- Classic Chemistry
Classic papers from the history of chemistry, calendar of chemical anniversaries, glossary of archaic terms, annotated papers on elements and atoms, and "Classic calculations" (educational exercises based on history of chemistry)
HYLE: International Journal for Philosophy of Chemistry
HYLE is a peer reviewed international journal dedicated to all philosophical aspects of chemistry. Articles deal with epistemological, methodological, foundational, and ontological problems of chemistry and its subfields; the peculiarities of chemistry and relations to technology, other scientific and non-scientific fields; aesthetical, ethical, and environmental matters in chemistry; as well as philosophically relevant facets of the history, sociology, linguistics, and education of chemistry.
Early Ideas in the History of Quantum Chemistry.
Biographies of people involved in the early ideas of quantum chemistry, including interviews with fifteen of these people.
Robert Boyle Project
Resource at Birkbeck College, University of London, devoted to the life and work of Robert Boyle (1627-1691). Includes online articles and informational links on the subject.
Obituary for the scientist who was one of the discoverers of the isotope carbon-14 and is also remembered as a victim of Cold War era witch hunts. From the Guardian.
Sir Humprey Davy
Full text facsimile of the original publication in Littell's Living Age Journal, published in 1845 .
Essay on a Manner of Determining the Relative Masses of the Elementary Molecules
Avogadro's 1811 Journal de Physique paper.