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UT Library Catalog
Search the entire holdings of the UT Libraries, including our e-book collection.

To receive weekly email alerts about newly arrived books on topics of interest to you, log in with your EID and set up Preferred Searches in the Catalog.

To see what's new in the library, browse our virtual Recent Arrivals page, updated weekly.

WorldCat U.T. restricted
The WorldCat database contains book, journal and media holdings of thousands of libraries worldwide.

Dissertations and Theses: Full Text U.T. restricted
Index of many North American PhD dissertations back to 1865, with PDF full text since about 1997. More information

Library of Congress Classification: QD, Chemistry

Chemistry Research Pathfinders
Guides to important reference sources on specific topics.


Licensed E-Books U.T. restricted
The UT Libraries buy or lease e-books from a variety of vendors and publishers. Many e-books are subject to DRM restrictions on access and printing, depending on the license. The library does not control these restrictions. All locally available e-books are listed in our Library Catalog. You may not find both print and e-book formats for a particular book in the same keyword search. To make sure you see both versions if they exist, do a title-browse search. For more information see the Finding e-books page.

Google Book Search
Search the full text of millions of books included in the Google Print project. This includes materials scanned from participating libraries, and some publisher-provided e-books. Full text of copyrighted books is not visible except in limited snippets. Search UT's Library Catalog to see if we have a print copy.

HathiTrust Digital Library
Over six million digitized titles, mainly from Google Books scanning projects, are hosted in this shared repository. Viewing full text of in-copyright titles is not allowed, but about a third are public domain titles, mostly from before 1923. Search UT's Library Catalog to see if we have a print copy.