More books on chemistry can be found on the fourth floor, in section QD.
|Chemical Elements: From Carbon to Krypton
||REF QD 466. N 464 1999
|Dictionary of Chemistry
|Kirk-Othmer Concise Encyclopedia of Chemical Technology
||REF TP 9. K 54 2007
|Lange's Handbook of Chemistry
||REF QD 65. L 36 2005
|McGraw-Hill Encyclopedia of Chemistry
||REF QD 5. M 36 1993
|Macmillan Encyclopedia of Chemistry
||REF QD 4. M 33 1997
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