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Getting Started/Reference Sources
CRC Handbook of Chemistry and Physics, REF QD65.H3
CRC Standard Mathematical Tables & Formulae, REF QA47.M315 1996
Dave's Math Tables: A huge collection of math reference tables, from multiplication tables to Transform theory. Also has a math help room and a directory of online math resources.
Dictionary of Scientific Biography, REF Q141.D5
Facts on File Dictionary of Chemistry, REF QD5.F33 1988
Facts on File Dictionary of Physics, REF QC5.F34 1999
Harpercollins Dictionary of Mathematics, REF QA5.B625 1991
McGraw-Hill Concise Encyclopedia of Science and Technology, REF Q121.M29 2005
McGraw-Hill Encyclopedia of Science and Technology, REF Q121.M31 1997
NIST Chemistry WebBook: A huge collection of chemical data.
NIST Physical Reference Data: A huge collection of physics and physical science data.
WebElements: A wealth of information about the atomic elements.
More dictionaries and encyclopedias related to these subjects are available in the Misenheimer reference room.
AccessScience: Articles, research reviews, videos and more covering all fields of science
American Chemical Society Journals: index to all ACS journals
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences: Searchable; abstracts available 1990-96, full text 1997-present, recent issues not available
ProQuest Science Database: Database of applied and general science articles
Science in Context: Articles, images, videos and more on today's most significant science topics
You can find out if we have a particular journal, and if so where to find it, using Find a Journal. You can request articles in journals we don't own via interlibrary loan.
Pfeiffer's Catalog (no password needed). Books and e-books in both libraries. Science- and math-related books usually have call numbers beginning with Q and are located on the 4th stack level in Misenheimer. Misenheimer books can be sent to Charlotte and vice-versa.
WorldCat: A database of books in libraries everywhere. You can request books we don't own via interlibrary loan.