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Chemistry and Chemical Engineering

Introduce data and information resources in Chemistry, Chemical Engineering, and related fields for Mines community.

Selected Classic Papers in Chemistry

Journal Title Abbreviations

Journal title abbreviations can be difficult to decipher. To identify Chemistry journal title abbreviations:

Find Articles: Library Catalog Search

To start, use the Library Catalog to find articles for a broad understanding of your research topic. You can narrow your search results to just articles by using the Catalog's "facets" on screen left to select Resource Types / Articles

Please note: The Catalog doesn't include every chemistry research article available.

  1. Use the catalog for a broad search to get started.
  2. Use specialized databases such as SciFinder and Web of Science (see below) to run more specific and comprehensive searches on your topic.

Find e-Journals -- Use the Find e-Journal tool to search in the Catalog. When you find your journal, use Link to Full text online for access. We may have access to some journals on multiple platforms. Browsing journals in Find e-Journal will ensure you see all the access points we have for a journal.

Core Databases in Chemistry and Chemical Engineering

Related & Multidisciplinary Databases

Core Electronic Journal Packages

Browse the major publishers' sites below for articles on a sub-discipline in Chemistry and Chemical Engineering.  

Find an Open Access Version of an Article

When you hit a journal article "paywall" (you don't subscribe, there's a fee, etc.), an Open Access version may be available as a publisher's PDF version, a preprint, or the peer-reviewed manuscript. Try:

  • A Google search
  • Use if you have a DOI (Digital Object Identifier) to look for an open version.
  • Ask a librarian for assistance.