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Materials Science & Engineering Resources

Below are a few recommended databases. You can access all the databases UMCP subscribes to via Research Port

  • ACS Symposium Series
    High-quality, peer-reviewed books developed from the ACS technical divisions' symposia.
  • ASTM Compass
    Online access to ASTM standards.
  • Engineered Materials Abstracts
    Journal articles, technical reports, conference papers and more on properties and applications of polymers, ceramics and composites
  • Engineering Village
    Large, interdisciplinary engineering database containing abstracts and full text from journals, conference proceedings, and trade publications. (Coverage: 1893-present)
  • IEEE Xplore
    Full text access to IEEE journals, conference proceedings, and standards.
  • Materials Science Collection (ProQuest)
    Abstracts from journal articles, conference papers, patents and more on metals, metallurgy and materials science.
  • Phase Equilibria Diagrams Online
    Collaboration between NIST and ACeRS to provide high-quality phase diagram data to the technical community.
  • SciFinder Scholar
    Chemical reactions, predicted property values, experimental properties, and patent records. Includes searching by chemical structure. **Create an account using your email address.
  • Scopus
    Broad coverage science and social science database. Especially strong in health-related fields. Includes analytical tools.
  • Web of Science
    Broad coverage science database. Includes analytical tools.

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