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Research Guide for Chemistry: Books and e-books

A guide to research resources for Chemistry

Books and E-books

SOLO discovery platform includes records of printed books and e-books available via Bodleian Libraries.
Books in the RSL@VHL are kept on the Second Floor and are arranged by the Library of Congress and National Library of Medicine Classification schemes. Many more books are also kept off-site. You can order these to be brought to the library using SOLO.
E-books. To access an electronic version of a book, click 'Online Access' in SOLO record and proceed to providers website.

Ebook Collections

Annual Review series including past and current journals. Coverage includes 46  science subjects such biosciences, chemistry and physical chemistry, material science, physics and condensed matter physics.

Proquest Academic Complete offers a collection of over 88,000 e-books from over 500 academic publishers. University members may download books for 14 day loans.

EBSCOhost eBook Collection includes selection of e-books acquired by Libraries as individual titles.

Oxford Scholarship Online Contains scholarly books, published by Oxford University Press, in the humanities, sciences, medicine and social sciences online

O'Reilly (formerly Safari Books Online) is the premier on-demand digital library providing technology, digital media, business books, videos, and online courses. You will need to register on the website using an email address before use.

Proquest E-books Central platform provides access to individually selected e-books acquired by Libraries. "Owned" books may be browsed online or downloaded.

SIAM collection covers e-books in applied mathematics and computational science. Over 400 titles address fundamental topics in computational mathematics., numerical analysis, simulation and modeling, and applied science areas.

Springer Lecture Notes in Computer Science
E-book series. Includes Conference proceedings.

All e-books can be accessed via SOLO

Book recommendations

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