.ochem4free.com/pdf/01-AtomsAK.pdf
12-Nucleophilic Substitutions (7/5/05) Supplementary Exercises http://www.ochem4free.com/clickcounter/clickReg.php?clickid=...
http://www.ochem4free.com/pdf/12-SubstitutionsSE.pdf
12-Nucleophilic Substitutions (7/5/05) Answer Key http://www.ochem4free.com/clickcounter/clickReg.php?clickid=...
http://www.ochem4free.com/pdf/12-SubstitutionsAK.pdf


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[*] posted on 18-9-2006 at 08:05


Ooh, thank you very much! I've been scanning the web and recently settled on a book by Prentice Hall for my chemistry self education, but these additional texts should be useful, especially if I'm looking for a different point of view that explains something better to me.
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[*] posted on 19-9-2006 at 07:01


very good,thank you ,this is very good
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[*] posted on 12-10-2006 at 17:30
Wonderful


Sick, very helpful

Thank you :)
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[*] posted on 12-10-2006 at 18:49


Thank you Franklyn. I agree that this deserves making it sticky, our first sticky thread in the Beginnings section.

I'd like to emphasise that this thread is meant for informative links for the Beginner. Literature that is subject-specific, specialised or advanced is still to be posted in the Reference Forum.

Another very informative website, albeit in German, is at http://www.lambdasyn.org .
I'd also recommend Woelen's website, at http://www.oelen.net/science .


Let's see how this goes. Please refrain from posting ebooks here - stick to openly available literature, and it'll stay here. Else, this will also go to the references forum.




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[*] posted on 14-10-2006 at 20:05


Can I add,
Oxford University Virtual Chemistry. Lots of useful links here. Especially, The free pre university chemistry course.
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[*] posted on 3-11-2006 at 05:01


Thank you, it is very useful.:)
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[*] posted on 9-12-2006 at 06:18


That list of books is just great.
Excuse me if I didn't read paying attention but, dou you have some practice books, I mean, books for lab, with test and practices about the begginers topics?

If you know about somene please let me know. I'm very interested.
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[*] posted on 5-1-2007 at 05:12


good thank you
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[*] posted on 9-2-2007 at 03:47


This is the first central index page , A , B, for this very complete introductory
chemistry 900 + page teaching site. All subsequent pages are accessible from
the links at the top under this heading in the white area.
" Alphabetical Site Index for Chemistry, Radioactivity and Earth Science
http://www.wpbschoolhouse.btinternet.co.uk/alpha_index.htm#B...
Sample pages _
links to periodic tables
http://www.wpbschoolhouse.btinternet.co.uk/Elements_List.htm
all known reaction types
http://www.wpbschoolhouse.btinternet.co.uk/page01/ReactionTy...
VSEPR and Lewis diagrams
http://www.wpbschoolhouse.btinternet.co.uk/page06/molecule_s...

- P.S. yahoo can sometimes provide good answers also
http://au.answers.yahoo.com/question/index.php?qid=200611141...

- Organic chem resource * *
http://www.uoi.gr/cerp/2002_February/pdf/05Moulay.pdf

Update 29-03-07

Organic Chemistry , L.G. Wade 5th edition 2003

http://cyber.gwc.cccd.edu/faculty/wnguyen/U1.pdf

http://cyber.gwc.cccd.edu/faculty/wnguyen/U2.pdf

http://cyber.gwc.cccd.edu/faculty/wnguyen/U3.pdf

http://cyber.gwc.cccd.edu/faculty/wnguyen/U4.pdf


Superb dissertation on the development of contemporary chemical bonding theory
Get this one, it's a very good read _
http://www.school.eb.com/nobelprize/print?articleId=110108&f...
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[*] posted on 26-3-2007 at 19:20
Oxygen functional group chemistry


For an excellent overview of oxygen group chemistry and links to papers _
http://131.104.156.23/Lectures/CHEM_462/462_chapter_5.html
Oxygen chain length .pdf
http://131.104.156.23/Lectures/CHEM_462/462_Literature/JACS_1998_120_1003-1013

I never realized there are so many, and what is this organic tetraoxide ! - OOOO -

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[*] posted on 25-7-2007 at 01:23
Free online textbooks


CHEMISTRY
Structure and Dynamics
http://www.jhu.edu/~matsci/teaching/510.101/ModCh3MatSci2004...


Advanced Organic Synthesis
Methods and techniques
http://202.127.145.151/Dig_Lib/ReadingRoom/AdvancedOrganicSy...


Organic Chemistry
An Intermediate Text

by Robert V. Hoffman

http://jsforum.chez-alice.fr/book/org-chem-hoffman-2.pdf

This one is good _ get it


Ever ask - what the heck is that ? Then proceed to Google for a definition ?
Then you need

Merck Index of Organic Name reactions
A useful summary of 446 named reactions
get it here
http://www.uni-leipzig.de/~organik/////giannis/Lehre/Allgeme...
or here _
http://matematicas.udea.edu.co/~carlopez/Organic_Name_Reacti...


An Oldie but Goodie
General Principles of Organic Syntheses - 1906
Petr Petrovich Aleksieev, Joseph Merritt Matthews

http://books.google.com/books/pdf/General_Principles_of_Orga...


U P D A T E


Practical methods of organic chemistry
Ludwig Gattermann
http://books.google.com/books/pdf/The_Practical_methods_of_o...


Electrolysis and Electrosynthesis of Organic Compounds
Dr.Walther Lob , Translated by H.W.F.Lorentz, A.M., Ph.D.
http://books.google.com/books/pdf/Electrolysis_and_Electrosy...


Worthwhile addition to Braur
Laboratory Methods of Inorganic Chemistry
Heinrich Biltz, Wilhelm Biltz
http://books.google.com/books?id=1gkNAAAAYAAJ&pg=PA215&lpg=P...

It is in the interest of your personal safety to look up the substances
described before proceeding as some are quite toxic.



VERY THOROUGH OUTLINE OF SAFETY PRACTICES AND PRECAUTIONS

http://web.princeton.edu/sites/ehs/labsafetymanual/TOC.htm

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[*] posted on 13-4-2008 at 01:27


Please, help..
I cant register to http://www.ochem4free.com site.
if anybody knows, please help;}~
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[*] posted on 3-5-2008 at 00:44


Does anyone have a link to the text by Urbanski please. I've tried one and it isn't complete and the dead pdf hangs my PC.
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[*] posted on 30-7-2008 at 14:36


http://www.thinkquest.org/library/ -Here is the home page. This place may not be the best, but it can still be very helpful to some!

here is the chemistry section: http://www.thinkquest.org/library/cat_show.html?cat_id=49 It has over 75 chemistry sites that seem to have won their award for the best site or something like that.

Great compilation of links everybody good job! Especially franklyn!

Isn't it depressing how there so much information and wonderful things to learn about, but only so much ability, brain power, and time? :(
Makes you want to live and learn forever huh?

[Edited on 30-7-2008 by kclo4]

Might as well add these free education/courses as well :P

http://webcast.berkeley.edu/courses.php
http://www.productivity501.com/105-free-college-lectures/830...
http://www.ted.com/talks
http://ocw.mit.edu/ans7870/resources/chemvideo/index.htm
http://education.jimmyr.com/ - some of the same links, but others as well, I think.

And don't forget about the many hours of chemistry, biology, and other lectures on youtube/google video! :p


[Edited on 30-7-2008 by kclo4]

http://www.chemmybear.com/stdycrds.html forgot this nice site! great for reviewing stuff you already know, or giving you something to ask and learn about to further educate yourself.
Oh right! and the home page: http://www.chemmybear.com/ is also very nice! Enjoy :D

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[*] posted on 22-8-2008 at 18:40


A Method for the Identification of Pure Organic Compounds by a Systematic
Analytical Proceedure Based on Physical Properties and Chemical Reactions

- Old school how to from 1904
http://books.google.com/books/pdf/A_Method_for_the_identific...

Laboratory Manual of Organic Chemistry
- Old school how to from 1920
http://books.google.com/books/pdf/Laboratory_Manual_of_Organ...

Guide to Solvents and Reagents
http://d.scribd.com/docs/2nn7rykg6zfnodattcuj.pdf
If link above won't work
http://www.scribd.com/doc/2319210/A-Guide-to-Solvents-and-Re...

Chemistry - how to make stuff
- Thorough basic lab how to
http://d.scribd.com/docs/1d5cynt3tgzunhrpwwq5.pdf
If link above won't work
http://www.scribd.com/doc/4033736/ebook-chemistry-how-to-mak...

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[*] posted on 6-9-2008 at 13:21


Many of the above google links don't work (at least for me :)) So:
The Practical Methods of Organic Chemistry
http://www.chimicando.it/e-book/[ebook]The%20Practical%20Methods%20Of%20Organic%20Chemistry.pdf
Laboratory Methods of Inorganic Chemistry
http://www.archive.org/details/laboratorymethod00biltrich/la...

And some contribution from me:

Modern Chemistry (1900)
http://www.archive.org/details/modernchemistry01ramsrich/mod...

Modern Chemistry Volume 2
http://www.archive.org/details/modernchemistry02ramsrich/mod...

Descriptive Chemistry(1903)
http://www.archive.org/details/descriptivechemi00newerich/de...

Chemistry (1867)
http://www.archive.org/details/chemistry00branrich/chemistry...

Chemistry
http://www.archive.org/details/chemistry00roscialachemistry0...

Chemistry (1914)
http://www.archive.org/details/chemistrymeldol00meldrich/che...

Conversations on Chemistry; First Steps in Chemistry (June 1905)
http://www.archive.org/details/conversationsonc01ostwrich/co...

Chemistry in High Schools (1911)
http://www.archive.org/details/chemistryinhighs00schorich/ch...

Intoduction to Inorganic Chemistry
http://www.archive.org/details/introductiontoin00valerich/in...

Organic Chemistry; or, Chemistry of Carbon Compounds
http://www.archive.org/details/organicchemistry00richrich/or...

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[*] posted on 2-3-2009 at 15:05
Book about the Fischer Tropsch catalyst


Anyone know where I can get a book which explains how the Fischer-Tropsch catalyst works and how to make such a catalyst, which does'nt cost £133? (thats how much they retail on amazon.com for)
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[*] posted on 2-3-2009 at 19:48


Have you picked this site over: http://www.fischer-tropsch.org/
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[*] posted on 3-3-2009 at 13:19


Quote:
Originally posted by not_important
Have you picked this site over: http://www.fischer-tropsch.org/


I'll check it out, thanks for posting the link ;)
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http://www.newton.dep.anl.gov/askasci/chem98.htm


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[*] posted on 28-7-2009 at 19:21


http://www.archive.org has many other older chemistry and other scientific and engineering textbooks and handbooks. They are books of which the copyright has expired in the U$A (which unfortunately has the longest copyright period of any country, something like 80 years), or which have been released into the public domain. Most were published before about 1924, and of course have had to be scanned to image files.

Look on these search/query pages, among others, for links to titles:
http://www.archive.org/search.php?query=subject%3A%22NATURAL...
http://www.archive.org/search.php?query=subject%3A%22Chemist...
http://www.archive.org/search.php?query=subject%3A%22Inorgan...
http://www.archive.org/search.php?query=subject%3A%22Organic...
http://www.archive.org/search.php?query=subject%3A%22Chemist...
http://www.archive.org/search.php?query=subject%3A%22Solubil...
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[*] posted on 25-8-2009 at 07:43


Condensed Collection Of Thermodynamic Formulas

Quote: Originally posted by mami
Please help me to obtain this book: A condensed collection of thermodynamic formulas, by P. W Bridgman.

That was published firstly in 1914 by Bridgman (who is in Wikipedia), and revised by him (he died in 1961) in 1936. It is out-of-copyright in many countries, and has been reprinted by Dover Publications; but it does not seem to have scanned into an ebook anywhere. However, the following more recent publication, Condensed Collections of Thermodynamic Formulas by G Tunell (Carnegie Institution-1985), largely based upon Bridgman's work, can be downloaded (over 600 pages):
http://www.ciw.edu/publications_online/thermodynamic_formula... 5,473 Kb

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[*] posted on 22-9-2009 at 16:51
Nitration of paradichlorobenzene


Nitration of p-dichlorobenzene from Microscale Organic Laboratory by Mayo, Pike and Butcher.

I can scan a few other pages on request, but not the whole book.



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[*] posted on 22-9-2009 at 17:59


If you can scan and upload it, so much the better, please - it is not available anywhere as a free download, although a Solutions Manual appears to be floating around.
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