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Science (Gale in Context)

Gale In Context: Science provides millions of full-text articles from national and global publications covering all disciplines of science including biology, chemistry, earth and environmental science, physics, and more.

Academic Search Complete

This database has scholarly and peer-reviewed journals and is a good choice for most topics.

PLoS: Public Library of Science

PLoS has open-access articles covering biology, medicine & science.

BioMed Central

peer-reviewed open access journals in biology, medicine, nursing, & related areas

Watch Films - Chemistry

Chemistry - Academic Video Online (AVON)

Streaming video from well-known producers like PBS, BBC, and History,

Chemistry - Films on Demand

Watch acclaimed documentaries and award-winning educational films about chemical bonding, chemical reactions, elements, and more.

Videos for chemistry databases

What is a library database? (video)

How to Find Primary Research Articles at the CCC Library (video)

Internet Resources - Chemistry


ChemSpider is a free chemical structure database providing fast text and structure search access to over 100 million structures from hundreds of data sources.


PubChem, from the U.S. National Institutes of Health, allows you to quickly find chemical information from authoritative sources.

Organic Chemistry Data

Organic Chemistry Data

Compendium of web resources about organic chemistry, including structural information, organic reactions, nomenclature, physical properties, and spectroscopic data.

American Chemical Society

American Chemical Society

One of the world's largest scientific organizations, the American Chemical Society is a professional organization for chemists and chemistry educators with a global community of members.

Periodic Table Live!

Periodic Table Live!

Explore every chemical element in the periodic table using this interactive chart.

APA Citation Guide

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