THE resource for chemists, with the full-text of all 36 society journals from 1879 to date, including: Chemical & Engineering News; Chemical Research in Toxicology; Chemistry of Materials; Crystal Growth & Design; Energy & Fuels; Environmental Science & Technology; Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research; Inorganic Chemistry; Journal of Organic Chemistry; Journal of Physical Chemistry; the Journal of the American Chemical Society; Langmuir; and Nano Letters.
Databases that help the analytical chemist identify unknown materials and obtain physical, chemical, and spectroscopic data about known substances.
Applied Polymers Literature (APOLLIT)
Citations to worldwide literature on the production, applications, and technological properties of plastics, rubbers and fibers/fibres, the fundamental physical and chemical properties of polymers, and environmental and economic aspects of plastics.Librarians access (only) via STN - $$
Beilstein - Handbook of Organic Chemistry
Librarians access (only) via STN - $$
This is a major structure and factual database, and contains the organic substance records from the critically reviewed and evaluated documents from the Beilstein Handbook of Organic Chemistry as well as data from many leading journals back to 1779.
This Information Analysis Center acquires, analyzes, and disseminates CBD information. This includes chemical and physical properties of CBD materials, chemical identification, decontamination, homeland security, environmental effects, medical effects and treatment, toxicology, warning and identification, nuclear, biological and chemical survivability, etc. Access to CBRNIAC database information is available through Defense Technical Information Center (DTIC), Total Electronic Migration System (TEMS).
Make an appointment with a librarian to perform your search.
NIST (National Institute of Standards & Technology) provides these databases for chemists, physicists, and materials scientists to identify compounds or look for insights into material structures. Includes the NIST Crystal Database with well-characterized crystalline compounds, and over 200,000 inorganic and organic compounds.
Provides comprehensive information on chemical engineering, chemical processes and reaction engineering.
Make an appointment with a librarian to perform your search.
This NIST (National Institute of Standards & Technology) program offers reliable data on gas-phase reactions. Its data has been instrumental in modeling and predicting important scientific systems such as combustion chemistry, atmospheric changes related to ozone depletion and warming, plasmas, and free-radical chemistry.
Accurate information on how chemicals behave at different temperatures and under different conditions. This reference "can save hours of searching for the right source or performing complicated calculations." Knovel - Access to Knovel is through Private DOAC which is accessible when you register for DTIC.
CPIA is the national clearinghouse for worldwide information on chemical, electrical, and nuclear propulsion. Our library and reports vault owns many CPIA and JANNAF reports, and many are also available via DTIC.
*IACs are DoD sponsored but charge for some services. Also SEE TEMS for some
Provides access to structure and files used for the identification of chemical substances cited in National Library of Medicine databases. Provides structure searching and some direct links to chemical information. Contains over 367,000 chemical records, of which 142,000 include chemical structures, and is searchable by Name, Synonym, CAS Registry Number, Molecular Formula, Classification Code, Locator Code, and Structure.
NIST (National Institute of Standards & Technology) develops and compiles benchmark data for the properties of important substances, classes of substances and systems. Includes an Atomic Spectral Database, Computational Chemistry Comparison and Benchmark Database, Crystal Data database, Database of Thermophysical Properties of Gases used in the Semiconductor Industry, Desk Top Spectrum Analyzer and X-Ray Database, Fundamental Physical Constants, Mass Spectral Library, Quantitative Infrared Database, Surface Structure Database, and more.
Knovel interactive Reference books including: Chemical Properties Handbook; *Encyclopedia of Chemical Physics and Physical Chemistry; Handbook of Inorganic Chemicals; *International Critical Tables of Numerical Data, Physics, Chemistry and Technology; Lange's Handbook of Chemistry; Perry's Chemical Engineers' Handbook; and Yaws' Handbook of Thermodynamic and Physical Properties of Chemical Compounds. Also SEE - Environment & Environmental Engineering; Safety, Health & Hygiene
THE "most comprehensive reference on chemical physics and physical chemistry ever published." Knovel's interactive version defines the scope of each sub-discipline, and indicates where to go for a more complete and detailed explanation. Includes the full-text of all three volumes (over 3,000 pages). Knovel - Access to Knovel is through Private DOAC which is accessible when you register for DTIC.
This Knovel interactive database is a classic, and was originally published for the National Research Council. It contains an enormous amount of critical data on inorganic and organic compounds and pure substances. The original (1,000 page) index is hyperlinked to each entry. Available through DTIC Online Access Control with a username and password (https://www.dtic.mil/portal/site/dticol/).
Knovel interactive reference that contains tables of physical, solvent, and thermodynamic properties. The physical property tables include over 21,000 inorganic and organic compounds, and pure substances. The solvent property tables have data for 385 common solvents, and the thermodynamic property tables have data for over 15,000 compounds. Many tables allow use of an interactive Equation Plotter to plot thermodynamic properties as a function of temperature. Also of interest International Critical Tables of Numerical Data, Physics, Chemistry and Technology.
A classic reference covering the field of chemistry, with state-of-the-art facts, figures, values, tables, and formulas.
A good list of safety sheets.
Provides access to over 80 NIST scientific and technical databases with a major emphasis on measurement methodology and the basic technology underlying standardization. Here are links to some of the main NIST database topics: Analytical Chemistry ~ Atomic and Molecular Physics ~ Biometrics ~ Biotechnology ~ Chemical and Crystal Structure ~ Chemical Kinetics ~ Chemistry ~ Environmental Data ~ Fluids ~ Materials Properties ~ Mathematical Databases, Software and Tools ~ Physics ~ Surface Data ~ Thermophysical & Thermochemical Each of these database sets is also described elsewhere on this page. Some databases may not be free.
An indispensable component of any NBC professional's resources. Includes biological warfare; chemical warfare; decontamination; detection sensor systems; body protection, filters, masks, medical countermeasures, and WMDs (weapons of mass destruction).
The Society is the leading organization in Europe for advancing the chemical sciences. They publish several journals online including Chemical Communications, Chemical Society Reviews, Dalton Transactions, Journal of Materials Chemistry, Organic and Biomolecular Chemistry, New Journal of Chemistry, and Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics (PCCP).
Science Citation Index Expanded (part of the "Web of Science"). Provides access to current and retrospective cited references from the world's leading science and technical journals. AFRL coverage 1990 to present. Prepaid version available on AFIT computers in library - 1988 to present.
It is one of "the world's largest collection of science, technology and medicine full text and bibliographic information," and the library connects you to millions of scholarly articles available from 1995+. Includes all journals published by Elsevier, Academic Press, Pergamon, North-Holland and others.
Registered access only - Prepaid
Registered users can search citations to the chemistry literature, with links to full-text articles. Users can also search chemical substances or formulas, and CAS (Chemical Abstracts) Registry Numbers. Unique to this database, they can also enter a chemical structure and search for materials that have used it. Contact the Library for more information.
We have access to most of the journals published by the American Institute of Physics; American Physical Society; Acoustical Society of America; American Society of Mechanical Engineers; American Vacuum Society; International Centre for Diffraction Data; Laser Institute of America; and MAIK (the Russian Academy of Sciences). Many older issues are in the Library.
Searches across 167 million science-specific Web pages including full-text journal sources like: BioMed Central, MEDLINE, Science Direct (Elsevier, Academic Press, etc.), Scitation (AIP, APS, ASME, SPIE, etc.), and the Society for Industrial & Applied Mathematics, as well as NASA reports, and various e-print and patent databases. Connects to millions of full-text subscription and free files.
Here NIST (National Institute of Standards & Technology) highlights databases that allow surface scientists, tribologists, and analytical chemists to analyze surfaces of materials.
NIST (National Institute of Standards & Technology) is a major source for reliable data. The Chemistry WebBook has extensive thermochemical data for over 7,000 inorganic and small organic molecules, as well as reaction data for over 8,000 reactions, and ion energetics data for over 16,000 compounds.