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This guide contains some of the best chemistry resources freely available on the Internet.
Last Updated: Aug 9, 2018 2:01 PM

Table of Contents

This guide contains two arrangements of chemical information resources:

General Topical Categories       Specific Areas of Chemistry

 See Tabs at top of page.

General Portals and Directories

  • Electrochemistry Knowledge Base The Electrochemical Society/Dr. Zoltan Nagy) - Thousands of links to web sites, books, definitions, historic publications and much more.
  • Europeana - Multi-lingual online collection of millions of digitized items from European museums, libraries, archives and multi-media collections.
  • OAIster (OCLC) - Digital, open access/archive resource directory
  • NIST Data Gateway - Access to all databases available from NIST's Standard Reference Data (SRD) collections.
  • - Gateway to authoritative selected science information provided by U.S. Government agencies, including research and development results
  • SciTech Connect (DOE) - Search across DOE's vast digital library of reports, articles, datasets, patents, multimedia, software and more.
  • Virtual Chemistry Center - Martindale's Reference Desk
  • - Open access portal & federated search engine covering over 400 million pages from 65 countries. Papers can be translated into nine different languages.

Specific Areas of Chemistry

See also Spectra and Spectral Data Research Guide.

  • Gmelin Handbook of Inorganic Chemistry: A User's Guide - Print handbook available in the Lockwood Science & Engineering Reference Collection on the 1st Floor of the Lockwood Library at the University at Buffalo
  • Johnson Matthey Technology Review (formerly Platinum Metals Reviews until 2014) -This journal provides detailed properties and phase diagrams of platinum group metals and their alloys, metal catalysts, and related materials.

See also Properties Data for Chemicals and Materials (Research Guide)

See also Toxicology In-depth Research Guide (many of the listed resources are freely available).

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