Look up by product/service, brand name or company name.
Over 150,000 companies listed.
For a large listing of chemical companies in the U.S., select
Companies from left column.
Definitive Industrial Directory of Manufacturers and Distributors
for Engineers and Technical Buyers, and Information Resource
on Industrial Products and Services"
Lab Depot, Inc. (http://www.labdepotinc.com/About/default.aspx)
shop for laborary equipment, supplies, and chemicals.
site for laboratory equipment, chemicals, and educational products.
Guide for Chemicals (http://www.buyersguidechem.de/)
International directory of suppliers of chemicals and chemical
Search the Sigma-Aldrich chemical catalog by keyword, molecular
formula and CAS registry number.
Sources--Chemical Purchasing Directory Buyers Guide (http://www.chemsources.com/)
A good site to find
chemical sources in the USA and worldwide.
A well-organized directory
of chemical suppliers, services, resources, and lab equipment.
To Find Material Safety Datasheets on the Internet (http://www.ilpi.com/msds/index.html)
Listing of MSDS internet sites with information about content
A directory page for
possible sources of MSDS.
Provides over 300,000 MSDS. Must register for free trial
which only allows you to open, view, or print up to 5 MSDSs.
National Repository (http://www.msdssearch.com/msdssearch.htm)
to use search interface to find MSDS.
- Environmental Health & Safety - MSDS (http://188.8.131.52/1)
Searchable database of MSDS. Some safety and location
Resources for Chemistry Educators ( http://www.chem1.com/chemed)
to instructional software can be found in the list on the right-hand
Free Products (http://www.mdli.com/)
A chemical structure drawing software program which includes
structure templates. Structures can be inserted into documents,
Web pages and presentations. Free downloads for academic and
home use are available on this site on the lower lefthand side.
Claessen's Chemistry Index (http://www.claessen.net/chemistry/soft_en.html)
Well designed web site with links to free and for a fee chemical
Chemistry Guide--Software (http://www.chemistryguide.org/chemical-software.html)
of chemistry software both commercial & non-commercial.
Free Downloads--Chemistry (http://www.newfreedownloads.com/find/chemistry.html)
list of chemistry-related software.
Basic information about chemical compounds and web links to
other Internet sources.
Quantum, Nanoscale & Statistical Thermodynamics & Mechanics
Data and Property Calculation Sites on the Web
Large listing of internet sites for property calculations.
From the Thermodynamics Research Lab, University of Illinois
Handbook of Chemistry and Physics (http://www.hbcpnetbase.com/hbcp/)
Online version of the popular CRC handbook. Requires Adobe
Acrobat 4.05, and Netscape 6.0, Internet Explorer 5.0 or
higher, or Mozilla 1.0 for correct formatting.
Chemistry WebBook (http://webbook.nist.gov/chemistry/)
Physical and thermophysical properties - mostly organic compounds.
Integrated Spectral Data Base System for Organic Compounds
Search for mass, NMR, FT-IR, laser raman and ESR spectral
data for organic compounds. From the National Institute
of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology
Tsukuba, Ibaraki, Japan.
(http://thermodex.lib.utexas.edu/)- Index to selected thermodynamic
data handbooks which contain property data.
to Internet Sources for Physical Property Information (http://cheminfo.informatics.indiana.edu/cicc/cis/index.php/Link_to_Internet_Sources_for_Physical_Property_Information)
wiki chemistry information page including a section titled Physical
Quick online information about the elements.
table with cool links to articles about each element.
to use periodic table to access information about the elements.
Outlook Handbook (http://www.bls.gov/oco/)
Descriptions of occupations, skills, job outlook, future growth,
current salary ranges and related jobs. From the U.S.
Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Riley Guide - Employment Opportunities and Job Resources on
the Internet (http://www.rileyguide.com/)
A good place to start. Includes preparing for a job search,
resume examples, job listings on the Internet.
to Internet Sources for Careers in Chemistry (http://cheminfo.informatics.indiana.edu/cicc/cis/index.php/Link_to_Internet_Sources_for_Careers_in_Chemistry)
directory of chemistry career resources.
Chemistry Sites at Academic Institutions -USA (http://www.chem.ucla.edu/VL/Academic.html#US)
Links to Chemistry Departments/Programs at U.S. universities.
comprehensive collection of annotated links for chemists and
researchers involved in organic, biochemical, computational,
medicinal and/or other chemistry research."
Chemical Society--News and Research
American Chemical Society (ACS). Society activities, chemistry
in the news, student and career information.
International directory of chemistry on the Internet.
From the Dept. of Chemistry, University of Sheffield, England.
Selected Internet Resources for Chemistry
A wiki of internet information sites about the chemistry field.
section of the WWW Virtual Library. Extensive directory
of chemistry related web resources.
for which you must register, but contains a wealth of information
for the chemist including conference and meeting information,
and free access to some journals.
Exhibitions and Trade Fairs
Search engines use software called spiders that search the Internet
for new web sites. Sometimes all of the words in the web page
are indexed, sometimes just the heading or title is indexed.
Use the help screens for more relevant, focused searching results
Phrase Searching: "environmental
Combining concepts using the Advanced Search screens:
"All of the
words" is the Boolean AND (can also use the + symbol)
"Any of the
words" or with "At least one of the words"
is the Boolean OR
words" is the Boolean NOT (can also use the - symbol)
Truncation (depends on the search engine):
pollut+ (pollute, polluting, pollution)
Library and Internet Information (http://library.weber.edu/ref/guides/howto/evaluateinfo.asp)
Web Information Resources (http://library.weber.edu/ref/guides/howto/identifyresources.asp)
Print and Electronic Research Sources (http://library.weber.edu/ref/guides/howto/citing.asp)