Chemistry Library

Location & Hours

The Chemistry Library is located in the Iddles Wing of Parsons Hall, room N109. See today's hours.

About Us

The Chemistry Library supports research in analytical, inorganic, organic, organometallic, and physical chemistry, as well as materials science and related disciplines. It holds the chemistry core curriculum journal collection, relevant monographs, symposia, and series in all fields of chemistry. Chemistry instructional materials, including course reserves, are also available.

Despite high levels of instructional and research activity, the Chemistry Library has the reputation of being one of the few quiet places on campus in which to study. This is perhaps due to the tucked-away spaces on the quiet second floor, with its view of the courtyard, and the downstairs area, which may be in use for quiet study or group work at any given time.


New Books at the Chemistry Library

Oxidation of C-H bonds / Wenjun Lu and Lihong Zhou Physicochemical properties of ionic liquid mixtures / Suojiang Zhang, [and 4 others], editors Student solutions manual : to accompany Introduction to organic chemistry, sixth edition / Felix S. Lee, William Brown, Thomas Poon X-ray and neutron techniques for nanomaterials characterization / Challa S.S.R. Kumar, editor The foundations of physical organic chemistry : fifty years of the James Flack Norris Award / E. Thomas Strom, editor, University of Texas at Arlington, Arlington, Texas, Vera V. Mainz, editor, University of Illinois at Urbana- Champaign, Urbana, Illinois ; sponsored by the ACS Division of the History of Chemistry Study guide/solutions manual to accompany Organic Chemistry, fifth edition / Maitland Jones, Jr., Henry L. Gingrich, Steven A. Fleming Ultrafast dynamics at the nanoscale : biomolecules and supramolecular assemblies / edited by Irene Burghardt, Stefan Haacke An introduction to quantum Monte Carlo methods / Tao Pang Understanding wine chemistry / by Andrew L. Waterhouse, University of California, Department of Viticulture and Enology, Davis, CA, USA, Gavin L. Sacks, Cornell University, Department of Food Science, Ithaca, USA, David W. Jeffery, The University of Adelaide, Department of Wine and Food Science, SA, Australia