Major reference work extensively covering the structure, properties, processing, performance, and evaluation of metals and nonmetallic engineering materials. Include the 30-volume ASM Handbook series, the Engineered Materials Handbook Desk Edition and the Metals Handbook Desk Edition. [Years vary, from 2019 to a few in the late 1980s; ASM updating ~2 volumes/year]
Standard handbook of property data for metals, glasses, polymers, composites, and semiconductors. Properties group by material, while the 3rd edition of the handbook groups the data by properties (electrical, mechanical, kinetic, etc).
Full list of the IUPAC-NIST Solubility Data Series. Volumes 1-19, 39-65 are single PDFs. Volumes 20-38 are PDFs split into sections. Volumes 66 to present link out to issues in Journal of Physical and Chemical Reference Data. 18 of the volumes are searchable, either here or through the link below. [Last volume published 2017]
Searchable database of 18 volumes of the NIST-IUPAC Solubility Data Series (click More to see which volumes). Search by substances or systems to find solubilities and associated references. [Last volume published in 2002]
Solubility Data Series
Volume 20. Halogenated Benzenes, Toluenes and Phenols with Water
Volume 37. Hydrocarbons in Water and Seawater, Part I
Volume 38. Hydrocarbons in Water and Seawater, Part II
Volume 57. Ethene
Volume 58. Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons: Binary Non-aqueous Systems, Part I Solutes A-E
Volume 59. Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons: Binary Non-aqueous Systems, Part II Solutes F-Z
Volume 60. Halogenated Methanes with Water
Volume 62. Carbon Dioxide in Water and Aqueous Electrolyte Solutions
Volume 66. Ammonium Phosphates
Volume 67. Halogenated Ethanes and Ethenes with Water
Volume 68. Halogenated Aliphatic Compounds C3-C14 with Water
Volume 69. Ternary Alcohol-Hydrocarbon-Water Systems
Volume 70. Solubility of Gases in Glassy Polymers
Volume 71. Nitromethane with Water or Organic Solvents
Volume 72. Nitromethane with Water or Organic Solvents: Ternary and Quaternary Systems
Volume 73. Metal and Ammonium Formate Systems
Volume 77. Nitroalkanes with Water or Organic Solvents: Binary and Multicomponent Systems
Volume 78. Acetonitrile Binary Systems
IUPAC Stability Constants Database (SC-Database)
(Installed on the standalone workstation near the research advisory desk, Geisel 1 West)
Database of stability constants from the journal literature, including those covered in Stability Constants of Metal-Ion Complexes. Searchable by ligand (formula, name, fraction of name, structure fragment, ligand class), metal ion, author, reference, method, medium, or any combination thereof. [Literature coverage through ____]
Journal of "critically evaluated physical and chemical property data, fully documented as to the original sources and the criteria used for evaluation, preferably with uncertainty analysis." Search across the journal by properties and/or compounds.
Properties database, with data sheets for more than 135,000 engineering materials: metals, polymers, ceramics, composites, and more. Free to search and use, with an option to register for added functionality.
Data for radiative transitions and energy levels in atoms and atomic ions. Data are included for observed transitions and energy levels of most of the known chemical elements. You can search by lines (spectral lines and associated energy levels displayed in wavelength order) or levels (energy levels of a particular atom or ion displayed in order of energy above the ground state.)
Evaluated materials property data for a wide range of advanced ceramics, covering the major series of compounds derived from the ceramic oxide, carbide, nitride, boride, and oxynitride chemical families. [Last updated in 2002]
Database of over 28,500 relevant, critically-evaluated phase diagrams with commentaries for inorganic compounds (ceramics and glasses). You can view the diagrams and associated commentaries, and download a Phase Equilibria Diagram viewer to digitize and manipulate the diagrams. If you begin on the "Welcome" page, make sure you download the PED viewer and click "Start Seaching."