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CHM Grad Orientation Fall 2016
Fall 2016 Slides
This is the presentation, with activities, covered in the library orientation for incoming graduate students in Fall 2016.
What can you find in this LibGuide?
Unfamiliar with a topic, concept or theory? Here are links to encyclopedia and handbooks specific to chemical engineering and related area.
Handbooks, Data and Properties
Need to find a boiling point, thermodynamic property, steam tables, etc.? Try here first.
Searching for Articles/Patents
If you need to find out the latest research or patents for a particular topic or need to track down historical findings in the literature, here are some links to get you started.
Chemical and Process Safety
Here are collections of ebooks, government sites, organizations, and more related to safety when dealing with chemicals and safety in the plant/lab/workplace.
Citing your sources
Why should I cite my sources? What style should I use? Examples? Answers are here.
Chemical Business and Industry
Here are resources to begin researching particular companies or industries, to analyze information on a future employer, to find suppliers of lab quantity and bulk chemicals, and on finding pricing for chemicals and equipment.