science

posted by .

Can you direct me to a site(s) which can help with college chemistry and statistics?

Here are a couple of good chemistry sites that pretty well cover the waterfront. I don't know any stat sites but if you will repost with the subject line of "math" I'm sure someone will help you.

http://antoine.frostburg.edu/chem/senese/101/reactions/types.shtml

(Broken Link Removed)

Respond to this Question

First Name
School Subject
Your Answer

Similar Questions

  1. Science

    we did a field study of two different sites...one was a grassland and one was a forest... considering that our two sites were so close together, why were the abiotic factors in the sites not identical?
  2. chemistry

    What causes surface tension? Please and thanks for the help. intermolecular forces, that is , molecules attracting other molecules, and "holding fast" together. Here are a couple of pretty good sites where you can read more about it.
  3. english

    What free sites or services offer feedback on writing pieces?
  4. College Help

    I'm going to college this September, and would like to know of any good web sites for beginning college students.
  5. English

    I am trying to find sites where it gives the history of erasers. Does anyone know of any good sites?
  6. General Studies

    Someone on here gave me some sites that helped to unscramble words. I don't recall what the site was and I am in need help again. Could someone please give me some unscramble sites again?
  7. American Government

    I have to do a 5 minute presentation on George Washington and I have to focus on his contributions towards the Constitution. All the sites I go to have pretty much the same information. Does anyone have sites that could help me?
  8. Quick Question

    Listen, I am a college student. I have to do a research paper for my Enviornmental Science Paper. I need to use 8 web sources. Does any body know of some good college base sites like any dot gov sites or other sites other than dot …
  9. English I

    What are a couple REALLY good thesaurus sites that you would recommend?
  10. Chemistry

    Assuming 100% dissociation, calculate the freezing point and boiling point of 2.45 m Na2SO4(aq). Constants may be found here sites. google. com/site/chempendix/colligative.

More Similar Questions