Librarian, Kenan Science Library
The Library subscribes to a number of E-Research Tools that may be helpful in your research. They are:
A college-level encyclopedia of science and technology
Contains many major chemical reference works in a searchable online format.
CRC Handbook of Chemistry and Physics
An online reference resource (within CHEMnetBASE) that contains values of constants, properties of organic and inorganic compounds, and other data related to chemistry and physics.
Search the UNC-Chapel Hill Libraries' Catalog
You can search for a particular book or journal, or just see what materials UNC-Chapel Hill Libraries own on your topic, using the catalog.
The Web pages listed above only include selected aspects of the ACS style guidelines. For a more comprehensive source, see the ACS Style Guide at the Chemistry Library's reference desk.
IUPAC Nomenclature Recommendations and Publications
Contains the full text of many IUPAC recommendations, including a Glossary of Organic Class Names
Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) contain information on chemicals and their properties along with health, physical, and environmental hazards. As they are provided by manufacturers, there is no centralized location so you may have to look in multiple places.
Chemical and Other Safety Information
Includes useful info such as a glossary of terms related to chemical safety, toxicity abbreviations often included in MSDS, and how to interpret an MSDS.
Where to Find MSDS on the Internet
A guide to finding MSDS. Also includes MSDS-related news and updates.
MSDS Sources to Start With