Note: SciFinder-N requires mandatory registration before first login (your Massey email address is required). Includes Chemical Abstracts and Medline. Comprehensive coverage of chemical literature from the CAS (Chemical Abstracts Society) databases. Primary database for all areas of pure and applied chemistry, biochemistry and related sciences. Allows chemical structure searching and citation linking.
Extensive multidisciplinary database with a strong science and technology component. Includes citation linking and analysis, Medline and global patents coverage, and high-quality web resources.
Multidisciplinary Google search engine for scholarly articles and books. Includes citation linking, and full-text searching of many publications.
New techniques and applications in analytical chemistry, with full analytical method details.
Entire field of life sciences.
Includes agriculture, horticulture, animal /veterinary science.
A comprehensive index of New Zealand science, provided by the Crown Research Institutes, Conservation Department and the Royal Society of New Zealand.
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Kirk-Othmer Encyclopedia of Chemical Technology
The premier encyclopedia for chemistry and all its related applications, offering comprehensive articles with extensive referencing for further research.
Ullmann's Encyclopedia of Industrial Chemistry
Covers all aspects of industrial chemistry and related areas.
Encyclopedia of Food Chemistry (3rd ed) 2019
Search the Library for more chemistry and physics encyclopedias.
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Handbooks and manuals
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Books and ebooks
Find Library books, journals, DVDs, online resources & other material.
For postgraduate students and staff to find and request books that are not held by any Massey University Library.
Searches across the full-text of books from around the world.
Locate Massey, New Zealand, and international theses.
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