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  • 1. CHEMISTRY WELCOME Aug 2012LIBRARYFind a journal articlewhen you have the publication details Search Google Scholar for the article title or Browse the e-journal * Search for the journal title at ucelinks.cdlib.org:8888/sfx_ucb/az When no copy is online Search for a print copy oskicat.berkeley.edu * Search by journal title Find a book No copy at Berkeley? Borrow from another library via https://sunsite.berkeley.edu/ilb Search oskicat.berkeley.edu * Click Request when item is checked out or at NRLFSearch for articleson a new topic Try Google Books Find a quiet spot1. Search a database to search within books 24-hour study space * Click the Find in a library link for College of ChemistryFor Chemistry graduate students and faculty* SciFinder (registration required) When no copy is * Swipe your Cal 1 Card at the door for after-hours access* Reaxys at BerkeleyFor Chemical Engineering Search Melvyl* INSPEC berkeley.worldcat.org Get software* Compendex and click Request to borrow from another library RefworksFor General Science for managing literature citations* Google Scholar * Free through the Library* Web of Science lib.berkeley.edu/BIOS/refworks.html Find your class textbook Databases available through ChemDrawwww.lib.berkeley.edu/CHEM/ 1. Search for your class at oskicat.berkeley.edu/search/r * Free through the Collegearticle.html glab.cchem.berkeley.edu/glab/ chemdraw.html2. Click UC-eLinks or the 2. Visit the library circulationFull Text link desk for a copyto find a copy of the article ‘Bear’ in mind Use library resources BRII fundingFind reactions, syntheses, from off-campus for Open Access publications www.lib.berkeley.edu/brii/protocols, and properties Set up your proxy server or Data managementVisit the Library website VPN first guides and resourceswww.lib.berkeley.edu/CHEM/ www.lib.berkeley.edu/Help/ www.lib.berkeley.edu/sciences/* See the Selected Information section connecting_off_campus.html data/guide