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Molecules  related topic: Atoms, Crystals and Molecules animations, Periodic table of the elements
3-D virtual chemistry library structure in several formats, physical data, history and reactivity of the molecules
Amino acids linear structure formulas of amino acids and molecular models, Alanin, Arginin, Asparagin, Asparaginsäure, Cystein, Glutamin, Glutaminsäure, Glycin, Isoleucin, Leucin leu, Lysin, Methionin, Phenylalanin, Prolin, Serin, Threonin, Tryptophan, Tyrosin, Valin
Animated molecules rotating molecules
Aspirin One of the best known aromatic acetates is acetylsalicylic acid, or aspirin, which is prepared by the esterification of the phenolic hydroxyl group of salicylic acid
Chemical bonding
Chemical bonding A chemical bond is a force that causes a group of atoms to behave as a unit
Chemical bonding
Chemical bonding
Chemical bonding
Chemical bonding a chemical bond is a mechanism that is used to chemically combine atoms. There are three types of bonds: metallic, ionic, and covalent.The mechanism is an electrostatic force of attraction between areas of positive and negative charge
Chemical bonds chemical compounds are formed by the joining of two or more atoms. A stable compound occurs when the total energy of the combination has lower energy than the separated atoms
Common molecules molecules are the smallest collection of atoms of a compound which retains the properties of that material, structures of a variety of interesting molecules, java demonstrtions
Gas Laws Kinetic Molecular Theory and Gas Laws
Ionic and Covalent Bonding Ionic and Covalent Bonding
Jena Image Library of Biological Molecules 3-D molecular structures, The Amino Acid Repository, Structural Elements: Helix, Beta Strand, Extended Conformation, Cis-peptide Bonds, Nucleic Acid Nomenclature and Structure, Strand Direction and Torsional Angles, The Base Pair Directory, Nucleic Acid Model Conformations, Double Helix / Bending Analysis, Comprehensive Bending Classification of Nucleic Acid Double Helix Structures
Large molecules learn about structures and properties of sugars, lipids, amino acids, and nucleotides, as well as macro molecules including proteins, nucleic acids and polysaccharides, protein, sequence of a polypeptide
Mathmol (Mathematics and molecules). The mathmol Library of molecular structures contains GIF, PDB and 3-D (VRML) files of molecules that are found in most introductory biology and chemistry textbooks (e.g., water and ice, carbon, hydrocarbons, amino acids, nucleotides, lipids, sugars, photosynthetic pigments and drugs), Water module
Molecular and Formulas Mass the term molecular mass refers to the mass of a molecule, ...
Molecular chemistry
Molecular database without transition elements
Molecular expressions photo galleries that explore the fascinating world of optical microscopy
Molecular geometry and chemical bonding theory pdf file
Molecular models Many small organic molecules, complete with indexes: functional group, molecular type, alphabetical, and formula, Molecular Fragments, Short, informative essays using molecular models and illustrating an aspect of chemistry
Molecular models hypermedia based tutorial on chemical bonds, molecular shapes, and molecular models
Molecular models in .pdb format you need chime (a chemical structure visualization plug in for internet explorer and netscape communicator)
Molecular Orbitals Chemical Accounting, Accounting with Orbitals, Heteronuclear Bonding, Hybridization and Molecular Orbitals, Benzene: An Example of Delocalized Pi Bonding, Molecular Orbitals in Larger Molecules
Molecular orbitals the electronic structure of atoms and molecules
Molecular visualization freeware software for looking at macromolecular structure and its relation to function
Molecule of the month page
Molecules and ions a molecule is comprised of two or more chemically bonded atoms, If electrons are lost or gained by a neutral atom, then the result is that a charged particle is formed - called an ion
Molecules in four dimensions you need chime
Molecules of life
Molecules of the month you need chime (a chemical structure visualization plug in for internet explorer and netscape communicator)
Molecules with silly or unusual names
Moles: Mole Concept Mole Concept, pdf file
Moles: Mole Concept the Mole Concept
Moles The Mass Formula, atomic mass formula, Avagadro's constant
Moles: what is a Mole?
Molscript homepage molscript is a program for displaying molecular 3D structures, such as proteins, in both schematic and detailed representations
Ozone Ozone
Properties of 200 linear macromolecules and small molecules
Rasmol a molecular graphics program intended for the visualisation of proteins, nucleic acids and small molecules
Ruimtelijke bouw van moleculen in Dutch
Simple, common, and interesting molecules molecules are the smallest collection of atoms of a compound which retains the properties of that material
Smell Database Diacetyl, Ethyl butyrate, Ethyl methyl ketone, Eucalyptol, Putrescine, Geranial, Citral A, Geraniol, p-Ethylphenol, Caproic acid, Hydrogen cyanide, Hydrogen sulfide, Vanillin, 3-(para-Hydroxyphenyl)-2-butanone, Isoamyl acetate, Eugenol, Isoamyl alcohol, Skatole, ...
Structure of metals
Structure of solids Categories of Solids Based on the Solid Pack, Categories of Solids Based on Bonds that Hold the Solid Together
Visualizing molecules this page contains a set of Lewis Dot structures, Hyperchem 3D renderings, and Protein Databank files (*.pdb) for a variety of molecules
Water and organic molecules structure of water and organic molecules
Water molecule structure
Water Structure and Science

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