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Chemical Engineering + Chemistry: Books + eBooks

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Chemistry and Chemical Engineering eBooks are IP location based. The links should prompt you for your Kettering login credentials for full remote access. If you have any issues accessing, please email 

Chemistry reference books are in reference stack 2 and are also in the QD call number range, located on the left wall. Chemical Engineering reference books are in the TP call number range, also located on the left wall, reference stack 3. Reference items do not circulate. They are for in library use only. 

Chemistry books are in the QD call number range starting in stack 10-11. Chemical Engineering book are in the TP call number range in stack 14. When you enter the library, keep walking straight ahead to the stacks on the back wall. These items circulate for 180 days for faculty/staff and 30 days for students with the option to renew, unless another patron needs the item.


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