SciFinder is the Web version of Chemical Abstracts and includes the CAplus database, the CAS Registry file, and Medline. It contains citations and abstracts from journals, conference proceedings, patents, and dissertations, as well as chemical substance and reaction information. SciFinder replaces the SciFinder Scholar client version.
INSPEC is the world's largest bibliographic database in the field of physics, electrical engineering and electronics, computers and control engineering, and information technology. Over 330,000 new records from 4,000 journals and 2,000 conference proceedings are added each year.
The Libraries' Web of Science subscription includes coverage from 1983 on for Science Citation Index, Social Sciences Citation Index, Arts and Humanities Citation Index. It also includes citation coverage for books, conference proceedings, data sets, patents and other materials (coverage dates vary).
Covering Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Physics, and related subjects, IEL is an extensive collection containing 179 IEEE journals, magazines, and transactions; 26 Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) journals and magazines; 1,400+ IEEE conference titles; 20+ IET conference and seminar digests; and over 2,800 IEEE approved standards. IEL replaces IEEE Computer Society Digital Library and IEEE All-Society Periodicals Package.
The Energy Citations Database contains bibliographic records for energy and energy-related scientific and technical information from 1948 to the present. It was designed and developed by the U.S.Department of Energy's Office of Scientific and Technical Information to provide better access to information produced by DOE and its predecessor agencies. The bibliographic records include citations to technical reports, conference papers, journal articles, books, dissertations, and patents.
Based on symposia presented at American Chemical Society (ACS) meetings, the books in this series contain chapters that are peer-reviewed. The series covers a wide range of chemistry-related topicss including agricultural and food chemistry, biochemistry, chemistry education, organic chemistry, inorganic chemistry, polymer science, and materials science. Earlier volumes (1975-2009) are available in the Science Library print collection, and are accessible via Minerva.
The American Institute of Physics (AIP) publishes the findings presented at many of the most important scientific meetings around the world. The papers from the proceeding are available from volume 1 forward for all subseries and subject areas.
Online access is provided to the following AIP (American Institute of Physics) journals, usually from volume 1 forward: Applied Physics Letters, Biomicrofluidics, Journal of Applied Physics, Journal of Chemical Physics, Journal of Mathematical Physics, Journal of Physical and Chemical Reference Data (vol. 28, 1999+), and Review of Scientific Instruments.
The ACS Online Journals consists of two products: current ACS subscriptions and the ACS Legacy Archives. Online access to the ACS current subscriptions covers 1995 to the present for the following journals: Accounts of Chemical Research, Analytical Chemistry, Biochemistry, Bioconjugate Chemistry, Biomacromolecules, Biotechnology Progress, Chemical Research In Toxicology, Chemical Reviews, Chemistry of Materials, Crystal Growth & Design, Energy & Fuels, Environmental Science & Technology, Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, Inorganic Chemistry, Journal of Agricultural & Food Chemistry, Journal of Chemical & Engineering Data, Journal of Chemical Information & Modeling, Journal of Combinatorial Chemistry, Journal of Medicinal Chemistry, Journal of Natural Products, Journal of Organic Chemistry, Journal of Physical Chemistry (A & B), Journal of Proteome Research, Journal of the American Chemical Society, Langmuir, Macromolecules, Nano Letters, Organic Process Research & Development, Organic Letters, and Organometallics. Several of these journals do not go back to 1995 because they began publishing after that date. The ACS Legacy Archives provides access to all ACS journals from 1879 to 1995. According to its Web page, it contains "23 journals; 971 volumes; 11,117 issues; 464,233 articles."
Providing access to the full text from more than 1,400 journals and magazines, this database covers academic journals, trade journals, professional society journals, directories, buyers’ guides, and conference proceedings. Subjects covered include applied mathematics, artificial intelligence, chemistry, computing, information technology, energy, engineering, materials, robotics, solid state technologies, and textiles. Applied Science and Technology Sources was formed by the merger of EBSCO and Wilson databases, and includes coverage of the Industrial Arts Index (1913-1957).
Access is provided to current content and backfiles for all of the journals published by the American Physical Society. This journal collection is also called the Physical Review Online Archive (PROLA). It includes: Physical Review (sections A - E), Physical Review Letters, Reviews of Modern Physics, Physical Review Focus, Physical Review Special Topics - Accelerators and Beams, and Physical Review Special Topics - Physics Education Research. The backfiles include access to the earliest volumes of Physical Review (1893+ ), Reviews of Modern Physics (1929+ ), and Physical Review Letters (1958+ ).
Indexes and abstracts over 1,900 academic journals and professional publications, and provides full text access to more than 830 periodical, books, conferences, and encyclopedias. Subject coverage includes computing theory and practice; engineering and applied science; and social and business implication of technology.
The Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ) covers free, full text, quality controlled scientific and scholarly journals, with the goal of covering all subjects and languages. More than 800 open access journals are in the directory.
DOAJ is hosted by Lund University Libraries Head Office . The project is funded by Open Society Institute - Budapest and also supported by SPARC, The Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition.
Varies by individual title
Includes information regarding titles added in the last thirty days
Scholarly, multidisciplinary database for access to articles, papers, books, theses, etc. in the social sciences, humanities and sciences. (In order to link to materials owned by the University at Albany Libraries, you must set preferences when off campus. When you open up Google Scholar, select Settings. Then under Library Links check University at Albany, State University of New York - Full-Text @ My Library, SUNY - Albany - ProQuest Fulltext, University at Albany SUNY - Cengage Gale Full Text, and Open Worldcat.)
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Hazardous Substances Data Bank (HSDB) is part of the National Library of Medicine's Toxicology Data Network. It contains toxicology data and information on potentially hazardous chemicals. The data is peer reviewed and is derived from books, government documents, technical reports and journal articles. HSDB includes over 4,500 individual substance records. Each record contains human health effects, emergency medical treatment, animal toxicity studies, metabolism/pharmacokinetics, pharmacology, environmental fate/exposure, chemical/physical properties, chemical safety and handling, occupational exposure standards, manufacturing/use information, laboratory methods, special references, and synonyms and identifiers. HSDB may be searched by chemical name or name fragment, CAS registry number, or subject terms.
ICT contains the best (critical) data derived from the literature up to 1924. It includes data on physical, thermodynamic, mechanical, and other important properties for chemistry, physics, and engineering. The data is presented as text, equations, tables, graphs, and charts. ICT is fully searchable and the index is hyperlinked to the data. The Science Library owns the original print version; it can be found at SCIENCE REF Q 199 N32.
This service provides access to all published articles for the current 10 years, in the Institute of Physics journals that the Libraries subscribes to. A complete list of journals can be found at http://www.iop.org/EJ/librarians/.
This service provides access to all published articles in all of the Institute of Physics journals from 1874 forward (except for the last 10 years). A complete list of journals and years of coverate can be found at http://www.iop.org/EJ/archive/-full=archive.
Knovel has developed a new online resource, knovel Critical Tables (kCT). It is based on the International Critical Tables of Numeric Data, Physics, Chemistry, and Technology, and includes up-to-date, evaluated data on over 13,000 compounds. The tables contain data on organic and inorganic compounds, and pure substances. New tables will be added to kCT on a regular basis. kCT is fully searchable.
The National Technical Information Service maintains and disseminates a large collection of scientific, technical, engineering, and business-related information produced for and by U.S. government agencies. The NTIS database contains the records of millions of publications along with audiovisual materials, computer data files, and software. Nearly 1,000 new items are added weekly, many only available through NTIS. All records include an abstract, and many of the publications are freely available in PDF format. Other documents and materials may be purchased.
Originally published in 1964, the Smithsonian Physical Tables covers a wide range of common physical and chemical data. It includes general physical constants and units of measurement as well as tables on photometry, mechanical properties, building materials, density, acoustics, diffusion, geomagnetism, radiation, abundance of substances, colloids, electron emission, fission, and gravitation. The 901 tables are fully searchable and the index is hyperlinked to the data. The Science Library owns the original print version; it can be found at Q 11 S7 V.120.
Extensive collection of fulltext journal articles from the science publisher Springer. Access the fulltext electronic version of articles from journals to which the Libraries subscribe. Please see the list of subscribed titles.
Covering all areas of chemistry including interfaces with related disciplines, this book series provides critical reviews of trends in chemical research. Each book is topic-oriented and presents a comprehensive overview with insights into emerging research.