Hi Desmond, I am in Arlington, Va. (DC suburb) and you brought up a subject that I have wanted to happen for over 15 years. Online Education has eliminated Chemistry and all other laboratory courses from the beginning. I would like to make the case that we could impart the same wisdom online by videographing an experiment. I do not think there is that much value in "hands on" experience. Does everyone really need to dissect a poor little frog in order to see what the parts look like. We can get the same experience through a virtual process that can be repeated eternally while only sacrificing one frog.
So you will not find an online chemistry lab. I will tell you that you can become a millionaire should you decide to do one. What you need to do is set out a plan and show how much revenue would be derived from the investment. There is a huge market for this all over the world. Once the virtual experiment is done, translation into other languages is simple.
Lastly, there are many good videos on TeacherTube.com. The videos of dangerous reactions (like Li + water) are very useful. I found downloading them at home helped bypass school website restrictions and intranet failures.