• Sicyon
    “Sicyon” is a freeware that offers a powerful scientific calculator. You can use it for calculations using defined variables, fit a curve over a data set, combine 2D and 3D graphs and so much more. Sicyon is developed by Teodor Krastev. Link to Sicyon Website: Images/video source: Sicyon Website
  • ChemAxon
    “ChemAxon” is a website where you can find a variety of softwares that offer tools for scientists. A few of them have plugins that work with third party software such as Microsoft Excel. Several of the features and documentation that ChemAxon offers can be accessed without a license. Link to ChemAxon Website: Images/video source: ChemAxon Website
  • SimChemistry
     “SimChemistry” is a free software that contains simulations for molecular dynamics for chemistry teaching and experimentation. The software is available for Windows. As a bonus, the source code for the software is available for download. Link to SimChemistry Website: Images/video source: SimChemistry Website
  • Orbital Viewer
    “Orbital Viewer” is a website that will help you visualize the orbitals that correspond to different atoms. It contains visual resources that will allow you to understand how the shape of the orbital is affected by a change in their quantum numbers. The site is maintained by David Manthey. Link to Orbital Viewer Website: Images/video source: Orbital Viewer Website
  • Master Organic Chemistry
    “Master Organic Chemistry” is a website where you can access content that will help you learn organic chemistry. It has some great free resources that include: reaction guides, study guides, case studies for organic chemistry. Link to Master Organic Chemistry Website: Images/video source: Master Organic Chemistry Website
  • Calistry
    “Calistry” is a website that contains free calculators in different areas of chemistry. A few of them are in the realms of: quantum mechanics, electrochemistry, spectroscopy, radioactivity, magnetochemistry, and so many more. The work in Calistry is developed by Arkajit, Arghya, Sucharita and Tarit.  Link to Calistry Website: Images/video source: Calistry Website
  • Omni Calculator
    “Omni Calculator” is an online tool that contains 826 free calculators. You can use it for many different things. The calculators range from topics in physics and chemistry such as projectile range and boiling point calculators,  to health topics cardiac output and free water deficit calculators.  Link to Omni Calculator website: Images/video source: Omni Calculator website
  • ACD/ Labs
    “ACD/ ChemSketch” is a freeware that will enable you to draw chemical structures. You will be able to calculate the molecular weight, density, molar refractivity and so on, and name chemical structures that contain fewer than 50 atoms. Request the free license for personal and academic use at the link below (1 individual installation). Link to ACD/ Labs Website: Images/video source: ACD/ Labs Website
  • Facio Software
    “FACIO” is open source software to help you study and research theoretical chemistry. This software is great for Fragment Molecular Methods of GAMESS (Another computational chemistry software) because it gives you a graphic user interface for input and output files. Facio is developed by Masahiko Suenaga at Kyushu University in Japan. Images source: Facio Website Link to Facio Software website:
  • NWChem
    “NWChem” is an open computational software that allows you to deal with large scientific problems such as biomolecules, nanostructures, gaussian functions and so on. A few of the things you can use this software for are: quantum molecular dynamics, electronic structure analysis, potential energy surface analysis, quantum mechanical methods, etc. The software is maintained by the EMSL ( Environmental Molecular Sciences Laboratory) located at the …
  • ChemTube3D
    ChemTube3D is an amazing website to supplement your chemistry learning. It contains interactive animations and structures with their supplementary information. If you have ever struggled understanding chemistry concepts that require you to visualize things in 3d, this is the go to website! ChemTube3D is brought to you by Liverpool University. Link to ChemTube3D: