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This libguide is designed to help Chemistry students to navigate chemistry-related databases and Summon; to use RefWorks/Write-N-Cite tools to save citations and create paragraphs that include in-text citations; and to request items through ILLiad.
American Chemical Society journals, the most cited and read articles in the field, mainly full-text online. Special features allow narrowing by author, publication date, journal title, and subject. Access to pre-print articles and C&EN Latest News.
An index to the journals published by the Royal Society of Chemistry (London). Bush Library users have online access to the full-text of the RSC journals we own in print, covering 1997 to present. These are: Organic & Biomolecular Chemistry, Dalton Transactions, Chemical Communication. RSC also makes available to all users the full-text of all their journals from the dates 1997-1999.
Most significant journals in nearly every subject, from anthropology to women’s studies, the majority available full text.
Sign is not required within EBSCO except to download ebooks or to keep citations in folders. When trying to sign in to EBSCO using the blue Sign into Google button, you then have to enter your full Hamline email address– you can't simply enter the first part of your username.
Critical reviews of the significant developments in biomedical, physical, and social sciences. Mostly abstracts/excerpts, but full text available for the following: Annual Reviews of Anthropology; Clinical Psychology; Ecology, Evolution, & Systematics; Nuclear & Particle Science; Physical Chemistry; Psychology; and Sociology.
Science-oriented content for a K-12 audience. These full-text science encyclopedias, reference books, and periodicals cover: biology, chemistry, earth & space science, environmental science, health & medicine, history of science, life science, physics, science & society, science as inquiry, scientists, technology and wildlife.