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Library Research Guides


Guides on using library services and selected resources including journals, databases, ebooks, reference works, etc., for research in chemistry, including: analytical, organic, inorganic, biological, and physical chemistry.


Ready to explore the Chemical information world? This research guide will get you started with resources you need for learning, teaching and research in Chemistry, especially those collected/subscribed by MLibrary. Please use the side tabs to navigate through recommended databases, journals, ebooks, and other resources. 

If you need any assistance during your chemistry-related research, please contact your Chemistry Librarian as shown in the Library Contact box below. 

Download/print FAQ about MLibrary resources and services for students and researchers in Chemistry. 

Selected Ebooks for General and Introductory Chemistry

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Q1: How to Access MLibrary?

Q2: How to Get Help?

Q3: How to Find Books?

  •  Library Catalog – Mirlyn  
    • To find the location/call number/links for books, journals, videos, conference proceedings, etc.
    • “Available online”: Link to online resources
    • “GetThis”
      • Recall an item
      • Deliver items to the library you preferred
      • Link to 7Fast delivery service – scanned articles/book chapters sent through Email 

Q4: How to Check Out and Renew Books?

Q5: How to Find Articles?

Q6: How to Access Databases?

Q7: How to Access Resources Remotely?

  • When I am off campus or on wireless connection
    • Use links to resources on MLibrary web pages (From quick “Search” box or Mirlyn). They contain MLibrary proxy information and will ask you to log in with your unique name and Kerberos password.
    • Use Proxy Sever Bookmarklet to reload the page
  • When I use mobile devices

Q8: How to Get Resources MLibrary Does Not Own?


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