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Chemistry

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.

The Library provides access to a new resources titled The ACS Guide to Scholarly Communication. This guide provides constantly updated content on scientific communication, journals, data in the new Google era, scientific and editorial style conventions. This resource replaces The ACS Style Guide (2006) which is no longer updated.

Do you have an ORCiD account, is it up to date, is it publc?

Do you use citation management software e.g. Zotero to cite, track and create reference lists? 

CHEM 2P20 SciFinder Exercise

ppt slides, YouTube Presentation video, YouTube SciFinder video, Google Docs Word form, and PDF Pilkington sample answer set.

Problem ebooks and review texts with answers to practice and review basic chemistry concepts, terminology, reactions, nomenclature, etc. Check out the following: