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ChemBioDraw

Need to draw chemical structures? Or biological pathways?

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Mendeley for your citations

ACS Style Guide

  • ACS Style Guide
    A good resource for communication of scientific information and the ACS citation style.
 

Article databases

Use these to find articles, conference papers, and other literature on your topic!

Web of Knowledge/Web of Science (1900 -present)

Index to high-impact science, social science, engineering, arts and humanities research journals. Includes cited reference searching.  

Scopus (1990s-present)

A direct competitor to Web of Science. Index to science, social science, engineering, arts and humanities research journals. Includes cited reference searching.

SciFinder (1907-present, must register before using the first time)

PubMed

  • NCBI database for research in medicine and biosciences. Includes MEDLINE, other full-text resources, links to NCBI sequencing databases. 
     

    Handbooks and encyclopedias

    Handbooks and encyclopedias are a great way to learn about a new topic.  Don't forget to check the references at the end of the chapter/section for more detailed information.

    You can always find individual books in Barton - both electronic and print!

    Selected chemistry handbooks & encyclopedias

    Need a definition to a scientific term? Try Dictionary of Scientific and Technical Terms

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