Chemical Information Sources
by Gary Wiggins
Publisher: Wikibooks 2011
Main topics: How and Where to Start (Publications, Guides, Computer Searching, Current Awareness, Reviews, Document Delivery, Background Reading); How and Where to Search: General; How and Where to Search: Specialized; Communicating in Chemistry; Miscellaneous; Supplemental Resources.
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