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  • Chemical Information Resources
    Articles Using Databases Find a Journal Find a Map News and Newspapers Government Information Research by Subject Library Widgets Library Services Borrowing Ask Librarian Reserves InterLibrary Services Copying Printing Study Spaces Teaching Learning Services Media Services Suggest a Purchase Texas ScholarWorks Digital Services Media Labs Ask a Librarian Email Chat Call Visit Home Chemistry Library Information Resources Site Index Mallet News New Books About the Library Floor Plan Library Hours Campus Library Map Chemical Information Resources Where to Find Articles Books Careers Networking Chemical Catalogs and Suppliers Chemical Identifiers Names Structures Citation Indexes and Impact Factors Conferences Tech Reports Historical pre 1907 Literature Journal Abbreviations CASSI Journals print MSDS Patents Periodic Tables Prices of Chemicals Reference Managers Style Guides Registry Numbers CAS RNs Spectra Spectral Data Thermodynamic Physical Properties Trade Names Unit Converters Resource Descriptions Beilstein Handbook Chemical Abstracts Gmelin Handbook Landolt Börnstein Reaxys Science of Synthesis Houben Weyl SciFinder Web of Science Subject Guides Analytical Chemistry Biochemical Information Biography Chemical Engineering Chemical Engineering Economics Crystallography Electrochemistry General Basic Chemistry Inorganic Chemistry Organic Chemistry Polymers Plastics Safety Health and Environmental Information Course Pages and Tutorials Finding Data 101 Tutorial Using the Chemical Literature Tutorial CH 301 E Textbook Gchem CH

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  • Finding Data 101
    Find Articles Using Databases Find a Journal Find a Map News and Newspapers Government Information Research by Subject Library Widgets Library Services Borrowing Ask Librarian Reserves InterLibrary Services Copying Printing Study Spaces Teaching Learning Services Media Services Suggest a Purchase Texas ScholarWorks Digital Services Media Labs Ask a Librarian Email Chat Call Visit Home Chemistry Library Tutorials Finding Data Finding Data 101 Finding reliable scientific data is not always easy This tutorial is intended to give you a quick demonstration of looking up common physical and thermodynamic data for small organic molecules using reliable authoritative sources The Top 3 starting points for any chemical data search are all listed on the Chemistry Library s home page Chemistry WebBook To get the most from this tutorial open a separate browser window bring up the Chemistry Library page and connect to each tool in question so you can try it out for yourself as you go along The CRC Handbook and DIPPR are licensed and restricted to UT Austin students and faculty staff The NIST WebBook is open to all If you have more questions see our Guide to Thermodynamic and Physical Property Information send a question by email call the Chemistry

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  • Getting Started in the Library
    your new mail is forwarded from accounts you will not use much to the account you will use most Log into UTDirect and make sure your preferred email address is entered This is the address to which official University communications including mail from the Libraries will be sent You are solely responsible for making sure official communications reach you Make sure mail from lib utexas edu is not automatically marked as junk This is where automated Library overdue reminders and recall notices will come from Failure to receive notices does not excuse borrowers from circulation policies or penalties Set up your computer Obtain BevoWare software to get UT compliant security media viewers browsers email clients virus protection etc Bevoware is free to students and faculty Make sure you have a good anti virus system and that it s always up to date If you have questions about computer support or licensed scientific software products you can contact the College of Natural Sciences IT unit Learn about our wireless network if you ll be using a mobile device Update your Web browser Install the newest versions and make sure you have the latest Java and JRE versions installed and enabled Register for your SciFinder search account If you already have an account from another institution you ll have to create a new one they are not transferable An email account ending in utexas edu is required to register Start keeping up with the literature You can set up email or RSS feeds for new content in your favorite journals You can set up Keep Me Posted alerts in SciFinder or Web of Science You can set up alerts in the Library Catalog to find out about new books matching your interests Browse our New Book Shelf regularly or scan our virtual

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  • History of Chemistry at UT
    Digital Services Media Labs Ask a Librarian Email Chat Call Visit Home Chemistry Library History of Chemistry at UT Faculty Genealogy Photo Credits Chemistry at the University of Texas 1883 1938 The Faculty 1883 1937 Department Chairmen 1883 present Chemistry Buildings The Chemistry Library The study and teaching of chemistry at the University of Texas date to the very founding of the University and chemistry s important place in the

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  • UT-Austin Chemistry Genealogy
    of chemistry s increasing interdisciplinarity that a number of recently appointed faculty members do not trace back to the main chemistry lineages at all Their ancestors came from diverse fields such as physics biology and computer science The full wall chart of the genealogy is on display in the Chemistry Library It is a continuation of a project begun in the 1970s by Aubrey Skinner longtime chemistry librarian LEGEND Entries in the genealogy conform to one of these formats Currently appointed or Emeritus professor John Q Professor PhD School Year UT Year Started Deceased UT professor I M Longgone PhD School Year UT Year Started Death In the case of emeritus faculty who later died the date of death is used not the date of retirement Faculty who left UT for other positions or retired without emeritus status have an end date in the box but no Other Codes PhD adviser Studied with or influenced by Nobel Prize Winner SOURCES Chemical Genealogy Database University of Illinois notes designated as Mainz Chemistry Tree academictree org Michigan State University Chemical Genealogy Univ of Massachusetts at Amherst Chemistry Genealogy North Dakota State University Chemical Genealogy North Dakota State University Mathematics Genealogy Project Nobelprize org Chemical Biography Sources A L Robbin C Anderson Eric V Anslyn Dean R Appling Gilbert H Ayres James R Bailey Philip S Bailey Carlos Baiz Paul F Barbara Allen J Bard Jeffrey Barrick Nathan L Bauld Clifford A L Becker Mark Berg Richard B Bernstein Isaac Bersuker R Christopher W Bielawski James E Boggs Jennifer S Brodbelt Karen S Browning Alan Campion James R Chelikowsky Alan H Cowley David J Cox Richard M Crooks Jefferson C Davis Raymond E Davis Michael J S Dewar Guangbin Dong Robert Eakin Livia Eberlin Ron Elber Andrew Ellington Edgar Everhart Larry R Faulkner

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  • Biochemical Information
    approved biotech protein peptide drugs 89 nutraceuticals and over 6000 experimental drugs Additionally 4282 non redundant protein i e drug target enzyme transporter carrier sequences are linked to these drug entries Each DrugCard entry contains more than 200 data fields with half of the information being devoted to drug chemical data and the other half devoted to drug target or protein data ENZYME ENZYME is a repository of information relative to the nomenclature of enzymes It is primarily based on the recommendations of the Nomenclature Committee of the International Union of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology IUBMB and it describes each type of characterized enzyme for which an EC Enzyme Commission number has been provided ExPASy Enzyme Explorer Search by name application specificity or EC number The Enzyme Explorer also features detailed sites on metabolic pathways protein kinases protease specificity and inhibition and glycoprotein analysis as well as new cell signaling analytical and diagnostic enzymes and reagents Sigma Aldrich Enzyme Nomenclature Subtitle Recommendations of the Nomenclature Committee of the International Union of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology on the Nomenclature and Classification of Enzymes by the Reactions they Catalyse Browse and search for enzyme names using EC numbers ExPASy ExPASy is the SIB Bioinformatics Resource Portal which provides access to scientific databases and software tools in different areas of life sciences including proteomics genomics phylogeny systems biology population genetics transcriptomics etc GenBank GenBank is the NIH genetic sequence database an annotated collection of all publicly available DNA sequences GenBank is part of the International Nucleotide Sequence Database Collaboration which comprises the DNA DataBank of Japan DDBJ the European Molecular Biology Laboratory EMBL and GenBank at NCBI Genome Bioinformatics Contains the reference sequence and working draft assemblies for a large collection of genomes UC Santa Cruz GenomeNet GenomeNet is a Japanese network of database and computational services for genome research and related research areas in biomedical sciences Kyoto University HapMap The International HapMap Project is a multi country effort to identify and catalog genetic similarities and differences in human beings Using the information in the HapMap researchers will be able to find genes that affect health disease and individual responses to medications and environmental factors NIH Human Metabolome Database The Human Metabolome Database HMDB is a freely available electronic database containing detailed information about small molecule metabolites found in the human body It is intended to be used for applications in metabolomics clinical chemistry biomarker discovery and general education The database is designed to contain or link three kinds of data 1 chemical data 2 clinical data and 3 molecular biology biochemistry data LIPID MAPS LIPID Metabolites And Pathways Strategy LIPID MAPS is a multi institutional effort created in 2003 to identify and quantitate using a systems biology approach and sophisticated mass spectrometers all of the major â and many minor â lipid species in mammalian cells as well as to quantitate the changes in these species in response to perturbation NIH Molinspiration Cheminformatics Free web site with Java based JME interface for

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  • About | University of Texas at Austin Libraries
    Newspapers Government Information Research by Subject Library Widgets Library Services Borrowing Ask Librarian Reserves InterLibrary Services Copying Printing Study Spaces Teaching Learning Services Media Services Suggest a Purchase Texas ScholarWorks Digital Services Media Labs Ask a Librarian Email Chat Call Visit Home Classics Library About Architecture and Planning Library Classics HorizNav Home About Collections Resources Hours Location Computer Equipment Staff Contacts Support the Classics Library About The Classics Library primarily serves the needs of faculty graduate students and upper division majors in classics archaeology art history philosophy architecture and comparative literature however we are open to the entire university community as well as the general public and welcome all users You will need a valid UT ID or courtesy borrowers card to check out materials The Classics Library is an open and closed stack facility The books on Archaeology Art and Numismatics are kept in closed stacks down the corridor from the main library Staff will gladly retrieve items from this room for you Certain categories of materials including reference books are limited to library use only but these items can be checked out for two hours Please note that we do not have a photocopier on site Classics Library

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  • Collections | University of Texas at Austin Libraries
    Visit Home Classics Library Collections Architecture and Planning Library Classics HorizNav Home About Collections Resources Recent Arrivals Journals Collections The Classics Library prides itself in having one of the best classical studies collections in the world Founded in 1966 we maintain a collection of nearly 30 000 volumes and 180 journal subscriptions We have a large collection of non English language materials including materials in Latin Greek Italian German and French Some of our journals as well as many books on the subject appropriate for undergraduate research are located at the Perry Castañeda Library The library has a strong collection focusing on classical philology Greek and Latin literature Greek and Roman history and classical civilization including art archaeology epigraphy and numismatics The reference room houses many of the major encyclopedias and reference works including the Supplementum Epigraphicum Graecum SEG L Annee Philologique as well as both the old and new Paulys and Lexicon Iconographicum Mythologiae Classicae We also have many other Greek and Latin lexicons dictionaries and major collections of Greek and Latin inscriptions such as Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum and Inscriptiones Graecae Our general collection books are shelved in the open stacks include Greek and Roman Literature Greek and Roman civilization history law philosophy economics military history and social history Our collection also includes most of the volumes in the Loeb Oxford Classical Texts Budé and Teubner collections The closed stacks contain art and archaeology holdings including sculpture painting ceramics architecture and numismatics with a full set of the Corpus Vasorum Antiquorum The library subscribes to most of the major journals in classical studies Current issues are available for reading in the library and can be found in the reference room Bound back copies are housed in the open and closed stacks or at the Perry Castañeda Library All bound

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