Links below are generally for significant collections of demonstrations. Some give background details and include sufficient information to reproduce the demonstration, others simply describe and/or include videos or stills of the demos. Additional multimedia material may be found in the Media section, listed by topic.
A collection of Becker's famous (infamous?!) demos with accompanying text, still shots and video. Hosted on the University of Nebraska at Lincoln server.
Demonstrations arranged to follow General Chemistry by Ebbing, from Indiana University at Bloomington.
From the University of California at San Diego.
From the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology, here you will find a course's worth of demonstrations, each accompanied by a PowerPoint presentation and followed by a quiz. Demonstrations are presented in Windows Streaming Media.
Videos and stills of a variety of common lecture demonstrations. From the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
These demos were designed for some fairly sophisticated commercial equipment designed along the lines of Alyea's TOPS system. With a little ingenuity, they should be adaptable. From Peter Keusch at the University of Regensberg (Didactics of Chemistry--Chemical Education site).
From Peter Keusch at the University of Regensberg (Didactics of Chemistry--Chemical Education site). Real Media format. Be sure to scroll down the page and take a look at the demos/experiments on identifying/testing household or supermarket products.
What a find! More demonstrations than you can shake a stirring rod at, many accompanied by videos and printed instructions, as well as student sheets for recording observations and responding to the demos. From Purdue University.
Archive of chemical demonstrations from Leeds University (UK). Includes still-frame "videos" of demos as well as preparation and background information.
Demonstrations and experiments that use materials you can find at the drug or hardware store, from North Carolina State University
- Can't find it here? Try Peter Keusch's extensive list of demonstration experiment links.