Books and journals in the Main Library
Books can be found in the reading room on the 1st floor under the shelf marks 20/VA … to 20/VX …
Journals can be found under the shelf marks 21/VA ...
You will find study-relevant literature under the shelf marks 24/Chem ...
General plan: 2nd floor (PDF, 306 KB)
Books and journals in the Departmental Library for Chemistry and Pharmacy
Books can be found under shelf marks 600/...
Journals are arranged alphabetically on designated shelves. New issues can be found in the current periodicals display.
General plan (PDF, 181 KB)
Literature search tips are summarised on a separate page.
The most important databases for chemists and pharmacists are Science Citation Index Expanded, SciFinder and PubMed.
Science Citation Index Expanded allows you to search the reference lists of publications containing related articles.
In SciFinder-n you can search for structures and reactions directly.
PubMed is the most comprehensive medical database; in addition to purely medical information, it also contains information relevant to pharmacy.