Articles & Databases : Chemistry
This database covers many subjects and provides full text for more than 4,600 journals, including nearly 3,900 academic (peer-reviewed) titles.
An online encyclopedia of science and technology.
Abstracts and full-text articles from journals in the biological sciences.
Topics include Humanities and Social Sciences, Business and Economics, Science and Mathematics and Health and Medicine.
A one-stop source for popular, scholarly, and trade publications in all formats: newspaper, magazine, journal, and newsletter, etc.
Google Scholar searches specifically for scholarly literature - peer-reviewed papers, theses, books, preprints, etc. Some of the search results are available in full-text but many display only links to pay-for-document delivery services. In many cases you may have access to the complete documents through the CSM library. When using Google Scholar on your own computer, make sure that "Library Links" in Scholar Preferences
are set to "College of San Mateo - Full-Text @ CSM".
A division of the Stanford University Libraries, HighWire Press hosts a large repository of
peer-reviewed content, much of it available for free. Free content is clearly marked in search results. Also, a listing of their free titles can be found here
JSTOR provides a full text archive of articles from scholarly journals in many disciplines (Art, Business, Humanities, Sciences, Social Sciences and more).
A database containing full text articles of general interest to the public. Includes reference books, primary source documents, and an image collection with photos, maps, and flags.
Provides authoritative medical information on medicine, nursing, dentistry, the health care system, and much more. Created by the National Library of Medicine.
ProQuest Research Library's 3500 full text periodicals - scholarly, trade and popular – cover subjects from business and political science to literature and psychology.
Science in Context provides detailed coverage of popular subjects from earth science and life science, to space, technology, mathematics and science history. Sources include Gale Encyclopedia of Science, Chemical Elements, Science in Dispute and Macmillan Science Library.