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Websites focused on physical and properties information:
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Barton, the MIT Libraries catalog
Tip: Search for substance and/or property as a keyword. Broaden your search by searching for the type of property instead of the specific property, e.g. optical properties.
When searching for a molecular formula, try searching for both the forumla and the full name, e.g. GaAs or gallium arsenide.
Freely available databases and properties information listed on the Materials Science and Engineering research guide.
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