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Best chemistry website for high school students

Updated on August 27, 2012
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Chemistry Quiz Application

Quiz Chemistry is an application on the itunes store for both iPhone and iPad and is agreat study aid for high school students. Even though the app itself does not have any significant study materials, the quiz questions are a good way to test your knowledge and prepare for your exam.

http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/quiz-chemistry/id471760774?mt=8

Chemistry can be a challenging subject for many, especially high school. There are numerous resources online and offline that students can use to improve their chemistry skills and succeed. I have collected a list of few websites that have helpful resources for both high school and college students.


1) About.com's chemistry site is a very good place to start and they have few places for AP chemistry classes. Here is their link

http://chemistry.about.com/od/homeworkhelp/Chemistry_Homework_Help.htm

2)High school Ace's chemistry page has some resources too. This site is basically a collection of links and links to chemistry pages of various universities and websites. Here is the links for their weebsite.

http://highschoolace.com/ace/chemistry.cfm


Itunes store has an app called "FunScience". The app has a lot of cool science experiments that cab be done at home. Most of them simple and doable with household materials. The app is $0.99 and I have included the link if anyone is interested.

http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/funscience/id383510463?mt=8

3) Kduoapps.com has a comprehensive list of chemistry mnemonics and shows how mnemonics can be used to study chemistry the smart way

http://kduoapps.com/chemistry-mnemonics/

4)Royal society of chemistry has an amazing chemistry resource page for all. They have specialized sections for school students, teachers, college students, and even post graduates.

Their link is: http://www.rsc.org

The link to the school education page is: http://www.rsc.org/education/teachers/learnnet/

I classify this site as the best chemistry learning resource on the internet by far.

5)If you need help from someone on a specific topic, you can use the numerous chemistry forums on the internet.

The best forum with the highest activity is: http://www.chemicalforums.com/

They have a section dedicated to high school students.

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      Johnb503 3 years ago

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      ashir 4 years ago

      what is oxidation state in detail

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      mahamed abdi ali 5 years ago

      yes i like to learn more my advice people learn this sublect

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      kesha 5 years ago

      what is a definition of fusion? equivalent mass? ozone?

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      Ali 5 years ago

      i like ur efforts and this site is realy nice.

      may GOD give us oppertunity to serve the humanity.

      THANKS:

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      General of sceince juvy 5 years ago

      The best chemistry site of all time

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      aushy 5 years ago

      How is energy transferred? Can all energy be transferred? If not which ones can be transferred?

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      Aditya 6 years ago

      This is an upcoming chemistry website covering the material from fundamentals to advanced studies.

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      nayan 6 years ago

      hiiii

      i dont get the chemistery working model?//////

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      Robert Lewis 6 years ago

      Check out this site if you are a pre-university chemistry student - lots of detailed revision notes

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      sajid fhf 6 years ago

      Srinivasan, In short, an aspirator is like a tube with three openings, one in the top one in the bottom and one on the side somewhere midway. The tube gets narrower from top to bottom, water or steam is flowed through the tube. As the tube narrows the speed of the gas or liquid increases, but the pressure decreases cause of the venturi effect. This is used to create vacuum. The vacuum hose is connected in that opening in the middle(usually a T). This vacuum created can be used for several purposes like drying, filtering etc. This is a commonly used technique in a chemistry or biology lab. Hope this helps!

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      khalil 1 6 years ago

      I was surprised by your pick, but it's an interesting site, for sure (btw, your first link, the really long one, is broken).

      My favorite recent source of education has been the History Channel, which I'm told by nephew is now actually used in high school history calss. If they'd had this fascinating resource when I was in school, I'd have gotten straight As.

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      Great post. I'll spread the word and pass on a site that seems to be a secret.... AccessMyLibrary.com provides anyone in the world to access over 4100 magazines, journals, and newspapers online. The archived and current publications range from magazines like “O-The Oprah Magazine” to “Consumer Reports”, “Mothering”, and “Environment Journal”. Libraries around the world - funded by the people and their governments, embrace the evolution of free information & now allow everyone to discover, research, and read the same credible content that has historically only been available by visiting a library and is now available online. With over 27 million online articles and content growing daily, AccessMyLibrary.com is the single largest source of free information from the most credible & trusted content publishers in the world.

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      hafeni nghidinua 6 years ago

      is there actualy a way to separate carbon and oxygen from carbon dioxide

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      koirbiku 7 years ago

      Itunes store has an app called "FunScience". The app has a lot of cool science experiments that cab be done at home. Most of them simple and doable with household materials. The app is $0.99 and I have included the link if anyone is interested.

      http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/funscience/id383510...

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      koirbiku 7 years ago

      Srinivasan, In short, an aspirator is like a tube with three openings, one in the top one in the bottom and one on the side somewhere midway. The tube gets narrower from top to bottom, water or steam is flowed through the tube. As the tube narrows the speed of the gas or liquid increases, but the pressure decreases cause of the venturi effect. This is used to create vacuum. The vacuum hose is connected in that opening in the middle(usually a T). This vacuum created can be used for several purposes like drying, filtering etc. This is a commonly used technique in a chemistry or biology lab. Hope this helps!

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      Srinivasan.s 7 years ago

      what is aspirator?

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      hadia 7 years ago

      iam the student of class 9th s.b ineed best chemistry notes please help me

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      Abhinav mahar 7 years ago

      nice info!!!!!!!!

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      Aditya 7 years ago

      I would like to suggest a new chemistry site for high school students. http://www.adichemadi.com

      Adi

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