The Chemistry Reference Tables (CRT) is an invaluable tool to the chemistry student. It contains important measurements, equations, and identification tables. The booklet is frequently used during classes, tests, and lab assignments. The CRT is also used on the Chemistry Regents Exam. The links provided below are for student use and are free and fast.
To get additional hard copies of the Braille and large-type editions ONLY of the Chemistry Regents Reference Table, send requests on school letter head to State Ed's FAX @ (518) 474-1989. Include: subject, quantity, name, school address & school's BEDS code. To obtain large print Reference Tables, call (518) 473-9471
UPDATED SEPTEMBER 2011: Except for Braille and large-type editions, high school science reference tables will no longer be supplied. Schools are required to use the online versions to print sufficient copies to supply one reference table for each student.
2011 Edition of the Regents Chemistry Reference Table, has been revised to reflect the latest information on the subject. Some of the tables have been moved to different pages, while others have been enlarged or replaced with updated versions. The 2011 edition replaces all previous editions and should be used at the start of the 2011-12 school year.
Below are resources from the OLD Version of the Chem Reference Table
Chemistry Reference Tables Pages 1-7
Standard Temperature & Pressure, Physical Constants for Water, Prefixes, Units, & Polyatomic Ions, Solubility Guidelines and Curves, etc.
Chemistry Reference Tables Pages 10-12
Properties of Selected Elements, Important Formulas and Equations.
Periodic Table of the Elements
Contains the periodic table of elements portion of the reference tables.
Note: Sometimes this document is incorrectly spelled like 'Chemistry Refrence Table' please understand the correct document is titled 'Chemistry Reference Table'
Key Tables and Charts include: Standard Temperature and Pressure, Physical Constants for Water, Selected Prefixes, Selected Units, Solubility Guidelines for Aqueous Solutions, Solubility Curves at Standard, Pressure, Vapor Pressure of Four Liquids, Heats of Reaction at 101.3 kPa and 298 K, Activity Series, Common Acids, Selected Radioisotopes, Common Acid–Base Indicators, Symbols Used in Nuclear Chemistry, Organic Prefixes, Homologous Series of Hydrocarbons, Organic Functional Groups, Periodic Table of the Elements, Properties of Selected Elements, and Important Formulas and Equations.