Look to the right

I have added several new links during the past few week, to useful chemistry tools and to other fantastic blogs. Rather than to go into details, I recommend you explore them yourself. Look to the right!

I am always on the lookout for more, so if you think there is a resource, tool, page, blog or something else I should consider adding, do not hesitate to drop me a comment.

P.S. I am not sure yet how to implement these widgets on the mobile version of this page. If you happen to view this message on your iPhone, turn off the mobile theme for a while and have a field day.

 

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5 Responses to Look to the right ———>

  1. Martin Rahm says:

    Great list! I’ve always found these helpful:

    “NIST Chemistry Webbook”
    https://webbook.nist.gov/chemistry/

    And a versatile periodic table:
    https://www.ptable.com/

  2. Thanks for the link. Btw, I slapped another giant ranty comment over on The Protochemists Among Us. Don’t know if you follow it by RSS or if you were just passing through that time, so I thought I’d mention it. https://goo.gl/OONtn

  3. Sharing my favorite newsvideo: “Physics Nobel Prize Winner 2011”.

  4. drfreddy says:

    With the new layout, I should change all instances of “right” to “left”. But I can’t be arsed to flip that cat horizontally. And the links to the right now aren’t that bad either. Meow.

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