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In print: QC61 .L332 (Reference, Science/Engineering Library)
Contains molecular constants, density, surface tension, dielectric constants, refractive index, vapor pressure, phase transition temperatures and transition enthalpies. In total, 16,897 compounds with 33,828 references to numerical data are recorded. Click on (i) next to title for more information.
All compounds are given with the drawing of the chemical structure, the molecular formula, chemical names, the Chemical Abstracts Registration numbers (CAS-RN) and references to all the Landolt Börnstein citations, including their use in binary mixtures.
Here is a range of online and print sources of data for chemistry and chemical engineering topics.
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* CCOHS OSH Answers - answers to hundreds of frequently asked health and safety questions.
* CHEMINDEX - chemical names, CAS Registry Numbers and synonyms.
* MSDS plus CHEMINFO - Material Safety Data Sheets & safety information on pure chemicals.
* OSH References
* RTECS - Registry of Toxic Effects of Chemical Substances.
* IPCS INCHEM - publications on chemicals from United Nations agencies.
* ILO Encyclopaedia - Articles covering all aspects of health and safety, by respected international experts.
Largest free chemical data site on the Web. Acts as a metasearch engine, providing a large number of links to further information published on the web. The links are arranged into categories such as biochemistry, health, MSDS, regulations, usage, and physical properties. Searchable by chemical name, CAS RN, molecular formula or weight. Direct data provided includes structure, synonyms, CAS RN, various physical properties, EPA code. Click on (i) next to title for more information.
Available online (click title above) or in print (1956-1992) in Periodical Stacks at the Science/EngineeringLibrary.
A monthly journal devoted to the publication of experimental data and the evaluation and prediction of property values. Focuses on physical, thermodynamic, and transport properties of well-defined materials.
Available online from 1972-2007 (click title above) or in print (1973-1992) in Periodical Stacks at the Science/Engineering Library.
Published by the American Institute of Physics (AIP) for the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). Provides critically evaluated physical and chemical property data, with full disclosure about the sources and the criteria used for evaluation.
National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) is the federal agency responsible for conducting research and making recommendations for the prevention of work-related injury and illness. NIOSH is part of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in the Department of Health and Human Services.