The mission of the Chemistry Department is to educate students to think independently and critically, while applying chemical concepts and principles to better understand the scientific world. Students are encouraged to ask difficult questions, solve problems, learn new skills, and evolve into conscientious global citizens.
American Chemical Society (ACS)
Minor in Chemistry
3: Instructional Support (see description of collecting levels)
Wiley, American Chemical Society, Oxford University Press, CRC Press
2009 - present
monographs, handbooks, dictionaries, encyclopedias, anthologies, videos; textbooks may be considered for information not readily obtainable elsewhere
The Chemistry Department serves as a resource for area K-12 science teachers.
|Call # Ranges||Subject||Collection Level|
|QD 1-23.1||Chemistry, general||3|
|QD 71-142||Analytical chemistry (wet methods, electroanalytical, other instrumental methods)||3|
|QD 146-197||Inorganic Chemistry||3|
|QD 241-441||Organic Chemistry||3|
|QD 450-731||Physical and Theoretical Chemistry (quantum chemistry, electrochemistry, radiochemistry, photochemistry)||3|
|QP 1-340||Physiology. Biochemistry. General. (biochemical genetics, metabolism, biomolecules)||3|
|QP 501-801||Animal Biochemistry||2|
Ross Bowron (Interim)
Dr. Fred Matthews
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