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What's in the Guide


Welcome to the Chemistry Research Guide!

Welcome! My name is Ian Gordon and I am the Liaison Librarian for Chemistry. Please browse the attached lists of often used and most popular Library databases, books, e-books, full-text databases and selected Internet web resources.

ChemDraw software is available to the Brock Community to assist with creating structures and reactions in addition to searching SciFinder and Reaxys databases. Register now!

Cambridge Crystallography Database (WebCSD) is licensed by the Brock Library, but administered by Razvan Simionescu in the Chemistry Department.

Most often used resources in this guide include ChemSpider, PubChem, Google ScholarSciFinder, Reaxys, ACS Style Guide, Brock Chemistry Ph.D dissertations and Chemistry M.Sc. theses.

Most often used resources in this guide include OmniGoogle ScholarGoogle BooksWeb of Science family of databases, Brock Biology full-text digital Ph.D dissertations and M.Sctheses.

New to the Brock Library include Microsoft Academic (an interesting search engine to rival Google Scholar), Knowledge Unlatched (new OER ebooks), CAB Abstracts with Fulltext (international science, conservation and policy), and Zoological Record

Check it out:

Schaum's outlines: Beginning chemistry (2013) - problems, exercises, definitions, guides...