- American Chemical Society
- CAplusSM Core Journal Coverage List with Journal Title Abbreviations
This list is sorted alphabetically by the full journal title and also includes the journal abbreviation, CODEN, and publication frequency. This is not the full list of publications covered by CAS, and the list is subject to change.
free access to structure and nomenclature authority files used for the identification of chemical substances cited in National Library of Medicine databases. Click here for more info.
- Chemistry Department at EIU
Eastern Illinois University Chemistry Department Homepage.
- Chemistry Mobile Apps
Find an app for formulas/structures/reactions, journals, structure drawing, 3D visualization, and more. Maintained by Stanford University`s Swain Chemistry & Chemical Engineering Library.
Chemical structure database synthesizing structure, property, and associated information from multiple data sources. Maintained by the Royal Society of Chemistry.
- Composite Materials
- GOV sites for Chemistry
- Integrity in Science Project
- Links for Chemists
Links related to chemistry including literature, companies, universities, organizations, software, and much more
- National Institute for Standards and Technology
- National Institutes of Health
Statistics on all areas of health, disease, and medicine. Includes births, deaths, injuries, durg use, and much more.
- National Science Foundation
- NIST Chemistry WebBook
- Periodic Table of the Elements by ACS
- Periodic Table of the Elements by webelements
PubChem is organized as three linked databases within the NCBI`s Entrez information retrieval system. These are PubChem Substance, PubChem Compound, and PubChem BioAssay. PubChem also provides a fast chemical structure similarity search tool.
- Research Corporation A Foundation for the Advancement of Science
Link to research guides and tutorials on how to effectively use SciFinder, the premier database for researching journal literature in Chemisty and Physical Sciences. SciFinder is available from Booth Library`s database list. To use SciFinder, you must first create an account.