Sponsored by the American Chemical Society, the University of Pennsylvania, and the American Institute of Chemical Engineers, the Chemical Heritage Foundation is a national history center devoted to the chemistry and related molecular sciences and industries.
Besides these sources, the City College Science/Engineering Library also has many books on the history of chemistry. These books are in our circulating collection in the call number (shelf number) range QD11 to QD18.
The official web site of the History of Chemistry Division of the American Chemical Society. In addition to information about the Division itself and its activities, the site includes links (under Further Information on the bottom left) to many outstanding history of chemistry sites.
Established in 1937, SHAC is one of the oldest organizations dedicated to the study of the history of the chemical sciences. The site includes links to news, event announcements, and the official journal of the Society, Ambix.
An interactive timeline compiled by scientists, science communicators and historians. It celebrates three and a half centuries of scientific endeavor and has been launched to commemorate the Royal Society's 350th anniversary in 2010. This site describes historic events and provides access to historic scientific articles.