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This guide covers a set of information sources for Chemistry research.
CRC Handbook of Chemistry and Physics
The most important source in chemistry. SciFinder contains the complete Chemical Abstracts since 1907, including substance search, substructure search, reaction search, etc.
Database containing syntheses and properties of organic and inorganic compounds from the Beilstein and Gmelin handbooks
Pubmed by the National Library of Medicine (NIH)
Information Literacy Skills
If you need more help in searching for academic literature, and how to use it, you can use the online course on Information literacy: