Ab initio Investigation of Water Clusters
A site related to the ab initio investigations of water clusters (H2O)n, n=2-20, to study Structure and Stability. The research publication abstract and structures of lowest energy conformers are also available.
Center for Nonlinear Science at Portland State University
Portland, Oregon. Research interests include chemical dynamics, chemical instabilities, chemical chaos, biological and biophysical chemistry, and some environmental chemistry.
European Physical Society
Online version, prizes, and publication links.
Gas Research Institute
University of California at Berkeley, Stanford University, The University of Texas at Austin, and SRI International provides reaction mechanism and thermochemical data of selected small molecules (e.g. 1-3 heavy atoms) and radicals, e.g. CN(g). Also input files for the Sandia National Laboratory Chemkin-II programs.
Mathtrek Systems - EQS4WIN
PC-Windows software to assist in the calculation of equilibrium concentrations for five compounds and two elements (demonstration version.) Both Contains the JANAF thermochemical database. Also links to related tutorials.
Measurement of Surface Tension.
Description of tensiometers and evaluation methods.
Particle & Particle Systems Characterization
Journal publishing peer-reviewed papers on the measurement and description of particle properties and behavior in powders and other disperse systems.
Particle & Particle Systems Characterization Book
Measurement and Description of Particle Properties and Behavior in Powders and Other Disperse Systems.
Physical Chemistry 1, Lund University
Description of research at the division of Physical Chemistry 1. Areas of research include surface and colloid science.
Rate Increase in Chemical Reaction and its Variance under Turbulent Equilibrium
By Shunichi Tsuge. An abstract of the paper. Full paper available for download.
University of Fribourg: Chemistry and Matter
Introduction to this topic including the gaseous, liquid and solid state and phase diagrams.
Washington University, Department of Chemistry: Fullerene Science Module
Instructor's manual using fullerenes to illustrate molecular structure and bonding, solid-state structure, modern spectroscopy, chemical reactivity and synthesis.