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74 APPENDIX A WEBSITES Chemical Heritage Foundation Community Based Environmental Monitoring Network Exploratorium Felice Frankel Forgotten Genius Theodore Gray The History Makers Roald Hoffman Informal Science International Year of Chemistry 2011 Molecularium Marvelous Molecules Nanoscale Informal Science Education Periodic Table of Videos Science and Entertainment Exchange Science Cafés Science Cheerleader Science is Fun World Water Monitoring Day