Excerpts from "Guidelines for your Element Paper":
Journal of the American Chemical Society Output Style:
Use the link below to download a Ryan Nelson sanctioned JACS output style file for Endnote.
To use this file:
Note: For this output style to create bibliographies with abbreviated journal titles, you must also import the chemistry-specific journal terms list. The simplest way to do this is to see either Pete Schlax or Chris Schiff in the library.
Top Chemical Journals
Sub-discipline Specific Chemistry Journals
General Chemistry Journals That May Have Relevant Content
Useful Resources in the Reference Stacks at Ladd Library:
Getting Started with SciFinder Scholar:
Use SciFinder for a quick search of chemical property data. In addition to property data, this search will provide the CAS registry number (CASRN) for the chemical or compound. This CASRN is a useful unique identifier that can also simplify using the other resources in this guide much easier. Note that Bates Faculty and Students are provided access to SciFinder via paid subscription and access requires users to set up an account and login.
Following login to SciFinder:
Online Chemical Structure and Virtual Modeling Tools
Online WikiText with Supporting Content from UC Davis:
Great Sources for Element Information Available on the Web: