Resources for Chemistry
Resources include library materials, featuring books, ebooks, journals, and/or media in your elective that are listed in the Library Catalog; and Web resources, featuring recommended Web resources selected and annotated by NEIT's Reference Librarians.
These resources are intended to be a starting point only and are not a comprehensive guide to all the resources available. Always be sure to Ask a Librarian.
Books and media on Chemistry can be found in the Library under the classification QD. In particular, general works on Chemistry can be found in QD28-QD37; works on inorganic chemistry are found in QD146-QD197 (listed under the subject heading Chemistry, Inorganic in the Library Catalog); and works on organic chemistry in QD241-QD441 (listed under Chemistry, Organic).
For more titles, search the Library Catalog using the subject terms listed above in bold.
♦ CRC handbook of chemistry and physics : a ready-reference book of chemical and physical data 96th edition / editor-in-chief, W. M. Haynes ; associate editors, David R. Lide, Thomas J. Bruno
Ref. QD65 .C88 2015 [12/19]
♦ The Facts on File dictionary of chemistry / edited by John Daintith. 4th ed.
Ref. QD5 .F33 2005
Examines this popular science subject, Chemistry, in clear, easy-to-follow prose. [12/19]
♦ Molecules : the elements and the architecture of everything /
by Gray, Theodore W.
QC173 .G72 2014
In this book, Gray takes the next step in the grand story... and explores the most interesting, essential, useful, and beautiful of the millions of chemical structures that make up every material in the world. Gray begins with an explanation of how atoms bond to form molecules and compounds, as well as the difference between organic and inorganic chemistry. [12/19]
Listed are selected web resources pertinent to your elective:
♦ American Association of Bioanalysts
A national professional association whose members are clinical laboratory directors, owners, supervisors, managers, medical technologists, medical laboratory technicians, physician office laboratory technicians and phlebotomists. The association promotes the ongoing development of these fields. AACC is an international society comprised of medical professionals with an interest in clinical chemistry, clinical laboratory science, and laboratory medicine. [12/19]
♦ BRENDA, the Comprehensive Enzyme Information System
BRENDA is the main collection of enzyme functional data available to the scientific community. It is available free of charge for academic, non-profit users via the internet. Covers a wide range of enzyme characteristics. [12/19]
♦ ChemEd DL Models 360
The Chemical Education Digital Library produced this online, virtual modeling system which visualizes a chemical or element in 3D. [12/19]
ChemSpider is a free chemical structure database providing fast text and structure search access to nearly 80 million structures from hundreds of data sources. [12/19]
♦ Common Chemistry - Substance Search
This is a web resource that contains CAS Registry Numbers for approximately 7,900 chemicals of widespread general public interest. Common Chemistry is helpful to non-chemists who know either a name or CAS Registry Number of a common chemical and want to pair both pieces of information. The CAS Registry Number is the universally recognized unique identifier of chemical substances. [12/19]
♦ Eric Weisstein's world of chemistry
An online encyclopedia on chemistry compiled by Eric Weisstein. Search via a site search engine and an alphabetical index or browse through subject categories. [12/19]
♦ Periodic Table
The Royal Society of Chemistry of the United Kingdom produced this unique resource. The interactive periodic table features history, alchemy, podcasts, videos, and data trends across the periodic table. [12/19]