Skip to Main Content


Reference Sources

You can use reference books as background sources to get quick facts or information, or an overview of a subject. Some examples of reference sources are: dictionaries, encyclopedias, bibliographies, almanacs, directories, atlases, and handbooks.

Books with REF in the call number are located on the first floor. Books with GEN are on the second or third floors.


ACS Style Guide

QD 8.5 A25 2006 REF

CRC Handbook of Chemistry and Physics

QD 65 H3 2012/13 REF

Dictionary of Inorganic Compounds

QD 148 D53 1992 REF

Dictionary of Organic Compounds

QD 246 D5 1982 REF

Encyclopedia of Analytical Chemistry

QD 71.5 E52 2000 REF

Encyclopedia of Chemical Technology

TP 9 E685 2004 REF

Encyclopedia of Spectroscopy and Spectronomy

QD 95 E55 2000 REF

Inorganic Materials Chemistry Desk Reference

TP 200 S26 2005 REF

The Merck Index: An Encyclopedia of Chemicals, Drugs, and Biologicals

RS 51 M4 2013 REF