How to Find Out in Chemistry - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780080118802, 9781483138800

How to Find Out in Chemistry

1st Edition

The Commonwealth and International Library: Libraries and Technical Information Division, Volume 3

Authors: C. R. Burman
Editors: G. Chandler
eBook ISBN: 9781483138800
Imprint: Pergamon
Published Date: 1st January 1965
Page Count: 228
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How to Find Out in Chemistry: A Guide to Sources of Information indicates how to make the best possible use of the literature of chemistry. This book serves as a guide for outlining the careers available to qualified chemists and explaining how such qualifications can be obtained; assembling a library of chemistry books; describing some of the general standards on books, biographies, and theses; acquiring periodical publications; and abstracting journals. Other topics discussed include general and physical chemistry, analytical chemistry, organic and inorganic chemistry, and chemical technology.

This publication is intended for undergraduates and technical college students conducting research on the implications of chemistry.

Table of Contents

Preface Chapter 1. Training and Careers Methods of Qualification Degree Courses Royal Institute of Chemistry Graduate Membership Sandwich Courses Diploma of Technology National Certificates Biochemistry Chemical Engineering Specialized Industries Scholarships and Grants Careers Vocational Guidance United States Chapter 2 Libraries Organization of Libraries Classifications The Catalog Scientific Libraries Chapter 3. Guides Guides to Books Guides to Technical and Scientific Books Bibliographies Guides to Chemical Literature Biography Histories of Chemistry Directories Theses Chapter 4. Periodicals Types of Periodicals General Science Periodicals General Chemistry Periodicals Chemical Engineering and Applied Chemistry Periodicals Industrial Periodicals Directories of Periodicals Translations Russian Periodicals in Translation Chapter 5. Abstracts Nature of an Abstract Purpose of an Abstract, and of Abstracting Journals General Abstracting Journals Chemical Abstracts Chemisches Zentralblatt British Abstracts Referativnyi Zhurnal Bulletin Signalétique Other Abstracting Journals Periodicals Containing Abstracts Current Awareness Publications Literature Searching Chapter 6. General and Physical Chemistry Nomenclature Reviews Serials Physical Chemistry Periodicals Physical Data Compilations Dictionaries and Encyclopedias Treatises Language Dictionaries Illustrations Appear between Pages 120 and 121 Chapter 7. Analytical Chemistry Reviews Periodicals Treatises Spectroscopy Chromatography Polarography Electrophoresis Standard Methods Chapter 8. Inorganic Chemistry Periodicals Reviews


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About the Author

C. R. Burman

About the Editor

G. Chandler

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Canberra, Australia

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