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Chemistry & Forensic Science: Databases

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Databases are large collections of electronic materials. You can use them to search for journal articles, ebooks, statistics,javascript:mctmp(0); newspaper articles and other resources for your assignments. 

Our Find Databases Tool allows you to browse for databases by subject or search for the name of a database. If you're unsure where to get started, we have selected a couple of Databases which are useful for Chemistry and Forensic Science.   

  • BIOSIS Previews  
    Covers area of Forensic Biology
  • ChemWatch  
    Chemical safety information including Materials Safety Data Sheets
  • CHEMnetBASE: A collection of chemistry reference databases from CRC Press, including Handbook of Chemistry and Physics.
  • FORENSICnetBASE:  
    Reference database covers Forensic Science and Criminal Justice.
  • MEDLINE (OVID) Online Tutorial
    Covers areas of Forensic Biology and Forensic Medicine.
  • SciFinder Scholar / New User Registration  Online Tutorials
    Covers areas of chemical engineering, industrial chemistry, materials science, biochemistry, pharmacology and medicine. The database also includes patents, conference papers, pre-prints, reviews and more.
  • TOXLINE (CSA)
    Offers access to information in all areas of toxicology, including chemicals and pharmaceuticals, pesticides, environmental pollutants, and mutagens and teratogens.
  • Web of Knowledge(ISI)  Online Tutorial 
    An index database provided by Thomson Scientific. It provides access to many databases and other resources: Web of Science, ISI Proceedings, Current Contents Connect,  Journal Citation Reports.
Databases of police and criminal justice