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Chemistry Resources: Articles in Periodicals and Journals

Find chemistry resources in Davis Library at the University of Rio Grande & Rio Grande Community College.

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4. Your Student ID Number is an "s" followed by your Student ID (Example: s300123456).

5. If you need a Library PIN: It is the last four digits of your Social Security Number (Example: 1234).

6. Under "Search Options": Select "Full Text" and/or "Scholarly" or "Peer Reviewed" if applicable.

Other Chemistry Related Databases

Selected Chemistry Related Periodicals in OhioLINK's EJournal Finder - Easy Online Browsing Through Professional Journals

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1. Select Institution: University of Rio Grande & Rio Grande Community College.

2. Enter Your First and Last Name.

3. Your Student ID Number is an "s" followed by your Student ID (Example: s300123456).

4. If you need a Library PIN: It is the last four digits of your Social Security Number (Example: 1234).

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Father of the Periodic Table

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