Learning Tools

The page consists of links to various chemistry-related websites that provide educational and instructional materials.


Art Carnrick lecture

Learning Tools

Many of the sites contain additional problems that can be worked online. The links are organized by subject or chemistry discipline. If you find any additional sites that you would like to share with your fellow students, let us know at chemistry@uwf.edu.

UWF Students can receive free tutoring at the Learning Center located in Building 52, room 151. Please check their website or contact them directly for hours of availability.

Chemistry Topics


UWF Chemistry Department Course Websites - Most Chemistry Courses Have eLearning sites

Course websites are provided via eLearning or through the UWF intranet. Please see the course syllabus for the correct links to course content.

Organic Chemistry
Organic Chemistry, 6th Edition, McMurray - Website from book publisher 
Organic Chemistry Practice Problems - Useful study tools for students involved in most undergraduate organic chemistry
Organic Synthesis Tutorial - A guide to understanding multi-step synthesis problems
Organic Chemistry Online - Online tutorial consisting of modules in Structure & Bonding, Stereochemistry, and more


Organic Spectroscopy

Webspectra - Spectroscopy problems with solutions
Multispectroscopy - Spectroscopy problems with hints and solutions
Organic Structure Elucidation - Spectroscopy problems without solutions
NMR Principles and Applications - Six  lectures given at Imperial College by Henry Rzepa
Basics of NMR - Online NMR textbook by Joseph P. Hornak, Ph.D.

The Chemical Literature

UWF ELi Research Guide for Chemistry - Description of the chemistry literature and the resources available at UWF
Searching the Chemical Literature - Yale University Sciences Library page on the chemical literature (some resources may not be accessible to UWF students

pKa Data

Bordwell pKa Table (Acidity in DMSO) - Extensive list of pKa data of organic compounds
pKa Data Compiled by R. Williams - Extensive list of pKa data of organic and inorganic compounds