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Vitamin B7 - Biotin Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of vitamin B7 or biotin. Page 14.

Vitamin C - Ascorbic Acid
Vitamin C - Ascorbic Acid. Chemistry. Page 17.

Vitamin C - Ascorbic Acid Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of vitamin C or ascorbic acid. Page 16.

Vitamin D2 - Ergocalciferol Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of vitamin D2 or ergocalciferol. Page 18.

Vitamin E or Tocopherol
Molecular Structure of Vitamin E or Tocopherol. Page 19.

Vitamin K1
Molecular Structure of Vitamin K1. Page 20.

Vitamin K3 (Menadione)
Vitamin K3 (Menadione). Chemistry. Page 21.

Molecular Structure of Vitamin M or Folic Acid
Molecular Structure of Vitamin M or Folic Acid. Page 22.

Vitamin U - Ardesyl Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of vitamin U or ardesyl. Page 23.

Valyl Radical Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of the valyl radical. Page 2.

Veratraman Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of veratraman. Page 5.

Vobasan Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of vobasan. Page 24.

Xanthophyll Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of xanthophyll. Page 3.

TCPO Fluorescence
TCPO Fluorescence. Chemistry. Page 5.

Tetrafluoroethylene
Tetrafluoroethylene. Chemistry. Page 7.

Theobromine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of theobromine. Page 9.

Thiophene - Thiofuran Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of thiophene or thiofuran. Page 12.

Thujone Chemical Structure
Molecular structure of thujone, a terpene found in wormwood and the liqueur absinthe. Page 16.

Toluene
Toluene. Chemistry. Page 18.

Tazettine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of tazettine. Page 4.

Thiocyanate Anion Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of the thiocyanate anion. Page 11.

Tyrosyl Radical Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of the tyrosyl radical. Page 28.

Thiosulfate Anion Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of the thiosulfate anion. Page 13.

Threonyl Radical Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of the threonyl radical. Page 15.

Tosylate Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of the tosylate anion. Page 19.

triflate chemical structure
triflate chemical structure. Chemistry. Page 21.

triphosphate chemical structure
triphosphate chemical structure. Chemistry. Page 22.

Tryptophyl Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of tryptophyl. Page 24.

Tubocuraran chemical structure
This is the chemical structure of tubocuraran. Page 25.

Tubulosan Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of tubulosan. Page 26.

Vitamin B1 (Thiamine Chloride)
Vitamin B1 (Thiamine Chloride). Chemistry. Page 10.

Taxane Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of taxane. Page 2.

Trichothecane Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of trichothecane. Page 20.

Testosterone Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of testosterone. Page 6.

Uracil
Uracil. Chemistry.

Uridine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of uridine. Page 2.

Ursane Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of ursane. Page 3.

Saccharose
Saccharose. Chemistry. Page 3.

Sodium Bicarbonate or Baking Soda
Sodium Bicarbonate or Baking Soda. Page 10.

Stachane Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of stachane. Page 16.

Sucrose or Saccharose
Sucrose or Saccharose. Chemistry. Page 21.

Sulfur Dioxide
Sulfur Dioxide. Chemistry. Page 25.

Sulfuric Acid
Sulfuric Acid. Chemistry. Page 31.

Sulfuric Acid
Sulfuric Acid. Chemistry. Page 30.

Senecionan Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of senecionan. Page 82.

Solanidane Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of solanidane. Page 12.

Sparteine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of sparteine. Page 14.

Spirosolane Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of spirosolane. Page 15.

Strychnidine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of strychnidine. Page 18.

Sulfate Ion Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of the sulfate ion. Page 23.

Sulfite Anion Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of the sulfite anion. Page 24.

Ricin
Ricin. Chemistry. Page 5.

Rosane Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of rosane. Page 7.

Rheadan Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of rheadan. Page 2.

Rodiasine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of rodiasine. Page 6.

S Orbital
Diagram of an S Orbital. Chemistry. Page 2.

Salicylic Acid Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of salicylic acid. Page 4.

Saponification Reaction
Saponification Reaction. Chemistry. Page 5.

Sarin Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of sarin. Page 87.

Snoutane Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of snoutane. Page 9.

Soman
Soman. Chemistry. Page 13.

Stereochemistry Example (Serine)
Stereochemistry Example (Serine). Page 17.

Styrene Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of styrene. Page 19.

Sulfur Mustard
Sulfur Mustard. Chemistry. Page 29.

Sulfur Mustard
Sulfur Mustard. Chemistry. Page 28.

Samandarine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of samandarine. Page 88.

Sarpagan chemical structure
This is the chemical structure of sarpagan. Page 86.

P Orbital
Diagram of a P Orbital. Chemistry.

PABA (Para-Aminobenzoic Acid) Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of para-aminobenzoic acid or PABA. Page 3.

Parathion Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of parathion. Page 6.

Penguinone Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of penguinone or 3,4,4,5-tetramethylcyclohexa-2,5-dien-1-one. Page 7.

Pentane Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of pentane. Page 8.

Phenanthrene Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of phenanthrene. Page 12.

Phosphine
Phosphine. Chemistry. Page 18.

Picrasane Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of picrasane. Page 20.

Pimarane Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of pimarane. Page 22.

Podocarpane Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of podocarpane. Page 23.

Porphyrin Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of porphyrin. Page 25.

Progesterone Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of progesterone. Page 29.

Progesterone Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of progesterone. Page 28.

Propanoic Acid Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of propanoic acid. Page 33.

Pyrazole
This is the chemical structure of Pyrazole. Page 35.

Vitamin B5 - Pantothenic Acid Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of vitamin B5 or pantothenic acid. Page 5.

Pyridoxal - Vitamin B6 Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of pyridoxal, also known as vitamin B6. Page 36.

Pancracine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of pancracine. Page 4.

Permaganate Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of the permaganate anion. Page 10.

Persulfate or Peroxysulfate Anion Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of the persulfate or peroxysulfate anion. Page 11.

Phenolate Anion Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of the phenolate anion. Page 14.

phenylalanyl chemical structure
phenylalanyl chemical structure. Chemistry. Page 16.

Phosphate Anion Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of the phosphate anion. Page 17.

Picrate Anion Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of the picrate anion. Page 21.

Prolyl Radical Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of the prolyl radical. Page 31.

Pyrophosphate Anion Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of the pyrophosphate anion. Page 37.

Pyrosulfate Anion Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of the pyrosulfate anion. Page 38.

Riboflavin - Vitamin B2 Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of riboflavin, also known as vitamin B2. Page 3.

Ophiobolane Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of ophiobolane. Page 2.

Methamphetamine
Methamphetamine. Chemistry. Page 10.

Methamphetamine
Methamphetamine. Chemistry. Page 11.

Vitamin K3 (Menadione) Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of vitamin K3 (Menadione). Page 8.

Matridine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of matridine. Page 4.

Mesylate Anion Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of the mesylate anion. Page 9.

Methionyl Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of the amino acid radical methionyl. Page 18.

Molybdate Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of molybdate. Page 22.

Morphinan Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of morphinan. Page 23.

Lipids
Lipids. Chemistry. Page 5.

l-threonyl chemical structure
l-threonyl chemical structure. Chemistry. Page 35.

l-tryptophyl chemical structure
l-tryptophyl chemical structure. Chemistry. Page 36.

l-tyrosyl chemical structure
l-tyrosyl chemical structure. Chemistry. Page 37.

l-valyl chemical structure
l-valyl chemical structure. Chemistry. Page 38.

Leucyl Radical Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of the amino acid radical leucyl. Page 3.

Lycopodane Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of lycopodane. Page 7.

Lycorenan Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of lycorenan. Page 8.

Lysyl Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of the amino acid radical lysyl. Page 10.

Lythran Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of lythran. Page 11.

Lythancine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of lythrancine. Page 12.

Lythranidine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of lythranidine. Page 13.

3-Methylbutanoic Acid - Isovaleric Acid Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of 3-methylbutanoic acid or isovaleric acid. Page 17.

Malonic Acid Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of malonic acid. Page 2.

Melamine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of melamine. Page 7.

Micelle
Micelle. Chemistry. Page 21.

Maleate (1-) Radical Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of the maleate (1-) radical. Page 3.

Kopsan Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of kopsan. Page 4.

Lidocaine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of lidocaine. Page 4.

l-alanyl chemical structure
l-alanyl chemical structure. Chemistry. Page 14.

l-alpha-aspartyl chemical structure
l-alpha-aspartyl chemical structure. Page 15.

l-alpha-glutamyl chemical structure
l-alpha-glutamyl chemical structure. Page 16.

l-aminobutanoyl chemical structure
l-aminobutanoyl chemical structure. Page 17.

l-arginyl chemical structure
l-arginyl chemical structure. Chemistry. Page 18.

l-asparaginyl chemical structure
l-asparaginyl chemical structure. Page 19.

l-cysteinyl chemical structure
l-cysteinyl chemical structure. Chemistry. Page 20.

l-glutaminyl chemical structure
l-glutaminyl chemical structure. Chemistry. Page 21.

l-glycyl chemical structure
l-glycyl chemical structure. Chemistry. Page 22.

l-histidyl chemical structure
l-histidyl chemical structure. Chemistry. Page 23.

l-homocysteinyl chemical structure
l-homocysteinyl chemical structure. Page 24.

l-isoleucyl chemical structure
l-isoleucyl chemical structure. Chemistry. Page 25.

l-leucyl chemical structure
l-leucyl chemical structure. Chemistry. Page 26.

l-lysyl chemical structure
l-lysyl chemical structure. Chemistry. Page 27.

l-methionyl chemical structure
l-methionyl chemical structure. Chemistry. Page 28.

l-norleucyl chemical structure
l-norleucyl chemical structure. Chemistry. Page 29.

l-norvalyl chemical structure
l-norvalyl chemical structure. Chemistry. Page 30.

l-orithyl chemical structure
l-orithyl chemical structure. Chemistry. Page 31.

l-phenylalanyl chemical structure
l-phenylalanyl chemical structure. Page 32.

l-prolyl chemical structure
l-prolyl chemical structure. Chemistry. Page 33.

l-seryl chemical structure
l-seryl chemical structure. Chemistry. Page 34.

2H-Imidazole - 2-Isoimidazole - 1,3-isodiazole Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of 2H-imidazole. Page 6.

Imidazole
This is the chemical structure of imidazole. Page 5.

Isoazole - 2H-Pyrrole Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of 2H-pyrrole, also known as isoazole and isopyrrole. Page 27.

Isoprene Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of isoprene. Page 45.

Isoleucyl Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of isoleucyl. Page 41.

DAMN
DAMN. Chemistry. Page 2.

DEAD
DEAD. Chemistry. Page 5.

DEET
DEET is the most common active ingredient in insect repellents. DEET is N,N-Diethyl-m-toluamide or N,N-Diethyl-3-methylbenzamide. Page 8.

DNA - deoxyribonucleic acid
DNA - deoxyribonucleic acid. Chemistry. Page 15.

Dopamine
Dopamine. Chemistry. Page 16.

dendrobane chemical structure
dendrobane chemical structure. Chemistry. Page 9.

dichromate chemical structure
dichromate chemical structure. Chemistry. Page 10.

dihydrophosphate chemical structure
dihydrophosphate chemical structure. Page 11.

Carbon Dioxide
Carbon Dioxide. Chemistry. Page 3.

Carboxylic Acid Functional Group
This is the chemical structure of the carboxylic acid functional group. Page 6.

Cedrane Chemical Structure
Cedrane Chemical Structure. Chemistry. Page 8.

Cellulose
Cellulose. Chemistry. Page 9.

Chemiluminescence Reaction
Chemiluminescence Reaction. Chemistry. Page 13.

Cholesterol
Cholesterol. Chemistry. Page 17.

Corticol
Corticol. Chemistry.

Cortisol
Cortisol. Chemistry. Page 23.

Creatine
Creatine. Chemistry. Page 27.

Cysteine
Cysteine. Chemistry.

cephalotaxine chemical structure
cephalotaxine chemical structure. Page 10.

cevane chemical structure
cevane chemical structure. Chemistry. Page 11.

chelidonine chemical structure
chelidonine chemical structure. Chemistry. Page 12.

chromate chemical structure
chromate chemical structure. Chemistry. Page 19.

cinchonan chemical structure
cinchonan chemical structure. Chemistry. Page 20.

conanine chemical structure
conanine chemical structure. Chemistry. Page 22.

corynan chemical structure
corynan chemical structure. Chemistry. Page 25.

corynoxan chemical structure
corynoxan chemical structure. Chemistry. Page 26.

crinan chemical structure
crinan chemical structure. Chemistry. Page 28.

curan chemical structure
curan chemical structure. Chemistry. Page 29.

cyanate chemical structure
cyanate chemical structure. Chemistry. Page 30.

cyanide chemical structure
cyanide chemical structure. Chemistry. Page 31.

cysteinyl chemical structure
cysteinyl chemical structure. Chemistry. Page 36.

Benzoic Acid
Benzoic Acid. Chemistry. Page 5.

Vitamin B7 - Biotin Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of vitamin B7 or biotin. Page 11.

benzoate chemical structure
benzoate chemical structure. Chemistry. Page 6.

Brosylate Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of the brosylate anion. Page 12.

Benzene Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of benzene. Page 4.

Circular Periodic Table
Circular Periodic Table. Chemistry. Page 7.

Dalton's Element Notes
Dalton's Element Notes. Chemistry. Page 5.

Diderot's Chart
Diderot's Chart. Chemistry. Page 6.

Helix Chemica
Helix Chemica. Chemistry. Page 4.

Mendeleev's Periodic Table of the Elements
Mendeleev's Periodic Table of the Elements. Page 2.

Alchemy Symbols
The Alchemy Symbols Gallery shows many of these symbols and explains the significance of the elements in alchemy. Page 7.

Amino Acids
Amino Acids. Chemistry. Page 14.

Chemical Weapons & Warfare Agents
Chemical Weapons & Warfare Agents. Page 15.

Famous Chemists
Famous Chemists. Chemistry. Page 4.

Lab Equipment & Instruments
Lab Equipment & Instruments. Chemistry. Page 10.

Lab Safety Signs
Lab Safety Signs. Chemistry. Page 3.

Fluorescence & Phosphorescence
Fluorescence & Phosphorescence. Chemistry. Page 16.

Nobel Laureates in Chemistry
Nobel Laureates in Chemistry. Page 9.

Periodic Tables
Periodic Tables. Chemistry. Page 12.

Science Clip Art
Science Clip Art. Chemistry. Page 13.

Science Pictures
Science Pictures. Chemistry. Page 5.

Vitamins
See the molecular structures of the vitamins. Page 17.

Chemical Elements
The chemical elements are a diverse group of substances. See how they look in their pure form. Page 2.

Black Sand Beach
Black Sand Beach. Chemistry.

Black Sand
Black sand from Punaluu's beach park on the island of Hawaii. Page 3.

Sea Turtle at Black Sand Beach
Sea Turtle at Black Sand Beach. Chemistry. Page 2.

2007 - Gerhard Ertl
2007 - Gerhard Ertl. Chemistry. Page 151.

Richard R. Schrock - 2005 Nobel Prize in Chemistry
Richard R. Schrock - 2005 Nobel Prize in Chemistry. Page 149.

Robert H. Grubbs - 2005 Nobel Prize in Chemistry
Robert H. Grubbs - 2005 Nobel Prize in Chemistry. Page 148.

Yves Chauvin - 2005 Nobel Prize in Chemistry
Yves Chauvin - 2005 Nobel Prize in Chemistry. Page 147.

Green Enough Sand Beach
Green Enough Sand Beach. Chemistry. Page 10.

Green Sand Beach Trail
Green Sand Beach Trail. Chemistry. Page 7.

Green Sand
Green Sand. Chemistry. Page 2.

Green Sand
Green Sand. Chemistry.

Olivine from Hawaii's Green Sand Beach
Olivine from Hawaii's Green Sand Beach. Page 4.

Olivine or Peridot
Olivine or Peridot. Chemistry. Page 5.

Green Sand Beach
Green Sand Beach. Chemistry. Page 3.

Pocket of Green Sand
Pocket of Green Sand. Chemistry. Page 11.

1903 - Svante A. Arrhenius
1903 - Svante A. Arrhenius. Chemistry. Page 3.

1904 - Sir William Ramsay
1904 - Sir William Ramsay Chemistry. Page 4.

1905 - Adolf von Baeyer
1905 - Adolf von Baeyer. Chemistry. Page 5.

1906 - Henri Moissan
1906 - Henri Moissan. Chemistry. Page 6.

1907 - Eduard Buchner
1907 - Eduard Buchner Chemistry. Page 7.

1908 - Sir Ernest Rutherford
1908 - Sir Ernest Rutherford Chemistry. Page 8.

1909 - Wilhelm Ostwald
1909 - Wilhelm Ostwald Chemistry. Page 9.

1925 - Richard A. Zsigmondy
1925 - Richard A. Zsigmondy Chemistry. Page 22.

1926 - Theodor Svedberg
1926 - Theodor Svedberg. Chemistry. Page 23.

1927 - Heinrich O. Wieland
1927 - Heinrich O. Wieland Chemistry. Page 24.

1928 - Adolf O. R. Windaus
1928 - Adolf O. R. Windaus. Chemistry. Page 25.

1929 - Hans von Euler-Chelpin
1929 - Hans von Euler-Chelpin. Chemistry. Page 26.

1929 - Sir Arthur Harden
1929 - Sir Arthur Harden Chemistry. Page 27.

1930 - Hans Fischer
1930 - Hans Fischer Chemistry. Page 28.

1931 - Friedrich Bergius
1931 - Friedrich Bergius. Chemistry. Page 29.

1931 - Karl Bosch
1931 - Karl Bosch Chemistry. Page 30.

Aaron Ciechanover - 2004 Nobel Prize in Chemistry
Aaron Ciechanover - 2004 Nobel Prize in Chemistry. Page 144.

Avram Hershko - 2004 Nobel Prize in Chemistry
Avram Hershko - 2004 Nobel Prize in Chemistry. Page 145.

Irwin Rose - 2004 Nobel Prize in Chemistry
Irwin Rose - 2004 Nobel Prize in Chemistry. Page 146.

1918 - Fritz Haber
1918 - Fritz Haber Chemistry. Page 17.

1920 - Walther H. Nernst
1920 - Walther H. Nernst Chemistry. Page 18.

1921 - Frederick Soddy
1921 - Frederick Soddy Chemistry. Page 19.

1922 - Francis W. Aston
1922 - Francis W. Aston Chemistry. Page 20.

1923 - Fritz Pregl
1923 - Fritz Pregl Chemistry. Page 21.

1934 - Harold C. Urey
1934 - Harold C. Urey Chemistry. Page 32.

1935 - Iréne Joliot-Curie
1935 - Iréne Joliot-Curie. Chemistry. Page 33.

1935 - Jean Frédéric Joliot
1935 - Jean Frédéric Joliot Page 34.

1936 - Peter J. W. Debye
1936 - Peter J. W. Debye. Chemistry. Page 35.

1937 - Paul Karrer
1937 - Paul Karrer Chemistry. Page 37.

1937 - Walter N. Haworth
1937 - Walter N. Haworth Chemistry. Page 36.

1938 - Richard Kuhn
1938 - Richard Kuhn Chemistry. Page 38.

1939 - Adolf F. J. Butenandt
1939 - Adolf F. J. Butenandt Chemistry. Page 39.

1939 - Leopold Ruzicka
1939 - Leopold Ruzicka Chemistry. Page 40.

1943 - Georg de Hevesy
1943 - Georg de Hevesy Chemistry. Page 41.

1944 - Otto Hahn
1944 - Otto Hahn Chemistry. Page 42.

1945 - Artturi I. Virtanen
1945 - Artturi I. Virtanen. Chemistry. Page 43.

1932 - Irving Langmuir
1932 - Irving Langmuir Chemistry. Page 31.

1946 - James B. Sumner
1946 - James B. Sumner Chemistry. Page 46.

1946 - John H. Northrop
1946 - John H. Northrop Chemistry. Page 44.

1946 - Wendell M. Stanley
1946 - Wendell M. Stanley Chemistry. Page 45.

1947 - Sir Robert Robinson
1947 - Sir Robert Robinson Chemistry. Page 47.

1948 - Arne W. K. Tiselius
1948 - Arne W. K. Tiselius Chemistry. Page 48.

1949 - William F. Giauque
1949 - William F. Giauque Chemistry. Page 49.

1950 - Otto P. H. Diels
1950 - Otto P. H. Diels. Chemistry. Page 51.

1951 - Edwin M. McMillan
Chemistry. Page 52.

1951 - Glenn T. Seaborg
1951 - Glenn T. Seaborg Chemistry. Page 53.

1952 - Archer J. P. Martin
1952 - Archer J. P. Martin Chemistry. Page 54.

1952 - Richard L. M. Synge
1952 - Richard L. M. Synge. Chemistry. Page 55.

1953 - Hermann Staudinger
1953 - Hermann Staudinger Chemistry. Page 56.

1954 - Linus C. Pauling
1954 - Linus C. Pauling Chemistry. Page 57.

1955 - Vincent du Vigneaud
1955 - Vincent du Vigneaud Chemistry. Page 58.

1964 - Dorothy Crowfoot-Hodgkin
1964 - Dorothy Crowfoot-Hodgkin Page 70.

1965 - Robert B. Woodward
1965 - Robert B. Woodward Chemistry. Page 71.

1950 - Kurt Alder
1950 - Kurt Alder Chemistry. Page 50.

1956 - Nikolai N. Semenov
1956 - Nikolai N. Semenov Chemistry. Page 60.

1956 - Sir Cyril N. Hinshelwood
1956 - Sir Cyril N. Hinshelwood. Chemistry. Page 59.

1957 - Sir Alexander R. Todd
1957 - Sir Alexander R. Todd. Chemistry. Page 61.

1958 - Frederick Sanger
1958 - Frederick Sanger. Chemistry. Page 62.

1959 - Jaroslav Heyrovsky
1959 - Jaroslav Heyrovsky Chemistry. Page 63.

1960 - Willard F. Libby
1960 - Willard F. Libby. Chemistry. Page 64.

1961 - Melvin Calvin
1961 - Melvin Calvin. Chemistry. Page 65.

1962 - John C. Kendrew
1962 - John C. Kendrew Chemistry. Page 66.

1962 - Max F. Perutz
1962 - Max F. Perutz Chemistry. Page 67.

1963 - Giulio Natta
1963 - Giulio Natta Chemistry. Page 68.

1963 - Karl Ziegler
1963 - Karl Ziegler Chemistry. Page 69.

1969 - Odd Hassel
1969 - Odd Hassel. Chemistry. Page 78.

1970 - Luis F. Leloir
1970 - Luis F. Leloir Chemistry. Page 79.

1971 - Gerhard Herzberg
1971 - Gerhard Herzberg. Chemistry. Page 80.

1972 - Christian B. Anfinsen
1972 - Christian B. Anfinsen Chemistry. Page 81.

1972 - Stanford Moore
1972 - Stanford Moore. Chemistry. Page 82.

1972 - William H. Stein
1972 - William H. Stein Chemistry. Page 83.

1966 - Robert S. Mulliken
1966 - Robert S. Mulliken Chemistry. Page 72.

1967 - George Porter
1967 - George Porter. Chemistry. Page 75.

1967 - Manfred Eigen
1967 - Manfred Eigen Chemistry. Page 73.

1967 - Ronald G. W. Norrish
1967 - Ronald G. W. Norrish Chemistry. Page 74.

1968 - Lars Onsager
1968 - Lars Onsager Chemistry. Page 76.

1969 - Derek H. R. Barton
1969 - Derek H. R. Barton. Chemistry. Page 77.

1973 - Ernst Otto Fischer
1973 - Ernst Otto Fischer. Chemistry. Page 84.

1973 - Geoffrey Wilkinson
1973 - Geoffrey Wilkinson Chemistry. Page 85.

1981 - Roald Hoffmann
1981 - Roald Hoffmann Chemistry. Page 98.

1982 - Aaron Klug
1982 - Aaron Klug Chemistry. Page 99.

1983 - Henry Taube
1983 - Henry Taube Chemistry. Page 100.

1984 - Robert Bruce Merrifield
1984 - Robert Bruce Merrifield. Chemistry. Page 101.

1985 - Herbert A. Hauptman
1985 - Herbert A. Hauptman. Chemistry. Page 102.

1985 - Jerome Karle
1985 - Jerome Karle. Chemistry. Page 103.

1986 - Dudley Herschbach
1986 - Dudley Herschbach Chemistry. Page 104.

1986 - John C. Polanyi
1986 - John C. Polanyi Chemistry. Page 106.

1986 - Yuan T. Lee
1986 - Yuan T. Lee. Chemistry. Page 105.

1987 - Donald J. Cram
1987 - Donald J. Cram Chemistry. Page 107.

1975 - Vladimir Prelog
1975 - Vladimir Prelog. Chemistry. Page 88.

1976 - William N. Lipscomb
1976 - William N. Lipscomb Chemistry. Page 89.

1977 - Ilya Prigogine
1977 - Ilya Prigogine Chemistry. Page 90.

1978 - Peter Mitchell
1978 - Peter Mitchell. Chemistry. Page 91.

1979 - George Wittig
1979 - George Wittig. Chemistry. Page 93.

1979 - Herbert C. Brown
1979 - Herbert C. Brown Chemistry. Page 92.

1980 - Frederick Sanger
1980 - Frederick Sanger. Chemistry. Page 96.

1980 - Paul Berg
1980 - Paul Berg Chemistry. Page 94.

1980 - Walter Gilbert
1980 - Walter Gilbert Chemistry. Page 95.

1981 - Kenichi Fukui
1981 - Kenichi Fukui Chemistry. Page 97.

1994 - George A. Olah
1994 - George A. Olah Chemistry. Page 120.

1995 - F. Sherwood Rowland
1995 - F. Sherwood Rowland Chemistry. Page 123.

1995 - Paul Crutzen
1995 - Paul Crutzen Chemistry. Page 121.

1996 - Harold W. Kroto
1996 - Harold W. Kroto. Chemistry. Page 125.

1996 - Richard E. Smalley
1996 - Richard E. Smalley Chemistry. Page 126.

1996 - Robert F. Curl, Jr.
1996 - Robert F. Curl, Jr. Chemistry. Page 124.

1997 - Paul D. Boyer
1997 - Paul D. Boyer Chemistry. Page 127.

1974 - Paul J. Flory
1974 - Paul J. Flory Chemistry. Page 86.

1975 - Sir John Cornforth
1975 - Sir John Cornforth Chemistry. Page 87.

1987 - Charles J. Pedersen
1987 - Charles J. Pedersen Chemistry. Page 109.

1987 - Jean-Marie Lehn
1987 - Jean-Marie Lehn Chemistry. Page 108.

1988 - Hartmut Michel
1988 - Hartmut Michel Chemistry. Page 112.

1988 - Johann Deisenhofer
1988 - Johann Deisenhofer Chemistry. Page 110.

1988 - Robert Huber
1988 - Robert Huber. Chemistry. Page 111.

1989 - Sidney Altman
1989 - Sidney Altman. Chemistry. Page 113.

1989 - Thomas R. Cech
1989 - Thomas R. Cech Chemistry. Page 114.

1990 - Elias James Corey
1990 - Elias James Corey Chemistry. Page 115.

1991 - Richard R. Ernst
1991 - Richard R. Ernst Chemistry. Page 116.

1992 - Rudolph A. Marcus
1992 - Rudolph A. Marcus Chemistry. Page 117.

1993 - Kary B. Mullis
1993 - Kary B. Mullis. Chemistry. Page 118.

1993 - Michael Smith
1993 - Michael Smith Chemistry. Page 119.

1995 - Mario Molina
1995 - Mario Molina. Chemistry. Page 122.

1997 - Jens C. Skou
1997 - Jens C. Skou Chemistry. Page 128.

1997 - John E. Walker
1997 - John E. Walker Chemistry. Page 129.

1998 - John A. Pople
1998 - John A. Pople Chemistry. Page 131.

1902 - Hermann Emil Fischer
1902 - Hermann Emil Fischer. Chemistry. Page 2.

1913 - Alfred Werner
1913 - Alfred Werner Chemistry. Page 14.

1914 - Theodore W. Richards
1914 - Theodore W. Richards. Chemistry. Page 15.

1915 - Richard M. Willstätter
1915 - Richard M. Willstätter Page 16.

1998 - Walter Kohn
1998 - Walter Kohn Chemistry. Page 130.

1999 - Ahmed H. Zewail
1999 - Ahmed H. Zewail. Chemistry. Page 132.

2000 - Alan G. MacDiarmid
2000 - Alan G. MacDiarmid Chemistry. Page 134.

2000 - Alan J. Heeger
2000 - Alan J. Heeger. Chemistry. Page 133.

2000 - Hideki Shirakawa
2000 - Hideki Shirakawa Chemistry. Page 135.

2001 - K. Barry Sharpless
2001 - K. Barry Sharpless. Chemistry. Page 138.

2001 - Ryoji Noyori
2001 - Ryoji Noyori Chemistry. Page 137.

2001 - William S. Knowles
2001 - William S. Knowles Chemistry. Page 136.

2002 - John B. Fenn
2002 - John B. Fenn Chemistry. Page 139.

2002 - Koichi Tanaka
2002 - Koichi Tanaka. Chemistry. Page 140.

2002 - Kurt Wüthrich
2002 - Kurt Wüthrich. Chemistry. Page 141.

2003 - Peter Agre
2003 - Peter Agre. Chemistry. Page 142.

2003 - Roderick MacKinnon
2003 - Roderick MacKinnon. Chemistry. Page 143.

2006 - Roger D. Kornberg
2006 - Roger D. Kornberg. Chemistry. Page 150.

1910 - Otto Wallach
1910 - Otto Wallach. Chemistry. Page 10.

1911 - Marie Curie
1911 - Marie Curie. Chemistry. Page 11.

1912 - Paul Sabatier
1912 - Paul Sabatier Chemistry. Page 13.

1912 - Victor Grignard
1912 - Victor Grignard Chemistry. Page 12.

Albert Einstein
Albert Einstein. Chemistry. Page 33.

Curie Lab
Curie Lab. Chemistry. Page 3.

Dmitri Mendeleev
Dmitri Mendeleev. Chemistry. Page 45.

First Solvay Conference (1911)
First Solvay Conference. Chemistry.

Portrait of Monsieur Lavoisier and his Wife
Portrait of Monsieur Lavoisier and his Wife. Page 6.

Linus Pauling
Linus Pauling. Chemistry. Page 54.

Linus Pauling
Linus Pauling. Chemistry. Page 55.

Lise Meitner
Lise Meitner. Chemistry. Page 44.

Mae Jemison
Mae Jemison. Chemistry. Page 41.

Rosalind Franklin
Rosalind Franklin. Chemistry. Page 38.

Shannon Lucid
Shannon Lucid. Chemistry. Page 43.

Sir Humphry Davy
Sir Humphry Davy. Chemistry. Page 30.

Sir Humphry Davy
Sir Humphry Davy. Chemistry. Page 29.

Sir Humphry Davy
Sir Humphry Davy. Chemistry. Page 28.

Wilhelm Ostwald
Wilhelm Ostwald. Chemistry. Page 53.

Adolf O. R. Windaus
Adolf O. R. Windaus. Chemistry. Page 76.

Adolf von Baeyer
Adolf von Baeyer. Chemistry. Page 12.

Eduard Buchner
Eduard Buchner Chemistry. Page 16.

Francis W. Aston
Francis W. Aston. Chemistry. Page 10.

Friedrich Bergius
Friedrich Bergius. Chemistry. Page 14.

Fritz Pregl
Fritz Pregl. Chemistry. Page 56.

Hans Fischer
Hans Fischer. Chemistry. Page 37.

Hans von Euler-Chelpin
Hans von Euler-Chelpin. Chemistry. Page 36.

Heinrich O. Wieland
Heinrich O. Wieland. Chemistry. Page 74.

Henri Moissan
Henri Moissan. Chemistry. Page 50.

Karl Bosch
Karl Bosch. Chemistry. Page 15.

Richard A. Zsigmondy
Richard A. Zsigmondy. Chemistry. Page 77.

Sir Ernest Rutherford
Sir Ernest Rutherford Chemistry. Page 63.

Sir William Ramsay
Sir William Ramsay. Chemistry. Page 57.

Svante A. Arrhenius
Svante A. Arrhenius. Chemistry. Page 9.

Theodor Svedberg
Theodor Svedberg. Chemistry. Page 66.

Sir Arthur Harden
Sir Arthur Harden. Chemistry. Page 40.

Alfred Werner
Alfred Werner. Chemistry. Page 73.

Amedeo Avogadro
Amedeo Avogadro. Chemistry. Page 11.

Frederick Soddy
Frederick Soddy. Chemistry. Page 65.

Sir Joseph John (J. J.) Thomson
Sir Joseph John (J. J.) Thomson. Chemistry. Page 68.

Gilbert N. Lewis
Gilbert N. Lewis. Chemistry. Page 42.

Marie Curie
Marie Curie. Chemistry. Page 25.

Marie Curie
Marie Curie. Chemistry. Page 22.

Marie Curie
Marie Curie. Chemistry. Page 24.

Marie Curie
Marie Curie. Chemistry. Page 21.

Marie Curie
Marie Curie. Chemistry. Page 23.

Curie Women
Marie Curie with Meloney, Irène, and Eve shortly after their arrival in the United States. Page 4.

Otto Wallach
Otto Wallach. Chemistry. Page 72.

Paul Sabatier
Paul Sabatier. Chemistry. Page 64.

Pierre Curie
Pierre Curie. Chemistry. Page 26.

Richard M. Willstätter
Richard M. Willstätter. Chemistry. Page 75.

Theodore W. Richards
Theodore W. Richards. Chemistry. Page 58.

Victor Grignard
Victor Grignard. Chemistry. Page 39.

Walther H. Nernst
Walther H. Nernst. Chemistry. Page 52.

Ernest Rutherford
Ernest Rutherford. Chemistry. Page 61.

Ernest Rutherford
Ernest Rutherford. Chemistry. Page 62.

Ernest Rutherford
Ernest Rutherford. Chemistry. Page 60.

J.J. Thomson
J.J. Thomson. Chemistry. Page 67.

J. J. Thomson and Ernest Rutherford
J. J. Thomson and Ernest Rutherford. Page 5.

Tryptophan Metabolism
Tryptophan Metabolism. Chemistry. Page 20.

Tryptophan Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of tryptophan. Page 19.

Alanine Chemical Structure
Alanine Chemical Structure. Chemistry. Page 2.

Amino Acid General Structure
Amino Acid General Structure. Chemistry.

Arginine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of arginine. Page 3.

Asparagine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of asparagine. Page 4.

Aspartic Acid Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of aspartic acid. Page 5.

Cysteine Chemical Structure
Cysteine Chemical Structure. Chemistry. Page 6.

Isoleucine Chemical Structure
This is the chemical structure of isoleucine. Page 11.

Chemical Weapon Symbol
Chemical Weapon Symbol. Chemistry. Page 57.

Base-Centered Orthorhombic Bravais Crystal Lattice
Base-Centered Orthorhombic Bravais Crystal Lattice. Page 5.

Body-Centered Orthorhombic Bravais Crystal Lattice
Body-Centered Orthorhombic Bravais Crystal Lattice. Page 6.

Face-Centered Orthorhombic Bravais Crystal Lattice
Face-Centered Orthorhombic Bravais Crystal Lattice. Page 7.

Simple Orthorhombic Bravais Crystal Lattice
Simple Orthorhombic Bravais Crystal Lattice. Page 4.

Base Centered Monoclinic Bravais Crystal Lattice
Base Centered Monoclinic Bravais Crystal Lattice. Page 3.

Simple Monoclinic Bravais Crystal Lattice
Simple Monoclinic Bravais Crystal Lattice. Page 2.

Amethyst
Amethyst. Chemistry. Page 7.

Aragonite
Aragonite. Chemistry. Page 9.

Azurite
Azurite. Chemistry. Page 11.

Bismuth Crystal
Bismuth Crystal. Chemistry. Page 17.

Bismuth
Bismuth. Chemistry. Page 16.

Enargite & Pyrite
Enargite & Pyrite. Chemistry. Page 31.

Garnets and Quartz
Garnets and Quartz. Chemistry. Page 37.

Kyanite
Kyanite. Chemistry. Page 48.

Liquid Crystals
Liquid Crystals. Chemistry. Page 49.

Magnesium
Magnesium. Chemistry. Page 53.

Protein Crystals
Protein Crystals. Chemistry. Page 57.

Rutile Needles
Rutile Needles. Chemistry. Page 67.

Alum Crystal
This is a large crystal of alum, or aluminium potassium sulfate. Page 4.

Amethyst
Crystals of amethyst from Brazil. Page 6.

Beryl
Beryl. Chemistry. Page 14.

Borax Crystal Snowflake
Borax Crystal Snowflake. Chemistry. Page 19.

Borax
This is a photo of borax crystals from California. Borax is sodium tetraborate or disodium tetraborate. Page 18.

Calcite
Calcite. Chemistry. Page 23.

Gallium
Pure gallium has a bright silver color. These crystals were grown by the photographer. Page 36.

Insulin
These are crystals of insulin. Chemistry. Page 46.

Liquid Crystal
This photo shows the Shlirren texture of the nematic phase of a liquid crystal. Page 50.

Lysozyme Crystal
Lysozyme Crystal. Chemistry. Page 52.

Realgar
Realgar. Chemistry. Page 62.

Rock Candy
This is a partially-eaten stick of rock candy, or colored sugar (sucrose) crystals. Page 64.

Ruby
Ruby. Chemistry. Page 66.

Silver Crystals
Photograph of crystals of silver metal, with a penny included to indicate the size of the sample. Page 76.

Sugar Crystals - Sucrose
This is a photo of magnified crystals of sucrose, or table sugar. Page 90.

Sulfur Crystals
Photograph of crystals of elemental sulfur, with a penny included to indicate the size of the sample. Page 94.

Tellurium
Tellurium is a brittle silver-white metalloid. This image is of an ultra-pure tellurium crystal, 2-cm in length. Page 95.

Topaz
Topaz. Chemistry. Page 97.

Bismuth
Bismuth is a crystalline white metal, with a pink tinge. The iridescent color of this bismuth crystal is the result of a thin oxide layer on its surface. Page 15.

Copper Sulfate Crystals
Copper Sulfate Crystals. Chemistry. Page 27.

Rough Diamond
This rough diamond is a crystal of elemental carbon. Page 28.

Geode
Geode. Chemistry. Page 38.

Gold
Crystals of gold metal. Chemistry. Page 40.

Quartz Crystals
Quartz Crystals. Chemistry. Page 100.

Salt Crystal - Sodium Chloride or Halite
Salt Crystal - Sodium Chloride or Halite. Page 70.

Snow Crystal - Tsuzumi Form
Snow Crystal - Tsuzumi Form. Chemistry. Page 79.

Snow Crystal
Snow Crystal. Chemistry. Page 78.

Snow Images
Snow Images - Scanning Electron Micrographs. Page 77.

Sulfur
Crystals of the nonmetallic element sulfur. Page 93.

Battery
Battery. Chemistry. Page 9.

Biohazard Symbol
Biohazard Symbol. Chemistry. Page 47.

Bunsen Burner
Bunsen Burner. Chemistry. Page 26.

Caduceus
Caduceus. Chemistry. Page 50.

Chemistry Glassware
Chemistry Glassware. Page 28.

Electrochemical Cell
Electrochemical Cell. Chemistry. Page 10.

Erlenmeyer Flask
Erlenmeyer Flask. Chemistry. Page 55.

Icecube
Icecube. Chemistry. Page 48.

Light Bulb
Light Bulb. Chemistry. Page 49.

National Chemistry Week 2005
National Chemistry Week 2005. Page 53.

National Chemistry Week
National Chemistry Week. Page 51.

Thermometer
Thermometer. Chemistry. Page 54.

Wild Test Tube
Wild Test Tube. Chemistry. Page 37.

Balance
Balance. Chemistry. Page 36.

Beaker
Beaker. Chemistry. Page 56.

Bubbling Erlenmeyer Flask
Bubbling Erlenmeyer Flask. Chemistry. Page 45.

Chemistry Experiment
Chemistry Experiment. Page 20.

Chemistry Experiment
Chemistry Experiment. Page 27.

Chemistry Hazard Label
Chemistry Hazard Label. Page 29.

Environmental Hazard Sign
Environmental Hazard Sign. Chemistry. Page 60.

Explosive Material Sign
Explosive Material Sign. Chemistry. Page 42.

Eyewash Sign
Eyewash Sign. Chemistry. Page 31.

Fire Extinguisher Sign
Fire Extinguisher Sign. Chemistry. Page 32.

Flammable Sign
Flammable Sign. Chemistry. Page 43.

Flammable Symbol
Flammable Symbol. Chemistry. Page 61.

Microscope
Microscope. Chemistry. Page 38.

Nonpotable Water Sign
Nonpotable Water Sign. Chemistry. Page 39.

Radioactive Symbol
Radioactive Symbol. Chemistry. Page 44.

Recycling Sign
Recycling Sign. Chemistry. Page 40.

Toxic Chemical Sign
Toxic Chemical Sign. Chemistry. Page 33.

Toxic Materials Sign
Toxic Materials Sign. Chemistry. Page 41.

Combustible Materials Sign
Combustible Materials Sign. Chemistry. Page 59.

Corrosive Materials Sign
Corrosive Materials Sign. Chemistry. Page 58.

DNA
DNA. Chemistry. Page 46.

Electrical Hazard Sign
Electrical Hazard Sign. Chemistry. Page 52.

No Open Flames
No Open Flames. Chemistry. Page 30.

Platinum - Alchemical Symbol
Platinum - Alchemical Symbol. Chemistry. Page 25.