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In the Library of Congress classification system used by the Whitworth Library, chemistry books in both the main collection and reference (non-circulating) collection are shelved under call numbers beginning with these letters:

QD1 - 65
General Chemistry
QD71-142
Analytical chemistry
QD146-197
Inorganic chemistry
QD241-441
Organic chemistry
QD415-436
Biochemistry
QD450-801
Physical and theoretical chemistry
QD625-655
Radiation chemistry
QD701-731
Photochemistry
QD901-999
Crystallography

To search for both print books and e-books owned by the library, use the Library Catalog tab above.  E-books can also be found via the Electronic Books tab above.

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