The USA Libraries subscribe to several subscription e-book collections. These collections tend to focus on a specific discipline or field of study in their coverage.
To find books and government documents in USA Libraries' collections, use SOUTHcat: USA Libraries' Catalog.
Below are some suggested search terms to use when searching the SOUTHcat catalog or library databases. Search techniques may vary with each databases, so look at help screens or ask a librarian for suggestions about using quotation marks and truncation symbols.
Leave out the word "and" when doing a single keyword searches on SOUTHcat, since "and" is automatically added between words if the phrase is not in quotes. Put phrases in quotation marks to search as a phrase. Use ? as a truncation or wildcard symbol in the catalog. SOUTHcat will ignore internal punctuation in a word, for example: ching will find ch'ing.
|chemistry inorganic||atom? and chemistry|
|biochemistry||carbon? and chemistry|
|chemistry analytical||molecule? and chemistry|
|chemical oceanography||polymer? and chemistry|
|chemistry physical||newton and chemistry|
|spectrum analysis||(marine or water) and (chemistry or chemical?)|
|nuclear chemistry||chemical? and (hazard? or toxic)|
|polymers||food and (chemistry or chemical?)|
Part of Google's library-scanning project. Only books in the public domain are shown in full text. Others may have just a citation or show selected pages from the book. Remember, you can check SOUTHcat to see if we have a book you find in Google Books if the full text is not available.