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Course & Subject Guides
This guide is intended to aid students in the Advanced Inorganic Synthesis Laboratory course, Chem 1140. It will point you to resources that can help you find information about the properties and spectra of chemical substances you will be working with as well as how to handle those substances properly in the lab. You will also find resources that focus on synthetic methods and laboratory techniques. Since writing your final report and properly citing the resources you used is an important part of your work, resources to assist you in the process are also included.
If you have questions about using any of these resources or aren't finding what you need, don't hesitate to contact us at the Chemistry Library or contact the Chemistry librarian directly.
Library Web Site
Use the links below to access information from and about the University Library System (ULS).
ULS Web Site
From the main ULS webpage you can access research databases containing chemical information, electronic journals, the library catalog, and information about library services.
This is a listing of core research databases containing chemical information, along with lists of useful databases from related subject areas and of sites providing full-text access to journal articles.
Chemistry Library Webpage
The Chemistry Library is located in 130 Chevron Science Center. Ask for assistance at the Chemistry Library service desk, or contact us by telephone or email.
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