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Chemical Engineering

Resources for Chemical Engineering

New! GIS Support at the Sexton Library

The Sexton Library is hosting a GIS Service pilot during the Winter 2019 term (Jan. 9th - Apr. 3rd, 2019). 

The Dalhousie Libraries’ GIS Analyst Jennifer Strang will be available to provide access to GIS support to both students and faculty members who require assistance with GIS questions.

Where: Reference and Research Desk, located in the Sexton Library lobby

When: Wednesday afternoons from 1:00pm - 4:00pm

GIS, or geographic information systems, use specialized software to map data spatially. If you’re unfamiliar with GIS, drop by the library on Wednesday afternoons to learn more about it!

Reference Shelf

Perry's Chemical Engineers' Handbook (8th Edition)

The world-famous classic provides you with unrivaled, state-of-the art coverage of all aspects of chemical engineering, from the fundamentals to details on computer applications and control. Definitive reference for chemical and process engineers.

Includes interactive tables with a featured equation plotter, and a graph digitizer. Data can also be imported into Excel.

New Books at the Sexton Library

New books are added to the Sexton Library's collection on an ongoing basis.

The following is a list of titles added over the previous month. 

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