Skip to main content
* UC Irvine access only

Chemistry: Tutorials and Online Teaching Aids

UC Irvine Chemistry has 44 faculty members, 215 graduate students, 50 postdoctoral fellows, and provide internationally-recognized programs in a friendly, informal setting; our annual research funding exceeds $10 million dollars.
URL: http://guides.lib.uci.edu/chemistry

Video

Science video training and demonstrations

Database Tutorials

Publishing 101

Videos from ACS on Publishing Your Resaerch

Episode 1: How to Write a Paper to Communicate Your Research (8:40)

Episode 2: Writing Your Cover Letter (6:49)

The video, entitled, “How to Write a Paper to Communicate your Research,” answers the following questions:

  • When should you begin to think about writing up your research for publication?
  • How do your students handle your approach of writing while you research?
  • How do new technologies help scientists communicate their work?
  • How many drafts does each paper undergo? Do you have your papers undergo an internal review?
  • Do authors need to be thinking of marketing their articles?
  • How concerned should I be about the title and abstract of my papers?

ACS Publications 101

A Virtual Issue of Editor Tips for Authors: Mastering the Art of Scientific Publication

http://pubs.acs.org/page/vi/art_of_scientific_publication.html

 

    JoVE Multimedia for Chemistry

    JoVE: Chemistry focuses on the methodology within chemistry and chemical preparation within multidisciplinary fields. The chemistry section welcomes articles about new methodologies and new twists on existing methodologies.


    The scope of this section includes but is not limited to:

    • Organic chemistry
    • Inorganic chemistry
    • Physical chemistry
    • Analytical chemistry
    • Biochemistry
    • Chemical biology
    • Molecular biology
    • Preparation, use, and analysis of novel materials and structures
    • Spectroscopic  techniques
    • Molecular self-assembly and recognition

    Tutorials

    How can I tell if a web site has good information?

    Help

    To get help with any of these databases, or if you have problems logging in contact:

    • Mitchell Brown
    • 230 Francisco J. Ayala Science Library
    • Office: 949-824-9732
    • mcbrown@uci.edu