There is a copy of the 62nd edition of the CRC Handbook of Chemistry and Physics in the Librarian Office (EV 368).
Or, in the library:
Enter your search term in the search box in the upper right hand corner. In this example we have search for "sodium chloride" since we want both terms to appear in that order in our results. A search for sodium chloride (no quotation marks) would have returned results that have both sodium and chloride somewhere in them.
In addition to searching the CRC Handbook using a text search you can search by chemical structure of by chemical property. To do so click on the link below the search box on the upper right hand side of the CRC Handbook screen.
To search by chemical structure click on the search box (1) and draw the appropriate structure (for more instructions on how to use the structure search interface scroll down this page). Make certain that you have selected the correct type of search (2) before hitting the search button located below the chemical properties search box.
You can also search by property. For further description of how the search terms in each box click on the hint () button for more information. You should also note how you are connecting together your structure and property search terms (see 1 in the above image).
This screen is accessed by clicking on the chemical structure search, then on the box below "click to add or edit structure."
In the area of the screen shot labeled:
These are the options available when you click on "+Add Another Property" when searching by chemical properties.
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