Science & Technology
Our highlights of databases in Science and Technology
Anorganik Online offers German content to all aspects of inorganic chemistry, including basics such as acid-base chemistry or stoichiometry, as well as quickly developing research fields like bioinorganic chemistry, materials sciences, or organometallic chemistry.
The detailed topical structure and the interactive periodic table creates an indispensible resource for students with a minor or major in inorganic chemistry.
Energy Online offers a parallel access to energy-related topics across multiple sources. Making it a relevant and powerful reference tool for students, academics and researchers.
Based on the whole content of De Gruyter books and journal articles that cover energy topics it also includes content from the fields of politics, economics and architecture, organized by subject area and by keywords.
IUPAC Standards Online is built from IUPAC’s standards and recommendations, extracted from the journal Pure and Applied Chemistry (PAC).
This e-resource contains definitions of terms, standard values, procedures, rules for naming compounds and materials, names and properties of elements in the periodic table, and many more.
Nano Online offers a comprehensive coverage of the subject area nano science and technology.
This database allows easy access to research results from all disciplines active in this area – including physics, chemistry and materials science as well as engineering and medicine.
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