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A guide to online and print resources in chemistry.

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For a comprehensive literature search in chemistry, start by searching SciFinder or Web of Science. To do a quick search or to find a few good articles, start by searching or browsing the full text collection of American Chemical Society Journals.

During weekends and evenings, you can get speedy assistance by using the following service:

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  • use chat reference to contact a librarian, or  
  • come to the Research Help office in person

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For in-depth questions, please send me an email or use the Schedule Appointment feature (in my profile) to set up a research consultation.

Books and encyclopedias

Book series

Progress in Brain Research

Advances in Cancer Research

International Review of Neurobiology

Encyclopedias

Encyclopedia of Neurological Sciences (2nd Ed.)

Encyclopedia of Toxicology (3rd Ed.)

Encyclopedia of Neuroscience 

Chemistry news from ScienceDaily

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Reference Source

Ebook

Citing Your Sources

ACS Style Guide--

      available online  

For help with your reference list, see chapter 14, "References," in Part Two, Style Guidelines

See more information on Citing/Bibliographies

Organic chemistry news

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Research Tools and Tips

Looking for a specific item for which you know the title? Use these quick search tools:

•  Books

Use the Scholar OneSearch Browse search to find books by title (or change drop-down selection to Author and enter last name, first name).

•  Ejournals

Use the Ejournal finder (search by title, e-only).

Databases

Use the A-Z database list.

Ask a Librarian

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Alissa Link
Contact:
270 Snell Library
617-373-2458

Local Resources

Green Chemistry

ACS Green Chemistry Institute's 12 Principles of Green Chemistry

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