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Guides to the Literature
- Chemical Information Sources Wikibook
Originally it was compiled by Gary Wiggins (Indiana University) and published as a book in 1991. Currently, it is maintained by the ACS Chemical Information Division's Education Committee. Containing 21 chapters, it covers information on the publication process, chemistry guides, search strategies, current awareness, author and citation searching, subject, chemical name, formula, and structure searching, synthesis and reaction searching, physical property searching, science writing aids, chemical history, and careers.
Chemistry Resources in the Electronic Age by
Call Number: SCIENCE REF QD 9.3 B39 2003
Publication Date: 2003-09-30
Chemistry-related Web sites are organized by topic and described. Each description includes the appropriate grade level of the site's audience, from kindergarten through graduate school.
How to Find Chemical Information by
Call Number: SCIENCE REF QD 8.5 M34 1998
Publication Date: 1998-04-27
Thorough treatment on the use of chemical information sources. Includes chapters on Chemical Abstracts, Beilstein, and Gmelin.
The Literature of Chemistry by
Call Number: SCIENCE REF Z 675 C47 D68 2004
Publication Date: 2004-09-01
Each chapter lists and describes the important resources for a sub-discipline of chemistry. Along with resources for basic and applied chemistry, there are chapters on analytical, physical, organic, inorganic, environmental, industrial, polymer, and biological chemistry.