CHEM 100, CHEM 101, CHEM 102, CHEM 200, CHEM 201
The textbooks that follow represent some of the current physical and electric holdings available in the library for your particular course. This list, however, should not be considered exhaustive, so make sure to visit the Library search engines to explore the many other valuable resources that the library has to offer.
|Chemistry 100/ 101 / 102 Library Resources||Library Call Number|
|Bensaude-Vincent, Bernadette and Jonathan Simon. Chemistry: The Impure Science (2Nd Edition). vol. 2nd ed, Imperial College Press, 2012.||eBook Academic Collection|
|Hebden, James. Chemistry 11: A Workbook for Students.||QD 31.2 H423 1998|
|Rao, C. N. R. Understanding Chemistry. World Scientific, 2010.||eBook Academic Collection|
|Silberberg, Martin S. Chemistry: The Molecular Nature of Matter and Change. * Chapters on all the topics in Chem 100 through 102, and some organic chemistry. Problems and solutions to practice your knowledge||QD 31.3 S54 2013|
|Timberlake, Karen C., and William Timberlake. Basic Chemistry.* Older edition published as Chemistry: An Introduction to General, Organic, and Biological Chemistry. QD 31.2 T55 1996.
**Both editions are great for CHEM 100, since they have plenty of examples and explanations for key concepts.
|QD 31.3 T54 2014|
|Chemistry 200 / 201 Library Resources||Library Call Number|
|Klein, D. R. (2008). Organic chemistry. New Jersey : John Wiley, c2012.||QD 256 .K542 2012|
|Klein, D. R. (2016). Organic chemistry as a second language: First Semester Topics, 4th Ed. Hoboken : Wiley, 2016.||QD 256 .K54145 2016|
|Klein, D. R. (2016). Organic chemistry as a second language: Second Semester Topics, 4th Ed. Hoboken, NJ : Wiley, .||QD 256 .K54 2016|
|Zubrick, James W. (2011). The Organic Chem Lab Survival Manual: A Student’s Guide to Techniques. Hoboken, NJ : John Wiley, c2011.
**Essential reading for all Chemistry students. We recommend you buy a copy for yourself. Self-explanatory title for a book that tells you how to conduct labs.
|QD 261 .Z83 2011|
If your assignment is pointing you towards more specific research in your field, you’ll want to turn to Alexander College’s list of subscription databases to find resources. Listed below are the databases that are relevant to your field. Remember that these resources are not exhaustive, and there are many more avenues to pursue your studies.
Library has subscriptions to paper versions of:
The following resources can help you want reading your scholarly resources.
Library of Congress Subject Headings for Chemistry
Articles about chemistry topics in the news, facts, and “how it works.” By the Royal Society of Chemistry in UK.
Molecule of the Month
Find out about a molecule each month, with links to university Chemistry departments around the world.
A weekly podcast about science topics in the news. Features panels of expert guests chat with science journalist Ira Flatow.
“TOXNET® (TOXicology Data NETwork) is a group of databases covering chemicals and drugs, diseases and the environment, environmental health, occupational safety and health, poisoning, risk assessment and regulations, and toxicology.”