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New books acquired by the Chemistry Library May-October 2019

Tue, 11/05/2019 - 12:22

These books were acquired earlier this year and are now available in the Chemistry Library.

FARAWAY: Linear models with R. 2nd Ed. CRC Press. 2014 (also available as an e-book)
FARAWAY: Extending the linear model with R. 2nd Ed. CRC Press. 2016 (also available as an e-book)
MCKILLUP: Statistics explained. 2nd Ed. CUP. 2012
RIPLEY: Pattern recognition and neural networks. CUP. 1996  (also available as an e-book)
HAND & FINCH: Analytical mechanics. CUP. 1998
INAGAKI: Materials science and engineering of carbon. 2nd Ed. Elsevier. 2016
WALSH & TANG: Natural product biosynthesis. RSC. 2017
BALLENTINE: Quantum mechanics. 2nd Ed. World Scientific. 2014
STRACHAN & READ: Human molecular genetics. 5th Ed. CRC Press. 2019
MCCULLAGH & OLDHAM: Mass spectrometry. OUP. 2019
PRICE: Thermodynamics of chemical processes. 2nd Ed. OUP. 2019
BROWNE: Electrochemistry. OUP. 2018
HARVEY: Computational chemistry. OUP. 2018
WINTER: Chemical bonding. 2nd Ed. OUP. 2016
WELLER et al: Inorganic chemistry. 7th Ed. OUP. 2018
PATRICK: An introduction to medicinal chemistry. 6th Ed. OUP. 2017
SMITH: Solutions manual to accompany elements of physical chemistry. 7th Ed. OUP. 2017
BOLGAR et al: Solutions manual to accompany Atkins’ physical chemistry. 11th Ed. OUP. 2018
KLEIN: Organic chemistry. 2nd Ed. Wiley. 2015
OVERTON et al: Study and communication skills for the chemical sciences. 3rd Ed. OUP. 2019
ENGEL & GASTEIGER (Eds.): Applied chemoinformatics. Wiley-VCH. 2018
GERVASIO & SPIWOK (Eds.): Biomolecular simulations in structure-based drug discovery. Wiley-VCH. 2019
RITCHIE: Atmospheric chemistry. World Scientific. 2017
BOXMAN & BOXMAN: Communicating science: a practical guide for engineers and physical scientists. World Scientific. 2017
CHATGILIALOGLU: Organosilanes in radical chemistry. Wiley. 2004
BEESON et al: Asymmetric organocatalysis 1. Thieme. 2012
SILVERSTEIN et al: Spectrometric identification of organic compounds. 8th Ed. Wiley. 2015
ENGEL & GASTEIGER (Eds.): Chemoinformatics. Wiley-VCH. 2018
COMPTON & BANKS: Understanding voltammetry. 3rd Ed. World Scientific. 2018
ATKINS & FRIEDMAN: Molecular quantum mechanics. 5th Ed. OUP. 2011

If you are a member of the Department of Chemistry (this includes undergraduates studying chemistry) and would like to recommend a book (or any other resource) for purchase, please visit our Recommend a book or other resource website for guidance.

New e-resources pages on search and discovery tools

Wed, 10/16/2019 - 09:38

Some really good information here on how to get hold of those all important articles, especially open access ones.

ejournals@cambridge

New pages on search and discovery tools have been added to the e-resources website.   These pages are intended to promote discovery of Open Access content and provide links and guidance to help users when they meet a subscription paywall.

The pages can be access here:

https://www.libraries.cam.ac.uk/search-and-discovery-tools

and are linked from the top-left box on the e-resources site.

The pages replace the “Articles and journals” page.

The iDiscover article search box has been moved to the first concertina box on the “Ask Cambridge Libraries” page.

There is also now linked from this page an iDiscover “Citation Linker” for article searching using ISSN, Title, DOI or PMID (or ISBN for books).

The pages comprise:

Open Access browser plugins

Super-easy to install and use, we recommend extensions to your browser to deliver the articles you need

Where to find Open Access content

Guiding you to the…

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