• Chemical Elements.com
    Offers the Periodic Table and a large number of element information and structure.
     
    Chemicool.com
    Chemicool was created by David d. Hsu. of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1996.  Chemicool went online in 1996 and since then has been trying to help out anyone involved in chemistry.  The information for this site was gained with the help from the following people, big thanks goes out to them all:  Cabrol D.; Moor J. W and Kotz J. D. Additionally, the Perkin-Elmer Periodic Table v2.02g was used for Atomic mass, density, volume, group, heat of fusion, heat of vaporization, specific heat, and shells.
     
    Chemsoc
    The site provides interesting features and useful services for the chemistry community.  The information you find has been made available by various national chemistry societies for dissemination on a single site.  Currently around 30 such societies are providing varying levels of information on chemsoc.
     
    Elements
     
    Periodic Table at the Los Alamos National Laboratory's Chemistry Division
    The Los Alamos National Laboratory's mission is to develop and apply science and technology to ensure the safety, security, and reliability of the U.S. nuclear deterrent; reduce global threats; and solve other emerging national security challenges.
     
    Webelements.com
    The WebElements scholar edition aims to be a high quality source of information on the WWW about the periodic table for students.  You will find many pictures showing element structures and periodic properties.
     
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