Dictionaries & encyclopediasBooks
Journal ArticlesFormulating a Search StrategyEvaluating Journal Articles
Physical & Chemical PropertiesSafety and Commercial Availability
Substance & Reaction SearchingStructure Drawing SoftwarePatentsTheses & DissertationsAssociations & Organizations
Compiling a BibliographyBibliographic Management SoftwareWriting in ChemistryCreating Academic Posters
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What's In This Guide

Welcome to the Chemistry research guide. This guide will introduce you to the processes and resources needed to successfully complete your papers and assignments. 

Getting Started 

   Dictionaries & Encyclopedias | Books

Finding Articles

   Journal Articles | Formulating a Search Strategy | Evaluating Journal Articles

Finding Reference Data

    Physical & Chemical Properties | Safety and Commercial Availability

Advanced Research

   Substance & Reaction Searching | Patents | Theses & Dissertations | Associations & Organizations

Writing Your Paper

   Compiling a Bibliography |  Bibliographic Management Software | Writing in Chemistry | Creating Academic Posters



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