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A guide to library research tools for chemistry.

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Contains resources to support research in chemistry, chemical engineering, business and regulatory resources, and tools for managing information. 


Need to draw chemical structures? Or biological pathways?

Install ChemBioDraw!

ACS Style Guide

Finding articles & research papers

Try these first:

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Tools and support: Citation Management, Off campus access, Scholarly Publishing

Manage your Information
Manage your Information - Contains links to research guides for citation management and writing tools, managing personal digital content, and managing data. Endnote - Widely used application designed to help you to organize citations and create a bibliography. MIT does not offer a site license for EndNote. There is a free web version for MIT users through Web of Science.
Mendeley - Free resource to manage citations and PDFs using a desktop client that syncs with web-based account that supports small group collaboration. The Libraries support Mendeley Institutional Edition which gives MIT users additional web server storage and other features. Zotero -  A free, open-source program that  works with Firefox, Chrome, and Safari.  For many databases and websites, it can tell when a list of books or articles is displayed, so citation information can be saved with just a few clicks:

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