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  • Scopus
    Multidisciplinary. Covers journals, quality web sources, and patents. Cited reference searching. Covers 1996 - present.
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    All engineering areas covered. Indexes 5,000 journals, conferences, and reports. Coverage 1884 - present.
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  • ONE Petro Edit/Delete Quick Stats
    Oil and gas exploration and production industry. Tech docs and journal articles.
  • SciFinder Edit/Delete Quick Stats
    All areas of chemistry including compound information. Includes Medline and Patents. Register for an account. Allows 6 users simultaneously so logout when finished. Coverage 1880's - present
  • Reaxys Edit/Delete Quick Stats
    Locate literature, reaction and substance data with synthesis planning in organic, organometallic, inorganic and physical chemistry.
  • PubMed Edit/Delete Quick Stats
    Medical literature including biomedical engineering, biotechnology. Indexes over 3,900 journals.
    Coverage:1950's -present

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