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Getting Started!

Welcome to the CHEMISTRY Subject Guide!

This guide is designed to help you with research on topics in CHEMISTRY. If you need help, please contact me personally (see profile at right) or the Reference & Government Information desk at 417-836-4535.

To navigate the guide, use the tabs at the top to find different kinds of materials. 

 

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  • If not affiliated with MSU, please use this service only if your question concerns the university or some unique resource of the university or library.

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Acknowledgement

Special thanks to Charlotte Dugan who designed and constructed this Chemistry guide in its original form.

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