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AccessEngineering is a McGraw-Hill engineering reference tool that provides seamless access to a collection of critical and regularly updated engineering reference information.This database can be explored by keyword searching and browsing. This tool also comprises dynamic online features, such as instructional videos, interactive tables and charts, as well as personalization tools allowing users to organize crucial project information as they work.
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Knovel is an extensive, searchable online library of full-text content from many different publishers, including reference handbooks, conference proceedings and databases, delivering trusted, accessible and relevant answers and insights to accelerate foundational engineering knowledge, build expertise in various subjects, and prepare for a career in engineering.
Knovel also provides tools to bring this content into your workflow, with tables and graphs that allow users to manipulate, analyze, and export data—and an extensive unit conversion tool.
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SciFinder-n is a collection of Chemical Abstract databases plus Medline. It contains over 168 million organic and inorganic substances, over 68 million biosequences, over 126 million reactions, over 1.2 million searchable Markush representations from 500,000 patents, over 25 million reference to the biomedical literature, 389,000 inventoried or regulated chemicals, and millions of commercially available products. This database can be explored by chemical substance or reaction, research topic, author name, document identifier, company name/organization, or by browsing.
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* Create a SciFinder username and password. You must use your Rose-Hulman e-mail address.
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