Ryan Library Databases provide online access to countless articles and citations.
For Chemistry research, try these:
Log in with your PLNU network information to access these databases.
Many articles cited in a library database or in resources like PubMed and Google Scholar are available through Ryan Library, even if you can't link to them directly.
How to search:
1. Use the Journals Directory to search for the title of the journal in which the article was published; it will list any database with complete articles from that journal.
2. Use WorldCat, the library's catalog, to search for the title of the journal; it will indicate whether our library has hard copies of the journal.
3. Use PLNU's interlibrary loan service to place a request for articles not available through the library.
PubChem: PubChem is a publicly accessible database provided by NCBI at the National Institutes of Health. It allows users to search for chemical information using a variety of categories.
PubMed: PubMed connects users with scholarly biomedical information by providing citations for more than 25 million resources. It also offers a detailed tutorial to help users navigate its resources effectively.