Begin your search for information on properties with the resources listed here.
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properties, materials and substance. Tip: Look for the substance (e.g. Gallium Arsenide) in a handbook or encylopedia. Often there is a section on properties. You may need to back up further (e.g. Gallium) to find what you need.
CRC Handbook of Chemistry and Physics
Comprehensive resource of physical constants and properties.
Tip: Look for the Substance/Property Search link on the left side. Print version is located in Science Library and Barker Library stacks at QD65.H235. CHEMnetBASE
Tip: In the CRC Handbook of Chemistry and Physics, look for the Substance/Property Search link on the left side. If looking for a chemical, try the Combined Chemical Dictionary or Properties of Organic Compounds.
Browsable and searchable engineering and science handbooks.
Tip: Look over the search tips section to build an effective search strategy. Or use the Data Search to look for specific properties. Springer Materials
Known in print as Landolt-Börnstein. Includes 250,000 substances and 3,000 properties. Good for semi- and superconducting materials.
Landolt-Börnstein [book in Barton] (print with online index) Reaxys
Find properties for organic, inorganic and organometallic substances. Known in print as Beilstein or Gmelin.
Tip: put the molecular formula in Hill Order.
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