The Analytical Chemistry Springboard
- Analytical Chemistry Resources on the World Wide Web
A short list of resources related to analytical chemistry.
- Analytical Consumer
A monthly newsletter covering equipment, instruments, consumables, LIMS, robotics - everything used by the analytical lab. No advertising - a "consumers' report for labs".
- Basics of Thermal Mass Flow Control
Mass Flow Controllers (MFCs) are used wherever accurate measurement and control of gas is required. This tutorial is designed to help understand how an MFC functions. The material is available both in HTML and as an Adobe Acrobat file.
- CXF - Chemical Exchange Format
Standards and definitions for molecular biology software.
ChemWeb is a Free "Club", requiring you to sign up for a membership before entering. When inside, you'll get access to A library of leading chemical journals, and databases, including substructure searchable databases and patents, The Alchemist, the ChemWeb magazine, A Shopping Mall with software, equipment, services and book publications, A worldwide Job Exchange with hundreds of job offers and jobs wanted, A fully searchable conference diary, ChemDex Plus - a searchable and reviewed database of chemistry resources on the Web, and ACD - The Available Chemicals Directory from MDL Information Systems, Inc.
- Dioxin Conference
The DIOXIN Conference should be used as a platform for scientific exchange - to post up scientific informations, data and questions or answers on chlorinated dioxins and related compounds. The conference is provided and administered by the Institute of Hygiene, Social- and Environmental Medicine of the Ruhr-University Bochum.
- Environment On-Line
Full text of a guide to Internet Resources published by ES&T February 1996.
- EPA Chemical Substance Factsheets ToxIndex
- Ernest Orlando Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
- Feedback and Temperature Control
This is an introduction to the effects that feedback can have on systems. The author, Charles D.H. Williams of University of Exeter, has chosen an oven controlled by a PID temperature controller to use as a case study but the behaviour described is characteristic of many systems that employ feedback.
- Marine Sediment and Rock Data
NGDC's Marine Geology and Geophysics global marine sediment and hardrock databases aim at serving as the international focal point for marine geology data management. All data are in the international public domain, available globally to any interested individual or group. On-line searches of NGDC's data holdings and an index to seafloor samples (cores, grabs, dredges, and drill samples) available for futher study from other institutions are offered, along with direct download of many data files. Among the databases searchable on-line are the Marine Geology Data & Reports, The Index to Marine Geological Samples, Searches of Marine Geology Data & Inventories, Sediment Thickness of the World Oceans, Ocean Drilling Data , Marine Minerals Data On-Line & on CD-ROM. This is an invaluable site for marine chemists.
- On Being A Scientist: Responsible Conduct In Research
Some recommendations from The Committee on Science, Engineering, and Public Policy of the National Academy of Science (USA).
- NIST Standard Reference Data
Working closely with industry, NIST provides well-documented numeric data to scientists and engineers for use in technical problem-solving, research, and development.
- Pharmaceutical Information Network
PharmInfoNet is a high-volume pharmaceutical information resource on the Internet World Wide Web, serving as a recognized entry point to access high-quality independent assessments of therapeutics and advances in new drug development. Regulatory and clinical users access diverse information through PharmInfoNet, including full text articles from clinical publications, economic data, symposium information from scientific meetings, and can benefit from links to other relevant drug information and pharmaceutical sites. Those interested in drug development can find leads to new investigational agents and can monitor advances in drug research.
- The Pharmaceutical Resource Page
This page contains links to pharmacy related (loosely defined) Internet resources.
- PID Tutorial Overview
PID stands for Proportional, Integral, Derivative, which is a control scheme used in feedback controllers. This tutorial by ExperTune Inc. briefly describes how the PID algorithm can help make fast and stable control loops.
- Reference Intervals for Clinical Analyses
This page lists the reference intervals for a vast number of clinical analytical parameters. Although the page is in Swedish, most of the tabular data should be of value also to foreign visitors. NOTE: Before making use of this information, please be aware that the names of most of these parameters are spelled quite differently in Swedish.
- Statistics for Analytical Chemistry
This page is an introduction to statistical tools used for analytical chemistry. It was developed to help students apply statistical tests and tools to data sets typically encountered in analytical chemistry.
- The WWW Chemical Structures Database
Claims to be the first non-textual search engine operating on data found in Webspace. The WWW chemical structures database contains more than 2250 automatically collected chemical structures from the Internet, complete with information about the refering HTML pages. This database is searchable with the usual chemical search operations - full-structure and substructure search, formula search, name search, and more.
- Understanding our Planet Through Chemistry in text and inline versions.
- Webpages of Scholarly Societies
Links to some WWW pages (Webpages) produced by or for scholarly societies. Try this one! The first item on the list is to the "Academy of Leisure Sciences (ALS) Webpage"!
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