skip to page content | skip to main navigation
Chemistry and Chemical Engineering Databases arranged by subject, at Swain Library.
 Catalog and Search Tools  Research Help  Libraries and Collections  Services  How To ...  About SULAIR
SWAIN CHEMISTRY AND CHEMICAL ENGINEERING LIBRARY
Printer-Friendly Printer-Friendly

Databases for Chemists and Chemical Engineers

“Top Ten” | By Subject | A to Z | Multi-Database Searching

By Subject

Resources marked with the Stanford only icon are licensed for the non-profit educational use of Stanford University. Use of these resources is governed by copyright law and individual license agreements. Systematic downloading, distributing, or retaining substantial portions of information is prohibited.

If you are having problems accessing databases from off campus, see information on proxy access. For help with EndNote or Refworks, see Using Bibliographic Management Software at Stanford. The [help] icon links to help for specific resources.

Agricultural and Food Chemistry

Analytical Chemistry

Biochemistry

Biotechnology

Buyer’s Guides

Catalysis

Chemical Education

Chemical Engineering

Chemical Information

Chemical Safety

Chemical Substance Identification

Conferences & Technical Reports

Crystallography

Electrochemistry

Environmental Chemistry & Toxicology

Geochemistry

Grants & Publishing

History of Chemistry & Chemical Engineering

Inorganic Chemistry

Materials Chemistry

Medicinal Chemistry

Nanochemistry/Nanotechnology

Natural Product Chemistry

Nuclear Chemistry

Organic Chemistry

Organometallic Chemistry

Physical Chemistry

Polymer Chemistry & Technology

Properties

Spectroscopy

Theoretical Chemistry

  • CiteSeer (NEC Research Institute) “Earth’s largest free full-text index of scientific literature.”
  • SciFinder Stanford only (No visitor access)
  • Web of Science (1900+) Stanford only

Thermophysical

See Also:



Last modified: October 26, 2011

© Stanford University. Stanford, CA 94305. (650) 723-2300. Terms of Use | Copyright Complaints
[an error occurred while processing this directive]