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Subject Guide: Chemistry
To search the entire collection of print and electronic resources, go to e-Library.
Books in Print: LC Call Numbers in Stacks
|QD1 - QD69||General Chemistry|
|QD71 - QD142||Analytical Chemistry|
|QD146 - QD197||Inorganic Chemistry|
|QD241 - QD414||Organic Chemistry|
|QD415 - QD436||Biochemistry|
|QD450 - QD801||Physical Chemistry / Theoretical Chemistry|
|QD901 - QD999||Crystallography|
|TP155 - TP248||Chemical Technology / Chemical Engineering|
Periodicals: DDCS Call Numbers
|540.5||Acta Chemica Scandinavia: 1987-1992|
|540.5||Analytical Chemistry: 1990 t0 2002|
|540.5||Angewandte Chemie: 1983 to 2002|
|540.5||Chemical Reviews: 1990 to 2002|
|540.5||Journal of the American Chemical Society: 1990 to 2002|
|540.5||Journal of Chemical Education: 1985 to 2002|
|540.5||Journal of the Chemistry Society: 1990-1992|
|540.5||Inorganic Chemistry: 1987 to 2002|
|660.5||Journal of Chemical & Engineering Data|
Encyclopedias, Dictionaries, etc.
Online reference materials with a subscription provided by Centenary College, Magale Library. Use term "chemistry" to find chemistry resources.
• Gale Virtual Reference Library
A database of 231 Encyclopedias, e-books, and specialized reference sources for multidisciplinary subjects. Use term "chemistry" to find chemistry resources.
A search engine that provides access to Chemical Abstracts and MEDLINE. These resources index journal articles, book chapters, patents, conference proceedings, technical reports, and dissertations as well as book reviews and biological information. If you are trying to access SciFinder for the first time, click on register an account.
If you are on campus, specific instructions to register an account and access the database are here: How to register to use SciFinder.
To access the database remotely click here.
Other suggested e-journals and e-journal collections:
• Electronic Full Text Journals (Search "Chemistry")
A blog about science and technology.
• Royal Society of Chemistry Journals
Free, open access chemistry journals published by the Royal Society of Chemistry.
• Science News
An online magazine of the Society for Science and Technology
Other suggested e-books and e-book collections:
• Basic Liquid Chromatography by Kazalevich and McNair
A textbook on High Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC)
• Basics of NMR by Joseph Hornak Text online
Online Chemistry Resources
• ChemDex links to over 7,000 chemistry sites, divided by branches as well.
• Chemistry World
News, podcasts, webinars, and job searches.
• ChemWeb offers many free resources.
Offers chemistry news, links to journals, information on conferences and events. Also home of The Alchemist, ChemWeb's newsletter.
• Chromatographic Society discussion group chromatography & separation techniques
• Institute of Theoretical Chemistry
Link to student research (reports and thesis), lesson plans. Use literature database link as your search function.
Other Online Resources
A collection of of engaging, online activities created by Carnegie Mellon University faculty who are interested in chemistry education. It provides virtual labs, scenario-based learning activities, tutorials and concept tests.
This site provides a directory and search engine of chemistry resources. There are approximately 250 resources in the directory, and it can be browsed by topics such as green chemistry and chemistry dictionaries.
LearnChemistry Higher Education is published by the Royal Society of Chemistry and provides practical guides for students and instructors on how to read a scientific article, how to cite sources in the Royal Society of Chemistry format and how to perform pedagogical research in the STEM disciplines.
• Chemical Education Digital Library (ChemED DL)
Sponsored by the National Science Foundation, ChemED DL provides access to numerous digital, education resources, such as interactive Periodic Table, organic stereochemistry tutorials, a virtual laboratory, biographies of chemists and more.
• The Green Chemistry Education Network(GCEdNet)
Sponsored by the University of Oregon and the National Science Foundation, GCEdNet is a network of educators from colleges, universities, community colleges and high schools who exchange ideas on incorporating green chemistry into the curriculum. This site also includes links to green chemistry news resources published by the American Chemical Society, Yale University, the University of Massachusetts Lowell and other organizations.