The resources used by chemical engineers are available in a variety of formats, from print handbooks and encyclopedias that define concepts and explain processes to online databases of chemical names, formulas and properties.
This guide is to help researchers identify useful resources in the field of chemical engineering. It provides a list of print, online, and Web resources with descriptions as to the type of information each contains. For assistance with general research, please use the service.
Resources for Background Information:
Kirk-Othmer Encyclopedia of Chemical Technology: Provides comprehensive coverage of applied chemistry and chemical technology. Articles deal with chemical compounds, physical properties, industry production, and so on. Expanded coverage include biotechnology, chemical analysis, computer applications, economic considerations, energy, and the environment.
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