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CHEM 287L-288L: Integrated Inorganic/Organic Laboratory: Home
Integrated Inorganic/Organic Laboratory
This course guide is a quick resource for assignments in CHEM 287L-288L. Use the other tabs on this Chemistry subject guide to find journals and journal articles, books, and media related to chemistry, as well as other tools. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact your librarian.
Data sheets with proper procedures for handling or working with substances, including information such as physical data, toxicity, health effects, first aid, reactivity, storage, disposal, protective equipment, and more.
A dictionary of chemical terms. Also contains information about Nobel scientists and Trademarked chemicals.
Advanced Chemistry Resources
Not everything can be found in an article or structure. Sometimes you will need to investigate other types of information. Sometimes, this can be referred to as "grey literature." Grey literature most often refers to white papers or reports written for internal use by organizations. Another example is regulations published by government agencies. Finally, patents can also be helpful when searching the literature.
Standards are more common in Engineering than in Chemistry but they detail common conditions, rules, or processes/production methods. Standard issuing agencies include: IEEE, IEE, ANSI, ASTM, ISO or NIST, among others.
"This Web site provides resources relating to "Test Methods for Evaluating Solid Waste, Physical/Chemical Methods", also known as SW-846. This site contains updates about SW-846 and information about the development and approval process of SW-846 methods."
"In support of the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) program, EPA employs analytical chemistry and characteristic testing methodologies, environmental sampling and monitoring, and quality assurance."
As more data is produced digitally, the preservation and access to those data becomes a challenge. This page will help faculty and students create data management plans in order to be in compliance with federal requirements and to help maintain the integrity and accessibility of research data.
A patent is a grant of property rights to an inventor by a government. The inventor gets the exclusive right to use or manufacture an invention for monetary gain or to exclude others from making, using, or selling the invention in the country (or countries) whose government(s) issued the patent(s). Many patents are indexed in SciFinder Scholar.