Welcome to the Chemistry Subject Guide where you can learn about the best resources at the UNT Libraries for your chemistry research. I'm the chemistry librarian, Erin O'Toole; please feel free to contact me anytime with your questions about research and the Libraries. Start off your research by reading below about the types of resources we offer and then move on to the tabs at the top of the screen.
Reference Sources, such as encyclopedias, handbooks and dictionaries, are a good place to start your research because they provide:
Books in both print and electronic format provide:
Articles in both print and electronic format provide:
Websites must be evaluated for credibility, authority and accuracy before using and provide:
Many instructors require you to use peer-reviewed sources for your papers and projects, but what does that mean?
Most databases allow you to limit your search to peer-reviewed articles. Here are two examples: