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The following are links to groups of e-book collections and to engineering-related handbooks available through the Libraries.
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CHEMnetBASE contains the electronic versions of several core chemistry handbooks which contain physical property data.
Elsevier Reference Works
Elsevier Reference Works on Science Direct is a collection of electronic encyclopedias providing comprehensive topical reviews in the basic and clinical biomedical sciences. Search all the contents at once, individually or browse the table of contents for each encyclopedic work. View chapters in preview mode or download them as a PDF. Link from cited sources within a chapter to the Scopus record, to cited by records in Scopus, or to the full text of many articles.
ENGnetBASE provides access to thousands of handbooks in civil, mechanical, electrical, industrial and mining engineering. The University of Manitoba Libraries only has full-text access to a selected number of books from this database. Please contact the Engineering Librarian if you would like to recommend a title for purchase.
Google Books is a huge repository of books and magazines. In many cases, access is restricted to certain percentage of the contents, but many older works are fully readable on the screen.
Please note: Due to publisher restrictions, some titles cannot be downloaded or printed.
Please note: Content of books published by Cambridge University Press are not available for offline mobile access via "My Knovel To Go" this includes printing and downloading of content.
Knovel is an online technical resource used by applied scientists and engineers to locate reliable technical information.
Access to 1961-2014 content only.
SpringerMaterials provides curated data and functionalities to support research in materials science, physics, chemistry, engineering, and other related fields. SpringerMaterials is based on the Landolt-Börnstein New Series, and also comprises the Dortmund Data Bank Software & Separation Technology, a Database on Thermophysical Properties and the Linus Pauling Files, a Database on Inorganic Solid Phases and chemical safety data.