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Family Chemistry

Accessing articles and videos

You may need a login and password to access the articles and videos posted here. Click on the passwords button at the top of the page for a list of database passwords.
 

If you need the password for the passwords page, please contact a librarian.

Where can I find information?

Once you've pinpointed a few items or substances in your story, use these sites to help you figure out what chemical compounds are in them. Try searching for your substance in a database, or checking out some of the links below.

Need help? Ask a Librarian! The librarians can guide you to the best online resources, help with citations, and more. You can email us at nshslibrary@newton.k12.ma.us, send us a message on Schoology (NSHSLibrary) or schedule a research appointment with a librarian.

Websites
Databases

In the databases, use the search features to look for articles. The databases may have articles specifically covering your chemical compound, or your compound may be mentioned in articles about other topics. Keep scrolling to find more articles! Check multiple databases and sources for information.

The websites listed can also help you find information about your compound, including chemical structures, medical uses and more. They may give you links to other sites for more information.

Need help? Ask a Librarian! The librarians can guide you to the best online resources, help with citations, and more. You can email us at nshslibrary@newton.k12.ma.us, send us a message on Schoology (NSHSLibrary) or schedule a research appointment with a librarian.

 

Databases
Websites

How to use this Guide

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