Chemistry Resources For The Secondary Education Teacher On The WWW
New links added throughout each month will be denoted by the symbol.
Links which are especially noteworthy will be denoted by the symbol.
Links which are on the verge of being deleted will be denoted by the symbol.
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The Aluminum Association
This site is home to the United States aluminum industry.
American Plastics Council
The American Plastics Council (APC) is a major trade association for the U.S. Plastics Industry, which works to promote the benefits of plastics and the plastics industry. The APC provides several additional web sites focusing on plastics:
Plastics.org, "Your gateway to plastics on the internet,"
Plastics Resource, which contains information on plastics and the environment, and
Teaching Plastics, a site designed for teachers!
American Zinc Association
The American Zinc Association (AZA) is a trade organization comprised of primary and secondary producers of zinc metal, zinc oxide and zinc dust marketed in the United States.
An industrial resource on cadium.
This site claims to be "The online calcium information resource." It is hosted by GlaxoSmithKline, a pharmaceutical and healthcare company.
Chlorine Chemistry Council
The Chlorine Chemistry Council (CCC) was established in 1993, and is comprised of chlorine and chlorinated product manufacturers.
This site is home to The International Copper Association, Ltd. "The International Copper Association promotes the use of copper and serves as an information clearinghouse for copper-related issues around the world."
The Copper Page
This site is a service of the worldwide copper and brass industries.
International Titanium Association
This site is a service of the International Titanium Association.
National Hydrogen Association
The National Hydrogen Association (NHA) was formed to foster the development of hydrogen technologies and their utilization in industrial and commercial applications, and promote the transition role of hydrogen in the energy field. In addition, it provides a national focal point for hydrogen interest and information transfer.
An industrial resource on plastics.
The Salt Institute claims it is "the world's foremost source of authoritative information about salt (sodium chloride) and its more than 14,000 known uses." The Institute is a non-profit association of salt producers (companies which both produce and market sodium chloride).
This site is home to The American Iron and Steel Institute.
The Steel Alliance
The Steel Alliance is a coalition of companies and affiliated organizations representing the steel industry in the United States and Canada.
The Steel Recycling Institute
The Steel Recycling Institute (SRI) is an industry association that promotes and sustains the recycling of all steel products.
World Gold Council
The World Gold Council web site provides considerable information about gold markets, investing in gold, etc. There is also a 'Science & Industry' section with some interesting information.