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* Chemical Engineering

Core Chemical Engineering Databases & Search Tools

Chemical Engineering Journals

Journal Search:

 

 

UR Catalog Search (using Articles, Books & More)

Use the Catalog Search in Articles, Books & More to search specifically for books or journal titles or other materials available at the University of Rochester Library. Use the full Articles & Books for searching for article authors and titles.

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Chemical Properties in Handbooks

Patents

Also See SciFinder-n and Reaxys.

Standards

Tips for Finding Print Standards in Carlson Library.
  1. Search Articles, Books & More. (Library Homepage)
  2. Go to Advanced Search
  3. Enter title of the standard in title field. ex. "American National Standard for safe use of lasers" 
  4. Select Exact Match. Then, search.
  5. Too many results? Try one of these revisions (not all at once)
    1. Add Author = spelled out version of the standard provider name ex. American National Standards Institute
    2. Add publication year range ex. 1992-1994
    3. Limit subject terms to those with "standards" in them
  6. Too Few Results?
    1. Remove title and search a prominent keyword in "all fields" in combination with author spelled out  ex. keyword= piping AND Author =American Society of Mechanical Engineers

 

To identify standard titles and numbers for searching and ordering, try:
Stores that represent many standards providers (aggregators):
Stores for Individual Standard Providers:

eBooks

Dissertations in Chemical Engineering

Print dissertations for chemical engineering are located in Rush Rhees library, Level G100m at Call number AS38.65 (PhD) or Call number AS38.495 (Masters), and then in alphabetical order by author.  These can be borrowed like books.  They can be found by searching the author and/or title words in the catalog or searching on the call number.  Searching the advisor name in quotes as a keyword may also find recent ones.  Limit to the "River Campus Libraries" to see print only or to the "internet" to see ebooks. Most ebooks will not have a call number.

Crystallography & Powder Diffraction Files

Chemistry Resources

Off Campus Access

All electronic library resources, including e-journals, databases, and course reserves, are available to current students, faculty, and staff from off-campus using either your My Account/NetID or VPN access.  When you click on the link of a restricted library resource from the libraries' website, you will be prompted to login.