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The online catalogue indexes all e-books licensed or purchased by the University Library. You will find the following e-books particularly helpful in the field of chemistry:
- Springer E-Books Chemistry & Materials Science
E-Books on chemistry and materials science from the publisher Springer (in English, year of publication 2005ff.)
- Springer E-Books Naturwissenschaften
E-Books on chemistry and the sciences from the publisher Springer (in German, year of publication 2005ff.)
- RSC E-Book Collection
E-Books published by the Royal Society of Chemistry (in English, years of publication 1968 – 2009)
This database by the Chemical Abstracts Service published by the American Chemical Society provides access to the world's most comprehensive and authoritative source of references, substances and reactions in chemistry and related sciences. It has been indexing journals, patents and dissertations since the 19th century. Please be advised that a personal registration is neccessary.
This database published by Elsevier combines and substitutes the former databases CrossFire Beilstein, CrossFire Gmelin and Patent Chemistry Database. It offers synthesis planning combined with chemistry data, literature and reactions.
- Ullmann's Encyclopedia of Industrial Chemistry
This comprehensive encyclopedia contains information relating to applied chemistry, industrial chemistry, and chemical engineering.
You will find additional databases pertaining to the field of chemistry in the Datenbank-Infosystem DBIS (Database Information System) under the subject heading „Chemie”.
DBIS / Chemistry (in German)
You can find all electronic journals relating to the field of chemistry in the Electronic Journals Library (EZB) under the subject heading „Chemie und Pharmazie”.
EZB / Chemistry (in German)
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