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Information exchange is of primary importance in any scientific discipline but particularly so in such an information‐rich domain as chemistry. Chemists have developed a language of their own for representing information which is essentially graphical in nature: structure diagrams and reaction...
This paper is to give an overview of freely available subject services providing information for chemists on the Internet. An attempt is made to differentiate between portals and other kinds of resources encountered on the Web. A definition of portals is given. Subject collections of general...
Chemists communicate in structures. The nature of information available to chemists therefore has to take this into account. With the migration from print to electronic publication nearly complete, the Internet offers the chemical information user many advantages. Journal articles are accessible...
Scientific information is more and more buried in the proliferation of commercial sites on the Internet. This means that valuable chemistry sites and chemical databases are difficult to find. In this paper some databases selected by the authors are introduced. These sites can be divided into...
Reviews the extent of Internet utilisation in Jordanian university libraries. Discusses: its use, benefits, services, and applications; the effect on acquisitions, the libraries' organisational structure, administration, cost, and services; problems and solutions. The study investigated 13...
In one of the written versions of netiquette, the first rule is "remember the human". This is intended to encourage more tolerant and considerate behaviour amongst Internet users. It could also be taken as a reminder to librarians that they should not let the attractions of new technology cause...
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