e-EROS, the online version of the critically acclaimed Encyclopedia of Reagents for Organic Synthesis. e-EROS has been designed and developed by chemists for chemists to enable the user to find the most suitable reagent for performing particular reactions. A variety of searching options are available that mirror the way chemists think. Searching can be conducted in both query text and structure driven modes.
Archive for May, 2008
Visual Resources: An International Journal of Documentation is devoted to the study of images and their uses. While images of architecture and works of art constitute its main focus, it also includes other subjects and contexts in a wide range of formats. Its scope delves into the past and looks toward the future, revealing how images have influenced the perception of art and how the interpretation of images conditions and enhances academic disciplines such as archaeology, history, and particularly art and architectural history.
Bridge Structures – Assessment, Design and Construction – aims to present the transformation of theoretical knowledge into guidelines and specifications that are compliant with the technical constraints of bridge engineering design.
The Roeper Review is a quarterly journal published by the Roeper Institute. Its mission is to publish thought-provoking, informative articles that deal with research, observation, experience, theory and practice as they relate to the growth, emotions, and education of gifted and talented learners and to the cultures in which they live.
Vierteljahresschrift zur Erforschung des Spätmittelalters und der frühen Neuzeit.
(Access to this resource is restricted to the Evanston campus.)
Journal of K-Theory is concerned with developments and applications of ideas and methodologies called K-theory. They have their origin in the work of Alexander Grothendieck in algebraic geometry. Subsequently they have taken hold in various areas of topology, algebra, and analysis and in recent times have contributed to the establishment of noncommutative geometry.
Australian Historical Studies deals with all aspects of the Australian past in all its forms – heritage and conservation, archaeology, visual display in museums and galleries, oral history, family history and histories of place.
Also known as Academia Sinica. Scipta Sinica, in Taiwan, is the largest full-text database for the study of pre-modern China. It has detailed original texts of nearly 300 multi-volume sets containing thousands of titles in first hand sources up to 220,000,000 Chinese characters.
Also know as the Grand Secretariat Archive. This database provides keyword (responsible official, title, matter, document number) searching and full text images of over 300,000 documents from the Qing dynasty Grand Secretariat archives held in Taiwan by the Institute of History and Philology.
Chronicles the history, development and current status of the world’s most lucrative and high profile industries. Each entry covers size and economic/social impact of the industry; its organization and structure; its history and development; major countries and companies involved (including rankings); size and nature of the work force; and research.