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New: C&EN Archives

We have purchased the digital historical archive of Chemical & Engineering News, from 1923 to 2015. C&EN is the weekly membership magazine of the ACS, containing news and features of interest to the chemical research community as well as the process and pharmaceutical industries. The archive is a rich trove of news, biographical information, research advances, and industry and academic data spanning the 20th and 21st centuries. [4/20/16]

New Journals:
Molecular Systems Design and Engineering
Reaction Chemistry and Engineering

The Royal Society of Chemistry has launched two more journals in 2016. [4/6/16]

New: ACS Books Archive

UT System Digital Library has purchased the historical archive of two major ACS book series: the ACS Symposium Series (1974-2011) and its predecessor Advances in Chemistry Series (1950-98). Content from over 1,300 proceedings volumes is now available electronically, complementing the print holdings in the Mallet Library. [11/10/15]

New: ScienceDirect Chemical Engineering Journal Archive

The Libraries have purchased the historical archive of selected chemical engineering/technology journals on the Elsevier ScienceDirect platform. The digital archive covers these titles from their first volume through 1994. Titles include: Applied Catalysis; Catalysis Today; Chemical Engineering Science; Dyes and Pigments; Fluid Phase Equilibria; Journal of Membrane Science; Journal of Power Sources; and others. See the full title list. Access to this content is through full text links in many of our databases, as well as via the Library Catalog and the Journals Database. [9/17/15]

Welch Hall Construction

The West half of the 1929 (north) wing of Welch Hall is under renovation. Access to the Mallet Library during the construction is from the east/south wing only (Speedway side). Doors into WEL from 24th Street and the alleyway between WEL and PAI are closed for the duration, as are the 1929 wing restrooms and elevator. Construction noise may be audible in the library from time to time. The library will be open normal hours throughout the project, which will be completed by fall 2016. [6/15/15]

The Chemistry book : from gunpowder to graphene, 250 milestones in the history of chemistry.
QD 11 L558 2016 Stacks

Time-resolved mass spectrometry : from concept to applications.
QD 96 M3 U73 2016 Stacks

Principles of thermal analysis and calorimetry.
QD 79 T38 P75 2016 Stacks

X-ray absorption and x-ray emission spectroscopy : theory and applications. 2 vols.
QD 96 X2 X1924 2016 Stacks

Asymmetric Bronsted acid catalysis.
QD 281 C3 R84 2016 Stacks

Fieser's reagents for organic synthesis, vol.28
QD 262 F5 v.28 Reference

A world from dust : how the periodic table shaped life.
QD 467 M37 2016 Stacks

Standard colorimetry : definitions, algorithms and software.
QD 113 O44 2016 Stacks

Practical functional group synthesis.
QD 262 S76 2016 Stacks

Perspectives in crystallography.

Handbook of thermoplastics. 2nd ed.

Hydrogenation with low-cost transition metals.

Study and communication skills in the chemical sciences. 2nd ed.
QD 40 O86 2015 Stacks

The Sol-gel handbook : synthesis, characterization, and applications. 3 vols.
QD 549 S654 2015 Stacks

Handbook of enhanced spectroscopy.

Handbook of research on nanoscience, nanotechnology, and advanced materials.

Spin states in biochemistry and inorganic chemistry : influence on structure and reactivity.

Handbook of essential oils : science, technology, and applications. 2nd ed.
QD 416.7 H35 2016 Stacks

Solvent effects in chemistry.
QD 543 B945 2016 Stacks

Cleavage of carbon-carbon single bonds by transition metals.
QD 262 C496 2016 Stacks

Carbohydrate chemistry : state of the art and challenges of drug development.
QP 701 C2916 2016 Stacks
Purchased with funds from the Skinner Endowment.

Paul John Flory : a life of science and friends.
QD 22 F57 P38 2016 Stacks
Purchased with funds from the Skinner Endowment.

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  • Handbook Table -- in the Reference area.
  • Stacks -- in our Book Stacks (after initial period on New Book Shelf)
  • Reserves -- ask at the Circulation Desk
  • Spectra -- in our Spectra Collection (northeast corner)

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