What is Chemistry, and what is the best way to learn it?
Free high school (and elementary) chemistry lessons, lesson plans and games to help you master chemistry.
So you’re asking, what is CHEMISTRY? Well…here’s our best definition. Chemistry is the study of MATTER and the changes that take place with that matter.
Online chemistry class.
Jeremy Schneider made a concerted effort to use the textbook as little as possible (just in case it changed again in the future). Thus, most of these lessons do not require a textbook. Any Nelson references that do appear can usually be substituted for with another basic chemistry text.
The Chemistry of Health
This science education booklet aims to offer a sampling of how basic chemistry and biochemistry research can spur a better understanding of human health. Witness the fascination of research alive in today’s chemistry labs. National Institutes of Health.
This tutorial begins with the fundamentals and gives expert help with the most difficult phases of understanding your first course in chemistry.
Coursera Chemistry Courses
These courses change constantly, and are in many languages from all over the world, so select your language preference. For teens, look first for general concepts courses, and work your way from there. When I looked there was a Forensic Science course being offered.
Chemistry puzzles, interactive revision quizzes, molecular models, and the Sc1 Tune-up Garage to help improve your GCSE science investigations. Everything you need for your Chemistry Club.
General Chemistry Online
For self-motivated teens, this is a free complete chemistry course right on the web.
History of Eastman Chemical Company
Chemical inventions of Eastman Chemicals interspersed with pop cultural events. Story told with Flash animations and pop music of each decade.
MIT Course, but suitable for teens. This seminar is designed to be an experimental and hands-on approach to applied chemistry (as seen in cooking). Uses the text: On Food and Cooking, The Science and Lore of the Kitchen, by Harold McGee.