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This guide will help you get started with searching the engineering literature for papers on your research topic, locating journals that publish work in your research area, and finding other resources such as books, government websites, and published theses and dissertations. Visit the different pages of this guide using the tabs on the left.
The most commonly used library database for chemical engineering is SciFinder Scholar. SciFinder requires you to set up an individual account before you can access it. Use the Registration link below.
CAS database of chemical substances, reactions, and journal literature. Registration required.
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SciFindern allows you to explore the journal and patent literature for information about chemical substances and reactions and chemistry-related research topics. You must register and create your own account and password to use this database, which is for academic, non-commercial use only (see license agreement for details). Full text access is available for those journals to which we have electronic subscriptions.