Resources to get started in materials science
Last Updated: Jul 27, 2016
Welcome. Materials science crosses the disciplines of physics, chemistry, and biology. Applications and research consider natural materials such as bone or silver as well as manufactured materials such as steel. If you have any questions or need further help do not hesitate to contact me. My contact information is displayed on the right side of the screen. Enjoy!
Your library ID and Pin are sometimes required in requesting non-Olin library resources. Your ID is the 16 digit number marked "LIB" on your Olin ID. Your Pin is the last 4 digits of this number.
- Endnote ($)
- Mendeley Help
- Scrivener ($)
Zotero is a research and citation management software environment built by the Center for History and New Media and George Mason University with funds from the Mellon Foundation & IMLS. Use Zotero to build bibliographies, automatically format citations into many citation formats, and much more.
- Zotero Help
How to install & use.
- ASM Handbooks Online
ASM International, the Materials Information Society, provides searchable access to Handbooks Online, currently 24 volumes plus 2 desk references.
- ASTM Digital Library
ASTM, originally known as the American Society for Testing & Materials, is a well known standards organization. The Digital Library contains the complete collection of ASTM standards as well as their journals, Special Technical Publications, and manuals.
- Knovel (Scientific & Engineering Handbooks)
Created for engineers by engineers to remove barriers to finding useful data, Knovel is an interactive online reference library.
- Massalski’s Binary Phase Diagrams
4,700 binary alloy phase diagrams with data, primary references, additional related citations. This is a physical book on the library collection; call number TN690 .B528 1990, volumes 1 - 3.
Call Number: TA403.2 .M56 2014
Publication Date: 2014-05-27
In Olin collection