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Chemistry 364: Getting Started

Instrumental Methods of Analysis
Chris Goh and Amnon Ortoll-Bloch
Fall 2020

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Introduction

Welcome to the CHEM 364 Library Resources page. Use this guide as a starting point for key resources to find information for your laboratory work, problem sets, presentations and independent projects, and to help you to evaluate and cite sources. Please feel free to schedule research appointments with me as needed, using the Schedule Appointment button in the Subject Librarian box. The Libraries are here to help! 

Getting Started

 

Do not forget to look at the websites for particular instrument manufacturers.  They will often post technical support and case studies which may detail experiments done with the equipment.

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