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Library of Congress Classification System

Books and journals are arranged on our shelves according to the Library of Congress (LC) classification system. Using this system, each book or journal is assigned an alphanumeric call number based on its subject focus. This call number uniquely identifies the item and places it on our shelves near other material on the same subject.

Use the major classification headings in the next section as a basic guide to browse shelves on the 3rd floor in the Thomas G. Carpenter Library.

To find specific subjects, search OneSearch using Keywords as your search type. Then, identify the call numbers for relevant books from your search and browse for other books near these call numbers.

If you have difficulty locating items on the shelves or have other questions, please ask at the Information Desk.

Each of the linked Library of Congress Subject Headings below will execute a subject heading search in the catalog.  After completing your initial catalog search, be sure to look on the left side of the screen for other subject heading ideas and limiters through which you may target your search.

Chemistry Classifications

QD

Sometimes you can find what you need by browsing the shelves.  You can find books on the following chemistry topics under these call numbers on the 3rd floor.  However, remember that there are many new chemistry ebooks, too.  
LC Classification Areas:
  • QD1-999 Chemistry
  • QD1-65 General  (Including alchemy)
  • 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
 

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