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How to Use
Chemistry Index

Using the index can be more effective
than using the search page.

The main index page displays the alphabet.
Clicking on a letter (say A),
will take you to the index page displaying
all the words and topics beginning with A.

Each entry is a link to the relevant information.
If an entry has more than one link,
then it is written in white and the links
are centred in the column beneath it.

Entries in yellow are elements. Clicking on
one of these will take you to the page for that element.
The same page can be reached by clicking on the
chemical symbol for that element in the periodic table.
Many element pages have a "reaction with" section.
Here you can find all of
the reactions involving that element or compound

Entries in red are compounds.
Some compounds have their own page but
most are listed on the element pages.
If you want to know something about sodium chloride,
it will be on the sodium page. Compounds
are listed in red at the end of the element page.

Entries in pink are special index pages.
These pages contain links to large topics.
Clicking on metals or Earth will take you
to special index pages with links to those subjects.


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