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CHEM 1151K - Survey of Chemistry I, Summer 2010 - Solutions to Problems Chapter 5
CHEM 1151K - Survey of Chemistry I, Summer 2010 - Solutions to Problems Chapter 6
CHEM 1151K - Survey of Chemistry I, Summer 2010 - Solutions to Problems Chapter 7
CHEM 1151K - Survey of Chemistry I, Summer 2010 - Solutions to Problems Chapter 8
CHEM 1151K - Survey of Chemistry I, Summer 2010 - Solutions to Problems Chapter 9
CHEM 1151K - Survey of Chemistry I, Summer 2010 - Solutions to Problems Chapter 10
CHEM 1151K - Survey of Chemistry I, Summer 2010 - Solutions to Problems Chapter 11
CHEM 1151K - Survey of Chemistry I, Summer 2010 - Solutions to Problems Chapter 12
CHEM 1151K - Survey of Chemistry I, Summer 2010 - Solutions to Problems Chapter 13
CHEM 1151K - Survey of Chemistry I, Summer 2010 - Solutions to Problems Chapter 14
CHEM 1151K - Survey of Chemistry I, Summer 2010 - Solutions to Problems Chapter 15
CHEM 1151K - Survey of Chemistry I, Summer 2010 - Solutions to Problems Chapter 16
CHEM 1151K - Survey of Chemistry I, Summer 2010 - Solutions to Problems Chapter 17



CHEM 1211K - Principles of Chemistry I, four semester credit hours

CHEM 1212K - Principles of Chemistry II, four semester credit hours

CHEM 2210 - Sophomore Seminar, one semester credit hour

CHEM 2310 - Quantitative Analysis, four semester credit hours

Library Page for Students in Chemistry

Ready for some fun with the Periodic Table? Try this link to Jim Holler's page at UK (sorry Bulldog fans!)



RESEARCH INTERESTS:  ionization constants of aqueous hydrogen sulfide

LINKS TO TOPICS WHICH COULD INTEREST CHEMISTS -

Ever wonder what all the abbreviations mean that the WWW users employ when discussing the Web?  Have a look at http://www.webopedia.com/!

The American Chemical Society. is the world's largest professional organization.

Want some help with a Molecular Weight calculation.  Try this link courtesy of Jared Zyskowski.

A source of some tutorials for general chemistry topics from the University of Illinois.

Check out the Matter page at the University of Liverpool.

An opportunity to look up spectra, organic formulas and other data.