Cemetery

The graveyard for dead links and extinct sites
and parking place for long-lost ones
occasionally there is a resurrection!
there's no separate b/w version of this page -- it's at the bottom of this one

R.I.P.

Periodic Table at Advanced Research Systems   

http://www.mcs.net/~ars/spectro/elements.htm

physical data; isotopes; X-ray wavelengths. Gone but not forgotten! Apparently ARS has been "absorbed" by Winstar, which seems like it didn't see the need to maintain this page, since I couldn't get a search result for it.

Homepage for Chemists by Stefan Knecht

http://www.chemie.de/~knecht/englisch/chemeng.php3

http://www.chemie.de/~knecht/index.php3

>1200 links. See replacement entry on "Links" page.

The House of Chemistry by Don Davis at the College of Lake County, IL

http://clcpages.clcillinois.edu/home/bio549/index.htm

http://www.clc.cc.il.us/home/bio549/index.htm

just getting started, but looks like it has possibilities... and Don has finally posted a flattering link to this site!
Don Davis passed away on 2/15/03. He will be missed. His page is still up, but I don't know for how long

   
Chemistry Class: The Internet Science Room at Frontier HS, Red Rock, OK

http://pc65.frontier.osrhe.edu/hs/science/hchem.htm

a really impressive and well-organized course with demo information, PowerPoint presentations, lab templates, ... and check out
 
http://pc65.frontier.osrhe.edu/hs/science/clab.htm 
for a really nice lab safety orientation
the link is dead, but Jim and his site are alive and well at a different school

Visualizing Atomic Orbitals by The Squier Group at UC San Diego

http://www-wilson.ucsd.edu/education/gchem/atomorbs/aovis.html

in several display formats, including QuickTime movies
Successor to the now-defunct Wilson Group, acclaimed creators of chemistry multimedia, this group also seems to have disappeared...

molecules by  WebMolecules.com at Molecular Arts Corp.    

http://www.webmolecules.com/index.shtml

200,000+ structures in VRML and JAVA formats; lately they've had Chime displays available. No longer accessible after being hijacked during September 2001, so I have deactivated the link above. 

  On 10/1/01, CBS News posted a story on this problem at:   http://www.cbsnews.com/now/story/0,1597,313177-412,00.shtml   Stay tuned for further developments!  

Molecular Arts Corporation

http://www.molecules.com/index.shtml

"... useful and affordable software for scientific and technical documentation. From technical clipart to multimedia presentations; from 2D chemical diagrams to molecular model building and 3D visualization ..."  

You can download a free 30-day trial version of Molecules-3D Web Edition, which enables you to construct and view pictures of molecules.

 
   
   
   
   
 
 

Homepage for Chemists by Stefan Knecht

http://www.chemie.de/~knecht/englisch/chemeng.php3

http://www.chemie.de/~knecht/index.php3

>1200 links. See Chemie.de entry on bw Links page

Chemistry Class: The Internet Science Room at Frontier HS, Red Rock, OK

http://pc65.frontier.osrhe.edu/hs/science/hchem.htm

a really impressive and well-organized course with demo information, PowerPoint presentations, lab templates, ... and check out
 
http://pc65.frontier.osrhe.edu/hs/science/clab.htm 
for a really nice lab safety orientation

Visualizing Atomic Orbitals by The Squier Group at UC San Diego

http://www-wilson.ucsd.edu/education/gchem/atomorbs/aovis.html

in several display formats, including QuickTime movies

Periodic Table at Advanced Research Systems   

http://www.mcs.net/~ars/spectro/elements.htm

physical data; isotopes; X-ray wavelengths. Gone but not forgotten! Apparently ARS has been "absorbed" by Winstar, which seems like it didn't see the need to maintain this page, since I couldn't get a search result for it.

molecules by  WebMolecules.com at Molecular Arts Corp.    

http://www.webmolecules.com/index.shtml

200,000+ structures in VRML and JAVA formats; lately they've had Chime displays available. No longer accessible after being hijacked during September 2001, so I have deactivated the link above. 

 On 10/1/01, CBS News posted a story on this problem at:   http://www.cbsnews.com/now/story/0,1597,313177-412,00.shtml   Stay tuned for further developments!  

Molecular Arts Corporation

http://www.molecules.com/index.shtml

"... useful and affordable software for scientific and technical documentation. From technical clipart to multimedia presentations; from 2D chemical diagrams to molecular model building and 3D visualization ..."  

You can download a free 30-day trial version of Molecules-3D Web Edition, which enables you to construct and view pictures of molecules.


 

 
 
 
 
 

last interment or exhumation on  3/10/06  -- expect the population to rise....