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Chemical Engineering: Researching a topic

Resources on this guide

This guide pulls together resources for finding information on chemical engineering topics, citing your sources, and disseminating your research.  If you need help, or have any comments about this guide, please let us know.

Researching a topic includes:

Citing

Getting your research out

Best bets to start

To find general information on a subject:

  • try Knovel (a collection of e-books).

To find experimental/physical properties of substances:

  • try SciFinder (click on “Substance Identifier” on the left-hand side of the page to begin your search).

To find peer-reviewed articles on a topic,

Need more books?  See Finding books.

Need more articles?  See Finding articles.

Accessing electronic resources

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