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Frequently Used Resources for Materials Science
ASM Materials Information
Enables you to search for information on engineered materials, such as properties of metals and processes. Michigan Tech licenses access to: ASM Handbooks Online, ASM Alloy Center Online, ASM Alloy Phase Diagrams Center, ASM Micrographs Center and ASM Failure Analysis Center.
Materials Science & Engineering Collection (ProQuest)
Extensive collection of materials science and engineering resources Including METADEX. Full-text titles from international scholarly journals, trade and industry journals, magazines, technical reports, conference proceedings and government publications.
Web of Science
(1973-present) - Provides citation indexing, allowing researchers to find out who cited particular papers.
Search Library Holdings
Search for materials in the Van Pelt & Opie Library, and other libraries in Michigan and worldwide.
Google Scholar is freely available, but accessing it from this guide or from the library's website will enable HuskyFetch and make it easier for you to find full articles.
Multidisciplinary/interdisciplinary collection of journal articles, figures and tables, technical reports, conference proceedings, magazine articles and more.
Freely available government database with research and reports from government agencies.