NCEA – Chemistry

Resources to help you find out about chemistry.

Library resources

Science and scientists
A guide to science resources from Christchurch City Libraries.
Science in Context
Curriculum-related science content for high school and university students, teachers and researchers. Merges reference content with journal articles and media reports.
Access this with your library card number and password / PIN, or at our libraries.
Science Reference Center
This database contains full text for nearly 640 science encyclopedias, reference books, periodicals, etc. Topics covered include: biology, chemistry, earth & space science, environmental science, health & medicine, history of science, life science, physics, science & society, science as inquiry, scientists, technology and wildlife.
Access this with your library card number and password / PIN, or at our libraries.

Chemistry web resources

Study It - for NCEA students
Your one stop site for achieving in NCEA. Find what you need to know, contact subject teachers, and get encouragement from other students.
Chemical Reactions - Science Learning Hub
A mix of articles and activities investigating chemical reactions. This website has lots of New Zealand resources for science students. Aimed at Years 5 to 10.
Khan Academy
With particular strength in Math and Science, Khan Academy offers thousands of videos with related exercises to let you learn online at your own pace.
Learn Chemistry Experimentation Hub
Explore and enjoy experiments to increase engagement in scientific investigation, develop new skills and enhance your knowledge. From the Royal Society of Chemistry.
No Brain Too Small
NCEA levels 1 - 3 & Junior science revision.
SparkNotes Study Guide Chemistry
The chemistry study guide includes the periodic table and atomic structure, gases, titrations. May require you to join but membership is free.
Web Elements
Utilising colour, pictures and photographs, the chemical elements of the periodical and their properties are described as well as their history, uses, reactions with other elements and more.

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