540 Chemistry and
Internet chemistry resources (Rensselaer Polytech.) - very comprehensive resources, classified by type (e.g. software) and subject. Look especially at "teaching"
World Lecture Hall - CHEMISTRY section (Univ. of Austin Texas) - a collection of university courses from around the world, organised by subject. In some cases actual lecture notes, images etc are provided online, often in concise form. Can be very useful aid to the student .
Web Elements (Mark Winter, Univ. of Sheffield, UK) - online interactive Periodic Table.
Crystallography (WWWVL) -
distr. from Geneva
Silicate Structure Types (Kurt L. Bartelmehs, Univ. of Texas) - very useful one page summary of the main silicate classes, with quick loading structural images (including sylised tetrahedral type). You won´t get a faster, clearer account than this.
Surface explorer - a WWW oriented tool to display netplanes and surfaces in crystal lattices from Fritz Rammer (FHI)
The Mineral Gallery (Amethyst
Galleries Inc.)- mineral descriptions, images and specimens. The minerals are arranged by
class and/or alphabetically. Additional information also.
The Natural History Museum - MINERALOGY (UK) - brief but useful explanations online of a few projects: caves, Electron microscopy + analysis, environmental minerals, meteorites and black smokers (ocean ridge hydrothermal minerals).
Smithsonian Institute mineral collection. - thumbnail pictures and short descriptions of the chief minerals, arranged by type. The thumbnails open to larger format high quality pictures.