The Chemistry Library wishes to congratulate all senior Chemistry Majors, as they march to accept their Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Arts degrees at Commencement. All the hard work has paid off for you all! The staff of the Library also wishes all earners of masters and PhD degrees in Chemistry at the University the best of success in your future endeavours! Thank you to all of you for your use and support of the Chemistry Library this academic year!
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The Chemistry Branch of the UNH Library System is located in the Iddles Auditorium section of Parsons Hall. The Chemistry Library is situated across Academic Way from the Paul Creative Arts Center, and is flanked on either side by Kingsbury Hall and McConnell Hall. It is also convenient to Morse Hall, which gives it proximity to most researchers in the areas of physical sciences and technology.
The Chemistry Library is primarily a research facility for use by individuals in the areas of analytical, inorganic, organic, organometallic, and physical chemistry, as well as materials science, chemical engineering and related disciplines. On its three floors is kept the chemistry core curriculum journal collection for the University, as well as a large selection of relevant monographs, symposia and series in all fields of chemistry. Chemistry instructional materials, including course reserves, are also available, and there is wireless Internet access in addition to several public computer workstations. Despite its research activities, the Chemistry Library has the reputation of being one of the few quiet places on campus in which to study.
Exceptions to end of Spring Semester Schedule (End of Final Exam period):
Monday-Tuesday (May 13-14): 8 am - 10 pm
Wednesday (May 15): 8 am - 9 pm
Thursday-Friday (May 16-17): 8 am - 5 pm
Saturday & Sunday (May 18-19): CLOSED
Special Notes: If the University curtails operations (closes for any reason), the Chemistry Library hours will be determined based on the availability of staffing.
To confirm Chemistry Library hours at the start of each semester, between semesters, around holidays, and during storm events, please call (603) 862-1083. To check on the University's status, please call 862-0000, the University's Storm Information Line, or connect to the UNH Emergency and Storm Info website. Another good source of info is the UNH Library hours website, which shows posted exceptions when you click on the name of the branch or department.
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Copying and Printing: Copying and printing at UNH Libraries requires Cat's Cache, the UNH debit system. The cost is 10 cents per page. The Chemistry Library sells re-usable guest cards during weekday hours. Guest cards have a set value that can be increased at machines available around campus. UNH faculty, staff, and students may use their university ID cards for Cat's Cache (students have accounts automatically set up). For more info, see the UNH Dining Cat's Cache page or check with Library staff.
Scanning: Branch library copiers provide scanning to email at no charge. A Cat's Cache card is used to activate the scanner service, but no funds are debited. If you do not have a card, staff can activate the scanner for you. A dedicated scanner for larger projects, plus regular print and microform scanning are available at no charge at Dimond Library.
Meeting Room: The Chemistry Library meeting room is available by reservation. Meeting room policy
Please direct any questions to Bob Constantine, Chemistry Library Associate, at email@example.com (862-1083) or Emily Poworoznek, Engineering & Physical Sciences Librarian, at el @ cisunix.unh.edu (862-4168).
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Updated 1 March 2012