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  • Adrian Dingle's Chemistry Pages - Designed for UK and US high school chemistry students. Content is suitable for A Level and GCSE (UK) and Regular, Honors and Advanced Placement (US) courses. Includes downloadable notes, worksheets and labs.
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  • Chem1 Virtual Textbook - Provides materials that cover most of the topics encountered in first-year General Chemistry and are intended to supplement or replace conventional textbooks for courses at the university or advanced-secondary levels.
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  • Chemistry 101 at Romeo High School - Includes references for formulas and constants, links, fun facts, and homework listings. Don't forget to vote for your favorite element.
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  • Chemistry Tutor - James Mungall offers one-to-one chemistry tuition for GCSE, AS & A-level. Includes A-level chemistry notes details of his qualifications and approach to tutoring from Exeter, England.
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  • Doc Brown's Chemistry Clinic - Revision notes and quizzes for UK KS3 science (US grades 6-9) and GCSE/AS/A2/IB/K12 level (US grades 9-12) students.
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  • Dr. Robert Zellmer's Home Page - Includes lecture notes and homework solutions.
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  • High School Chemistry: High School Physics - Featuring applets, short movies, powerpoint lessons and labs.
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  • Mark Bishop's Chemistry Site - Collection of materials and resources for all of the chemistry courses Mark Bishop teaches, including many interactive demonstrations. [PDF]
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  • Mr. Kent's Regents and AP Chemistry Exam Review Pages - Includes videos of demonstrations, notes and practice problems.
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  • Mr.Bright's Chemistry Home Page - Contains links to an interactive Periodic Table of elements, a summary of molecular shapes and electron pair geometry, as well as animations on molecular models.
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  • ScienceGeek.net - Mr. Allan's Chemistry Site - A support site for chemistry and advanced placement chemistry at Mt. Whitney High School in Visalia, California. Resources may be useful to other high school chemistry students and teachers as well.
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  • Steve Marsden's Chemistry Pages - A resource for high school chemistry and physical science students and teachers.
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