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Chemical & materials engineering handbooks, encyclopedias, dictionaries

Additional resources may be found by searching the library catalogue or the sources in the chemistry guide.

Handbooks with property data
Best bets:
  • Knovel: database with many handbooks useful for finding material property data
  • Springer handbook of materials data: data from Landolt-Börnstein containing physical and physicochemical properties of the elements and most frequently used data and relationships for metals, nonmetallic materials, functional materials, liquid crystals, and nanostructured materials
  • MatWeb: database of materials properties
Other sources:


Encyclopedias & handbooks
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