Table of contents for How to find chemical information : a guide for practicing chemists, educators, and students / Robert E. Maizell.
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Information Flow and Communication Patterns in Chemistry.
Keeping Up to Date: Current Awareness Programs.
How to Get Access to Articles, Patents, Translations, Specifications, and Other Documents Quickly and Efficiently.
Chemical Abstracts Service: History and Development.
Essentials of Chemical Abstracts Use.
Selected Other Abstracting and Indexing Services of Interest to Chemists.
Some United States Government Technical Information Centers and Sources.
Online Systems and Databases, the Internet, CD-ROMs, and Related Topics.
Encyclopedias and Other Major References Books; Journals.
Patent Documents (with a Brief Section on Trademarks).
Environment, Safety, and Related Topics.
Locating and Using Physical Property and Related Data.
Chemical Marketing and Business Information Sources.
Analytical Chemistry: A Brief Review of Some of the Literature Sources.
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