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CHM 6620: Advanced Inorganic Chemistry I  

Resources designed to help students taking CHM 6620.
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Off-Campus Access

For off-campus access to library-licensed e-Journals, research databases and e-resources, use either the UF VPN or the library proxy.

When you see Find@UF in your search results, click to access digital full-text material.

Instructions for both methods of access can be found at the link below.

 

Welcome Inorganic Chemistry Students

Welcome Inorganic Chemistry students! This website will guide you to free and library-subscribed resources that will help you with assignments in this course.

Use Books and E-Books to find background information for your assignments. E-books will allow you to keyword-search the full text of the book.

Learn About Article Citations to decipher the code and find journal articles, online and in print at the library..

Search for chemical literature using specialized Chemistry Databases.

Use databases, website & books to find the experimental chemical & physical Property Data of compounds (e.g. IR spectrum for salicylic acid).

Some free (or very inexpensive) chemistry applications can be found on the Applications page (including links to download Chime and the RSC font). (This will open a new window in the Free Data Visualization Tools Guide.)

And finally, more extensive resource listings can be found over on the Chemistry Guide.

 

Course Reserve Information

Your course reserve materials information is available through ARES. Materials for this class will be listed under "CHM 6620".

PLEASE NOTE:

The Library Reserve copy of Inorganic Chemistry (4th ed.) by Miessler & Tarr is listed under CHM 3610. When you ask for this item, please give that course number to the Circulation Staff at Marston.

Advanced Inorganic Chemistry (6th ed.) by Cotton, Murillo & Bochmann is in the Reference Section in the Marston Library, call number QD151.2 .C68 (link goes to Library Catalog page).

Chemistry of the Elements (2nd ed.) by Greenwood is available as an electronic book here. You must be logged in via the VPN if you are off-campus in order to view this item.

 
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