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Materials Science & Engineering Research: Handbooks & Encyclopedias

Last Updated: Sep 7, 2021 10:16 AM

Encyclopedias

  • Encyclopedia of Materials Science & Technology
    Eleven-volume encyclopedia providing comprehensive coverage of topics in materials science and technology with a particular focus on functional phenomena, structural phenomena, fundamental core theory, structural materials, polymers and materials chemistry, and functional materials.

  • Comprehensive Biomaterials II, 2nd edition
    Seven-volume online encyclopedia that addresses the current status of nearly all biomaterials in the field, their strengths and weaknesses, their future prospects, appropriate analytical methods and testing, device applications and performance, emerging candidate materials as competitors and disruptive technologies, research and development, regulatory management, commercial aspects, and applications, including medical applications.

  • Comprehensive Nanoscience and Technology
    Five-volume encyclopedia focusing on the major classes of nanomaterials in terms of their synthesis, structure, and applications.

  • Encyclopedia of Chemical Physics and Physical Chemistry
    Three-volume encyclopedia covering the application of physics to chemistry including important experimental and computational techniques and applications.

  • Comprehensive Semiconductor Science and Technology
    The six volumes are broadly divided into three main sections 1: Physics/Fundamental Theory; 2: Chemistry/Preparation; and 3: Devices/Applications.

  • Ullmann's Encyclopedia of Industrial Chemistry
    Detailed articles covering all areas related to chemical technology.

CRC Handbook of Chemistry & Physics

Engineering Librarian

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UB has a site license to EndNote, software that allows you to collect, store, organize, retrieve, and automatically format references to journal articles, books, patents, and more in your papers. 

For help using EndNote, check out the EndNote Basics Guide here: https://research.lib.buffalo.edu/endnote-basics. The Guide contains descriptions of features, PDF downloads, and videos on how to use EndNote effectively.

For more help, contact Erin Rowley, Engineering Librarian, epautler@buffalo.edu