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Chemistry and Chemical Engineering
Research guide to selected inorganic chemistry resources.
Landolt-Börnstein, the largest compilation of data in physics and chemistry, celebrated its 125th birthday on 29 September 2008. The reference work was published by the physicist Hans Landolt and the chemist Richard Börnstein in 1883; in the New Series, it now comprises more than 360 printed volumes and over 55,000 electronic documents for engineers and scientists.
With numerical data on approximately 200 thermodynamic and physical properties, which may be combined with 25 conditions and 22 equilibrium types, Infotherm® numerically covers nearly all thermodynamically and p
If you missed the ACS national meeting in San Francisco, or were there but didn’t make it to all of the sessions on your itinerary, we have good news: selected presentations from the meeting are now available online.
The Swain has been updated for March and April 2010.
New acquisitions include:
SULAIR News article by Eleanor Brown, published on May 10, 2010.
I am pleased to announce that active subscriptions for the online version of the following titles are available:
- Applied Catalysis: A & B
- Bioorganic Chemistry
- Biophysical Chemistry
- Carbohydrate Research
- Catalysis Communications — New!
- Chemical Engineering Science
- Chinese Journal of Chemistry
- Collection of Czechoslovak Chemical Communications
- Colloids & Surfaces: A & B
- Comprehensive Analytical Chemistry
LibGuides is a web tool being used to create one-stop shopping sites for researchers and students. To date, I have created research guides in Chemical Engineering, Nanoscience & Nanotechnology, and Organic Chemistry.