Collection of 8000+ handbooks and databases for chemistry and engineering, including a large number property data sources. From Material Property Search, enter your material/substance, then browse and select from the list of available properties grouped by category (electrical, mechanical, thermal/thermodynamic, etc.). Data is presented in interactive, downloadable tables, and in some cases interactive graphs. For chemicals, there's also the Open Chemicals Materials Search, NIST's database of thermodynamic data for 27,000 compounds. Click more to see some of the key titles.
Key databases include: DIPPR Project 801 (physical, thermodynamic, and transport properties for 2100 industrially important chemicals) -- Knovel Solvents: A Property Database -- Knovel Critical Tables -- Yaws' Handbook series, including Yaws' Critical Property Data for Chemical Engineers and Chemists -- DECHEMA Corrosion Handbook -- ASM International Handbooks -- Metallic Materials Properties Development and Standardization -- Alloy Databases (Aluminum, Titanium, Magnesium) -- Knovel Optical and Filter Glass Database -- Properties of Polymers -- MatWeb Material Data Sheets (Metal, Plastic, Composite).