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CHEMISTRY--SELECTED RESOURCES 


Keeley Library  Revised Januarh 23, 2001

See also :
  • Biochemistry
  • Pharmacology
  • Health and Medical Information  
  • Genetic Engineering,  Cloning
  • BACKGROUND INFORMATION ABOUT CHEMISTRY

    in World Book Encyclopedia. Chicago:  World Book, 2001 
    Ref. 031 W927 1990 v.3
     inEncyclopedia Americana. Danbury, CT:Grolier, 1999
    Ref. 031 E56A 1999 v. 6
    Melvin C. Usselman. "Chemistry"   v.3 Ihde, Aaron J. "Chemistry"  v.6

    BROWSING GUIDE  540'S

    See our guide,Finding Your Way in the Library, and our Library Floor Plan to locate books on the shelves.
    540's     Chemistry and Allied Sciences
    541's     Physical and Theoretical Chemistry
    542's     Techniques, Equipment, Mateial
    543's     Analytical Chemistry
    544's     Qualitative Analysis
    545's     Quantitative Analysis
    546's     Inorganic Chemistry
    547's     Organic Chemistry
    548's     Crystallography
    549's     Minearalogy

    sailscat.gif (2318 bytes)To locate items in our library network, search our New WebCat™using the following subjects.
    Chemistry Clinical Chemistry Acids  Bases (Chemistry
    Biochemistry Chemistry, Inorganic  Chemistry, Organic  Nuclear chemistry
    Electrochemistry  Color Electrochemistry  Environmental chemistry
    Chemical apparatus  Atoms  Photographic chemistry  Solution (Chemistry) 
    Atmospheric chemistry  Instrumental analysis  Chemical bonds  Chromatographic analysis
    Biochemistry  Clinical chemistry  Spectrum analysis  Mineralogy, Determinative 
    Environmental chemistry  Chemistry, Inorganic  Chemistry, Forensic Chemistry--History 
    Chemical warfare  Chemical engineering  Food--Analysis  Metals 

    PERIODICALS AND NEWS ARTICLES ONLINE

    SIRS NEWSPAPER AND PERIODICAL REPRINTS: INFOTRAC  WEB ONLINE PERIODICALS DATABASE
    (Includes several hundred online articles about Chemistry and related topics.)
    ELECTRIC LIBRARY
     As members of SAILS, Durfee  students and teachers can access SIRS, INFOTRAC AND ELECTRIC LIBRARY, both  from library workstations, and from home. From home or a school lab computer, go to SAILS  Databases. You will need your library barcode when dialing from a home computer or a lab.

    SELECTED REFERENCE BOOKS

    The call  number for each will bring you to the general area for that subject.Each type of book listed below is useful for a particular purpose. These kinds of resources exist for books in many different subject areas. As you use them, you will become more familiar with them, and will appreciate their value.
    Resource Type: Selected Title Call Number
    Chemistry 
    Bibliographic Guides 
     summarize the topic and
    lead you to other resources.
    Magill's Survey of Science Applied Science Series
    (Index has three parts. Look in Category Index for Chemistry related topics.)
    Great Events from History Science and Technology Series
    (Index hasthree parts. Look inthe Category Index for Chemistry related topics.
    Ref. 620 M194
     

    Ref. 509.04 G786

     

    Chemistry  Dictionaries 
    These give  brief definitions

     

    Facts on File Dictionary of Chemistry
    Hawlely's Condensed Chemical Dictionary
    Facts on FileDictionary of Biotechnology andGenetic Engineering
    Ref. 540.3
    Ref.n540.3 C745 1997
    Ref. 660.603 S819 1994
    Chemistry 
    Primary Sources
    Harvard Classics (50 volumes)
    Great Books of the Western World (Look for related topics)
    Ref. 080 H339
    REf. 028.8 G7856
    Chemistry  Handbooks 
    These  are usually one-volume 
    works which specialize in one 
    area .
     
     

     

    Handbook of Chemistry and Physics
    Encyclopedia of Biochemistry
    Consumer's Dictionary of Food Additives
    Lange's Handbook of Chemistry
    Henley's Twentieth Century Book of Ten Thousand Formulas, Processes and Trade Secrets
    Textbooks:
    Essentials ofGeneral Organic and Biochemistry
    Essentials of Anatomy and Physiology (Includes a lot
    of biochmistry )
    Ref. 541.3 H236 1997-98
    Ref. 574.19203 W726
    Ref. 664.0603 W786 1994
    Ref. 660.0212 L274 1967
    Ref. 660 h514 1957
     

    Ref. 540 R869
    Ref.612S45255 1996

    Chemistry  Encyclopedias Chemical Elements
    Macmillan Encyclopedia ofChemistry
    Ref. 546 N562 1999
    Ref. 540.3 M167
    Chemistry Article 
    Reprints
    SIRS Applied Science 
    Look in Comprehensive Index for Chemistry related topics
    Ref.Desk  Ref. 910.5 A615
    Chemistry   Biographies World of Biology (includes biographies) 
    Biographical Encyclopedia of Scientists 
    Dictionary of Scientific Biography
    Ref. 570.3 W927 1999 
    Ref. Ref. 509.22B615 1998 
    Ref. 509.22 D554

    SELECTED BOOKS IN THE CIRCULATING COLLECTION

    Exploring Chemical Elements and Their Compounds 546. H473 1992
    Cracking the AP Chemistry 541.076 P957 1998
    Prudent Practices for Handling Hazardous Chemicals in Laboratories 542.0289 P971

    WEB SITES

    American Chemical Society Organic Chemistry Resources Worldwide
    DMOZ Open Directory: Chemistry Computational Chemistry Resources on the World Wide Web
    Education Index Chemistry Resources Chemistry Resources on the Internet
    The Catalyst-Chemistry Resources for Teachers FDA Library of Chemistry Information on the Web
    Duke University WWW Chemistry Sites General Chemistry Starting Points for Students

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    September, 1978  to  June, 2001