Current Semester Course Information & Additional Resources
- Introductory Chemistry:
- Course syllabus for Fall 2015:
- This document is for reference only and does not print. Course exam dates may still change. Please check back for the printable final version prior to the start of classes.
- Organic Chemistry:
- Course syllabi for Fall 2015:
- These documents are for reference only and do not print. Course exam dates may still change. Please check back for the printable final version prior to the start of classes.
- Companion Website to Organic Chemistry, 4th ed. by Janice Smith
- For Review: CHEM 234 - Spring 2015 LECTURE Page
Skyline College Resources
Skyline College CHEM 192 Laboratory Manual
Skyline College CHEM 220 Laboratory Manual
Engineering, Science Achievement (MESA) Program
Study Center, Tutoring, Computers, Scholarships & Other Programs
Resources in 7-309
The Learning Center
Tutoring, Workshops, & Other Programs
Resources in Building 5 - 1st Floor
Skyline College Library
Building 5 - 2nd Floor
American Chemical Society Publications:
• Accounts of Chemical Research
• Chemical and Engineering News
• Environmental Science and Technology
• Journal of the American Chemical Society
• Journal of Chemical Education
Note: Premium access available only on-campus from campus computers
and personal computers connected to the Skyline College Public Wi-Fi.
and Personal Counseling Services
Students of Skyline College (ASSC)
Skyline Student Goverment & Activities
Theta Kappa - Beta Theta Omicron Chapter
Skyline Chapter of PTK National Honor Society
The Skyline View
for young women in
Science, Math & Technology
Chemistry Resource Links
- Chemical Information Databases
- Phone and Dashboard Programs
- iPhone/iPod Touch Applications
- Mac Dashboard Widgets:
Web Browser Plug-ins & Java Applications
- Common plug-ins needed for the course
- You likely have the following browser plug-ins installed. If you do not, please download and install:
- Jmol: Molecule Viewer
- This is a Java-based molecular viewing program regularly embedded in chemical structure websites and should work on either Mac OS or Windows if you have the latest version of Java installed (see below).
- You can also visit the Jmol website where you can find information about the viewer and download a standalone there.
- Java Platform Website - Java may already be installed and running on your computer. Currently, Java 7 does not work with Google Chrome. You will need to use Safari on Mac or Internet Explorer on a PC to view Jmol structures.