Modern art by prominent chemists
The primary index for the world's chemical literature
Summaries of presentations at American Chemical Society meetings
Something chemists used to use in the old days
Most journals are now available online for free for everyone.
Most journals are now available online to persons whose libraries are able to subscribe to them.
Most libraries still receive print copies of journals as well as the online versions.
Only recent years of most journals have been digitized.
All of the above
A specialized web search engine
The best and most advanced tool for searching the chemical literature
Available in Google Scholar
A ranking of science graduate programs
Peptides and proteins
Polymers and plastics
Organic and inorganic compounds
CRC Handbook of Chemistry and Physics
NIST Chemistry WebBook
Research group web pages
Year of publication
The Library Catalog
An index database
The CRC Handbook of Chemistry and Physics
They're useless because they're all online now.
There's no way to know what's in them.
They are important when an digital version isn't available.
None are printed anymore, so it's all just old stuff.
Most common name
The phone number of Chemical Abstracts Service
A unique identifer for a specific chemical substance as assigned by Chemical Abstracts Service
An excellent substitute for a chemical name in database searching
Both B and C
Reviews by critics after an article is published
Discussion of an article in the British House of Lords
Passing around a draft article for comments before submitting it to a journal
Evaluation of a submitted article by experts before it's accepted for publication
A foolproof way to prevent fraud in the scientific literature