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Useful Links for A level Chemistry

Useful Links for A level Chemistry

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The websites listed below are useful resources to help you study for your AS/A Level Chemistryexamination.
Chemguide
http://www.chemguide.co.uk/This is a well established site that provides quality revision notes in all aspects of AS/A LevelChemistry. You can search through the notes using a Google search engine, or enter the site viaa menu system.
Doc Brown's Chemistry Clinic
http://www.wpbschoolhouse.btinternet.co.uk/page04/page04.htmThis is a well organised site that has both notes and tests on many aspects of AS/A LevelChemistry. Questions are ‘marked' online and correct answers given.
Dr Rod Beavon's Chemistry Pages
http://www.rod.beavon.clara.net/chemistry_contents.htmThis site contains notes and examination tips. They are written by Dr Rod Beavon of WestminsterSchool and are appropriate for the AS/A Level Chemistry.
Beta-Theta.com Chemistry Section
http://www.beta-theta.com/Chemistry.htmlNotes on a number of topics relevant to AS/A Level Chemistry are included. The notes include aparticularly good interactive Periodic Table. There is also access to Homework Help and to aMidnight Café chat-room.
General Chemistry Online
http://antoine.frostburg.edu/chem/senese/101/index.shtmlThis is a US site intended for first year undergraduates, but much is relevant to AS/A LevelChemistry. Notes, articles and tutorial are included. A number of experiment simulations can beaccessed. The compound library is very good.
Chemmy Bear
http://www.chemmybear.com/A lighthearted look at many aspects of Chemistry. There are a lot of links to useful pages writtenby teachers and students. Not all of this is relevant to AS/A Level, but much is. A wealth of information and a lot of fun.

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