Adenosine 5'-triphosphate

Global Instructional Chemistry

Welcome to a new concept in the distributed teaching of Chemistry. Over the coming years, these pages will be built up to include small "stories" or case histories illlustrating modern chemistry in action, liberally dosed with "hyperactive" molecules which you will be able to rotate, measure and generally play with. The content will include chemical problems suitable for tutorial and classes, a page where you can log-in to suitable on-line information databases, pages where you can acquire programs and other software, and any other good ideas that people come up with. We expect these pages will be used to augment and enhance local courses rather then to replace their teachers!
We recommend Netscape 2.02 or 3.01 How to chemically configure it
A collection of chemical helper programs
Contribute to GIC and Acknowledgements Further Information and Conditions of use


  1. Reviews of Chemical Education on the Internet
  2. Tutorial Problems in Pericyclic Reaction Mechanisms
  3. Analysing 2D NMR Spectra using Hyperactive Molecules
  4. Electronic Chemistry Library at Imperial College.
  5. A Visual Guide to Molecular Model Types and Rendering Techniques
  6. Chemistry Course Materials at Virginia Tech
  7. SCOP: Structural Classification of Proteins
  8. Laboratory and Lecture Courses at the University of West Indies, Jamaica.
  9. WebElements - a periodic table and isotope database
  10. Welcome to the World of Physical Chemistry at UCSD
  11. A complete course on the Principles of Protein Structure
  12. A Glossary of Biologically important Molecules and Terms and index search
  13. ChemCAI: Instructional software for Chemistry from Simon Fraser University
  14. On line MOPAC Modelling Course
  15. Experience a Top International Conference in Organic Chemistry on the Web!
  16. Applications of Virtual Reality Modelling Language to Chemistry. You will need a VRML browser such as Webspace.
  17. Network Science: Online reports of Contemporary Chemistry
  18. Introduction to Statistics for the Chemistry Laboratory at UMass Dartmouth.
  19. CAUT Computational Chemistry Project including many computational chemistry teaching modules
  20. Manual and Computer-aided Literature Searching
  21. Molecule of the Month collections
  22. On-line Course on Stereochemistry (Portuguese)
  23. The HPLC Troubleshooter for Students of Chromatographic Techniques
  24. Chemistry Animations in Quicktime and Shockwave format from Oxford University
  25. Structure based drug design at Birkbeck College
  26. A superb list of chemical pointers in Sweden maintained by Knut Irgum
  27. Network for Chemistry Teaching at Nottingham and York (UK)
  28. NMR Data at Widener University
  29. The Main Quad: Web Sites of Distinction
  30. An Electronic Textbook on Chemometrics (Portuguese)
  31. Physical Chemistry, by Carl David
  32. Asymmetric Synthesis: A Didactic Survey, by Carmen López-Leonardo (Spanish)
  33. Valence Shell Electron Pair Repulsion Theory, by Mark Winter
  34. Practical Excercises in Quantum Chemistry
  35. Organic Chemistry Molecules and Tutorials using Chime by Albert Pratt
  36. Introductory computational physical chemistry and statistical mechanics at Bishop University
  37. Mechanisms of Organometallic Transformations
  38. Inorganic Reaction Mechanisms 1
  39. Introduction to NonMetal Chemistry
  40. Structure of Solids
  41. Web Multimedia for Chemistry Education
  42. Multiple Choice Questions in Organic Chemistry
  43. ModularCHEM Malathion/Medfly/Medicine Modules:
  44. General Chemistry by John McBride
  45. World Index: BioMolecular Tutorials in Chime by Subject
  46. A compilation of solved and unsolved problems in biosynthesis of natural Products
  47. The Chemistry Place
  48. MathCAD Tutorials for Physical Chemists

Rated a top 5% Internet Site by Point Survey:
Rated 4-star by Magellan:

(Search options)

Last updated: April 13, 1998 by Henry Rzepa.