Chemistry is the study of the composition, structure, properties, and reactions of matter, especially of atomic and molecular systems.
Introduction to General, Organic, and Biochemistry , 7 th ed.
Frederick A. Bettelheim
Belmont , CA : Thomson, Brooks/Cole, 2004
QD31.2 .B48 2004
Editorial Book Description:
"Has become the most respected and best-selling general, organic and biochemistry textbook on the market. Known for the successful way it meets the needs of students who take this course--from re-entry students to those heading directly into careers in the allied health fields--the book is acclaimed for the way it provides students a solid chemistry foundation that will serve them well long after they leave the course."
Inorganic Chemistry , 3rd ed.
Gary L. Miessler and Donald A. Tarr
Upper Saddle River , NJ : Pearson Education, 2004
QD151.3 .M54 2004
Editorial Book Description:
"This highly readable book provides the essentials of Inorganic Chemistry with molecular symmetry as its foundation. Chapter topics include atomic structure, molecular orbitals, organometallic chemistry, simple bonding theory, symmetry and group theory, and more. For chemists and other professionals who want to update or improve their background in the field."
CRC Handbook of Chemistry and Physics: A Ready-reference Book of Chemical and Physical Data
David R. Lide
New York , NY : Taylor & Francis, 2007-08
QD65 .H3 2007-08
Dean's Handbook of Organic Chemistry, 2 nd ed.
George W. Gokel
Chicago , IL : McGraw-Hill, 2004
QD251.3 .G65 2004
The Facts on File Dictionary of Inorganic Chemistry
John Daintith, ed.
New York , NY : Facts on File, 2004
QD5 .F34 2004
The Facts on File Dictionary of Organic Chemistry
John Daintith, Ed.
New York , NY : Facts On File, Inc., 2004
QD246 .F33 2004
Handbook of Inorganic Chemicals
Chicago , IL : McGraw-Hill, 2003
QD155.5 .P37 2003
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Subject Headings and Call Number Ranges
Biochemistry Explained: A Practical Guide to Learning Biochemistry
New York , NY : Toutledge/Taylor & Francis Group, 2002
QD415 .M55 2002
Descriptive Inorganic Chemistry , 3 rd ed.
New York : W.H. Freeman, 2003
QD151.5 .R39 2003
The Joy of Chemistry: The Amazing Science of Familiar Things
Cathy Cobb and Monty L. Fetterolf
Amherst , NY : Prometheus Books, 2005
QD35 .C56 2005
Organic Chemistry , 3 rd ed.
Marye Anne Fox
Sudbury , MA : Jones and Bartlett, 2004
QD251.3 .F69 2004
Media By Subject
Chemistry on the Internet: A Student's Guide 1999-2000
Upper Saddle River , NJ : Prentice Hall, 1999
QD9.3 .G37 1999
How to Find Chemical Information: A Guide for Practicing Chemists, Educators and Students
Robert E. Maizell
New York , NY : John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 1998
QD8.5 .M34 1998
Library Handbook for Organic Chemists
Andrew J. Poss
New York , NY : Chemical Pub., 2000
Z5524.08 .P67 2000
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Department of Chemistry University of Oxford
Contains chemistry and related information on the Internet. "A set of pointers to the many large Chemistry link collections already available and direct links to a few sites of special interest." Includes: guides, training, bibliographic databases for journals, conference proceedings, reports, patents, theses, web sites dealing with safety, mailings lists and news groups.
Bibliographic Index Plus (WilsonWeb)
A collection of bibliographies of bibliographies. At the search engine type "chemistry" and more than 2,000 records are retrieved dealing with bibliographies and literature reviews on chemistry found in journals and books (back to 1982).
MolviZ.Org ( Molecular Visualization Resources)
Brings together many types of molecular visualization resources including Jmol, Chime, RasMol. Also included are interactive tutorials, software for molecular exploration and description of selected macromolecules.
Thirty-Two Free Chemistry Databases
Includes the "granddaddy of all free chemistry databases" PubChem (search over 8 million compounds), eMolecules (augments PUbChem with other information sources), CHEBI (a dictionary fo molecular entitles focused on small chemical compounds), NMRShiftDB (organic structures and their nuclear magnetic resonance chemical shifts), ChemBank (36,000 original biological assays of small molecules collected by Harvard's Institute of Chemistry and Cell Biology) and many others.
UCLA's List of Chemical Resources
Includes lists of university chemistry departments, non-profit & commercial chemistry organizations, other links to chemistry resources and chemistry publications.
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Written by Subject Specialist Dave Harmeyer, last updated March 13, 2013