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A resource guide for chemical engineering information.
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Use the tabs above to find more information on finding information in Chemical Engineering.

  • Encyclopedias, Handbooks & Dictionaries: Books available in the Art, Architecture & Engineering Library.
  • Finding Books: A quick guide to searching for books in the U-M Library.
  • Finding Articles: Links to databases for Chemical Engineering research.
  • Chemical Economics: Links to the resources dealing with chemical pricing and market information
  • Standards: A quick guide to finding industrial standards.
  • Regulatory Resources: Links to websites containing information on regulations

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