Databases

Search or browse for databases across all subject areas. Databases are collections of scholarly resources, such as articles, journals, videos, images, primary source materials, and more. We also recommend using Omni, our academic search tool, to quickly find individual titles across the library's collection.

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SciFinder
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Search for chemistry literature, patents, and data. SciFinder is the largest chemical information database, providing access to journal articles, patents, and data about chemical substances. Bibliographic information...
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Scopus
A multidisciplinary abstract and citation database covering over 19,000 titles, including 18,000 peer-reviewed journals (including 1,800 Open Access journals), 400 trade publications, and 300 book series. Also includes... Connect
Borealis
An open data repository for Canadian universities. Find open datasets from research projects by institutions across Canada, including the University of Windsor. For comprehensive data resources visit the Academic Data... Connect
ChemSpider
A free chemical structure database that mines the web for chemical property data. A secondary source of properties, ChemSpider provides well-referenced basic properties, experimental properties and predicted properties... Connect
Google Scholar
Leddy Library has registered its holdings with Google Scholar. Google Scholar indexes the scholarly press and university websites and with this link, adds "Get It!" for locally licensed content.For more... Connect
Knovel Engineering and Science e-books
This electronic book collection includes over 3,000 reference works from over 90 technical publishers and professional societies including AIAA, AIChE, ASME and NACE. The collection covers the following subject areas:... Connect
Materials Science Index (METADEX)
Literature on metallurgy, ceramics, polymers, and composites used in engineering applications. In-depth coverage from raw materials and refining through processing, welding and fabrication to end uses, corrosion,... Connect
NIST Chemistry WebBook
Carefully curated property data on a large number of organic compounds, and a few common inorganic compounds. Included data are thermochemical, thermodynamic, gas phase ion and spectral data. This free chemical property... Connect
PubChem
PubChem is an open chemistry database produced by the US National Library of Medicine. PubChem mostly contains small molecules, but also larger molecules such as nucleotides, carbohydrates, lipids, peptides, and... Connect
re3data.org
re3data.org is a registry of research data repositories. Use this website to find general, subject-specific, and country-specific web repositories for research data. For comprehensive data resources visit the Academic... Connect
Royal Society of Chemistry Publishing
The Royal Society of Chemistry publishes 46 peer-reviewed journals and around 2,000 book titles. The portfolio covers the core chemical sciences including related fields such as biology, biophysics, energy and... Connect
SciFinder
Registration is required before use. See description for more info.
Search for chemistry literature, patents, and data. SciFinder is the largest chemical information database, providing access to journal articles, patents, and data about chemical substances. Bibliographic information...
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Scopus
A multidisciplinary abstract and citation database covering over 19,000 titles, including 18,000 peer-reviewed journals (including 1,800 Open Access journals), 400 trade publications, and 300 book series. Also includes... Connect
University of Windsor Thesis and Dissertation Collection
Access thousands of digitized theses and dissertations from the University of Windsor, with new materials being added each semester.The University of Windsor is a comprehensive university with 54 Masters and Doctoral... Connect
Web of Science
Consists of three citation indexes: Science Citation Index Expanded (1965-), Art & Humanities Citation Index (1975-), and Social Sciences Citation Index (1965-). Using Web of Science, researchers can: "... Connect
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