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Chemistry: Grad Students & New Researchers

Guide to resources in chemistry and related fields.

Other Useful LibGudies for Chemistry Grad Students

Browsing for Chemistry Books

The UT Libraries use the Library of Congress Call Number system for organizing our books.  You can browse the shelves in our libraries in the following call numbers:

QC170-197 Atomic, Molecular & Solid State Physics
QC350-467 Optics, including Spectroscopy
QC750-766 Magnetism, including NMR
QD Chemistry
QD1-65    General
QD71-142     Analytical
QD146-197     Inorganic
QD241-441     Organic & Biochemistry
QD450-801     Physical & Theoretical
QD901-999     Crystallography
QH345 Biochemistry
QP501-801 Animal Biochemistry
RM Pharmacology
RS Pharmacy
TP Chemical Technology

New Grad Students: Checklist

There are many things that you can do now to make your research process easier in the future, such as registering for database accounts, downloading software, etc.  This list is useful for students even before their formal literature research and writing begins.

(Hint: You may want to choose a single login and secure password with Upper and lower case letters, numbers, and symbols to use across all of your registrations to make it easier to remember.)

Finding Articles in Research Databases

The following databases will help you identify articles on your topic.  Use the "Find It @ UT" button to locate an electronic or print full text copy of the articles once identified.

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