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Chemistry, like many of the hard sciences, can be an uphill battle for students who are making their first foray into the world of ions, gases, redox reactions, and polymers. Fortunately, there is the General Chemistry Online site, created by Professor Fred Senese of Frostburg State Universityï¿½s chemistry department. The site contains companion notes and guides that will help students as they navigate the world of first semester chemistry, as well as a toolbox of interactive graphing devices and a glossary of over 1000 chemical terms, complete with audio pronunciations. For those who cannot find answers to their queries here, the site has the ï¿½Ask Antoineï¿½ section, where they can ask about anything chemistry they so desire. Visitors can also peruse a list of 400 questions that have already been answered since the siteï¿½s inception. And last, but not least, the site also has an exam survival guide that will be of great comfort to students who find themselves anxious about such affairs.
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