|Title||Author||Call Number||Book Cover|
|The Elements: A Visual Exploration of Every Known Atom in the Universe||Gray, Theodore W.||QD 466 .G73 2009|
|Chemistry 11: A Workbook for Students||Hebden, James A.||QD 31.2 .H423 1998|
|Chemistry: The Molecular Nature of Matter and Change||Silberberg, Martin S.||QD 31.3 .S54 2013|
|Chemistry: A Molecular Approach||Tro, Nivaldo J.||QD 453.3 .T76 2014|
|Chemistry: Human Activity, Chemical Reactivity||Mahaffy, Peter||QD 31.3 .C43 2010|
|Chemical Principles||Zumdahl, Steven S.||QD 33.2 .Z86 2009|
|Basic Chemistry||Timberlake, Karen C.||QD 31.3 .T54 2014|
|Organic Chemistry||Klein, David R.||QD 256 .K542 2012|
|Principles of Environmental Chemistry||Girard, James.||QD 33.2 .G57 2010|
|Biochemistry: Essential Concepts||Hardin, Charles.||QP 518.3 .H37 2013|
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These e-Books are available in the online library collection. Click the link to access the resource.
|Everything You Need to Know About Math for General Chemistry||Williams, Joseph E.||2012||Link|
|Chemistry: The Impure Science||Bensaude-Vincent, Bernadette||2012||Link|
|Understanding Chemistry||Rao, C. N. R.||2010||Link|
|Chemistry: A Very Short Introduction||Atkins, P. W.||2014||Link|
|What Is Chemistry?||Atkins, P. W.||2013||Link|
|The Handbook of Medicinal Chemistry: Principles and Practice||Davis, Andrew||2015||Link|
|Principles of Environmental Chemistry||Harrison, Roy M.||2007||Link|
|Green Chemistry||Luque, Rafael||2012||Link|
|Elementary Physical Chemistry||Linder, Bruno||2011||Link|
|Advanced Organic Chemistry: Reaction Mechanisms||Bruckner, Reinhard||2002||Link|
These handbooks provide easy to digest information about topics covered within Chemistry.
CRC handbook of Chemistry and Physics: A Ready-Reference Book of Chemical and Physical Data (2013) by W. M. Haynes
The CRC handbook of Chemistry and Physics consists of tables of data and current international recommendations on nomenclature, symbols, and units. It can be found in the Library, under the call number QD 65 .C72 2013
Encyclopedia of Chemistry Research (2012) by Andrew P. Albertis
The Encyclopedia of Chemistry Research provides information on current research in the field of chemistry, for a wide variety of topics. It can be found here.
Open access resources are resources that are available to everyone for free online. Links here will lead to sites where you can download textbooks or access journals related to chemistry.
Chemistry by Paul Flowers
Chemistry is a textbook for students about the core concepts of chemistry. It discusses how chemistry concepts apply to students lives and the world around them. You can download it here.
Introductory Chemistry by Jessie A. Key
Introductory Chemistry is a survey of the basic topics of chemistry. You can download it here.
Analytical Chemistry 2.0 by David Harvey
Analytical Chemistry 2.0 is a textbook about solving chemical problems. It focuses on experimental design, sampling, calibration strategies, standardization, optimization, statistics, and the validation of experimental results. You can download it here .
Introduction to Inorganic Chemistry
Introduction to Inorganic Chemistry is a textbook focusing on the study of the synthesis, reactions, structures and properties of compounds of the elements. You can download it here.
Biochemistry Online by Henry Jakubowski
Biochemistry Online focuses on the study of the structure of biological functions/activities, binding reactions for biological events, and chemical principles, such as dynamic equilibria (mass action, and reaction kinetics and mechanisms). You can download it here.
Open Access Journals
The Library has a subscription to Popular Science magazine. Issues can be borrowed from the Burnaby Campus Library and the Vancouver Campus Library.
RSC Periodic Table
Illustrated and interactive periodic table by the Royal Society of Chemistry features history, alchemy, podcasts, videos, and data trends across the periodic table.
A collection of news articles, podcasts, and webinars about the chemistry, curated by the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC).
Assignments written for chemistry courses will follow the style outlined by the assignment guideline. Style guide handbooks are available for your reference in the library or at the Writing and Learning Centre. Online WLC guides can be found here. You can also book an appointment with the Writing and Learning Center for workshops and one-on-one learning help.