Skyline College A.J. Bates Professor of Chemistry
Chem 220 - General Chemistry 2Chem 234 - Organic Chemistry 1 Gay Straight AllianceSkyline Resources

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.

 

Skyline College Resources

Skyline College CHEM 192 Laboratory Manual

Skyline College CHEM 220 Laboratory Manual

Math, 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.

Skyline Counseling Center
Academic, Career, and Personal Counseling Services

Associated Students of Skyline College (ASSC)
Skyline Student Goverment & Activities

Phi Theta Kappa - Beta Theta Omicron Chapter
Skyline Chapter of PTK National Honor Society

The Skyline View 
Skyline College Student Newspaper

Expanding Your Horizons
Conference for young women in Science, Math & Technology

 

Chemistry Resource Links

 

Web Browser Plug-ins & Java Applications

  • 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.