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Known throughout the world as the most comprehensive collection of analytical testing methods for fats and oils, American Oil Chemists’ Society [AOCS] Methods contains more than 450 methods. Searches can be performed by method number, keyword, analyte, industry, method title, or compound. Individual methods are delivered as a downloadable pdf.
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Community Care Inform Adults contains practice-related information for social work professionals working with vulnerable adults. This includes guidance to key pieces of legislation, articles and practice guides.
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Compiling 3 key German sources on Hitler in a single database, Hitler. Quellen 1924-45 gives online access to Hitler: Reden, Schriften, Anordnungen, Februar 1925 bis Januar 1933 and Hitler : Reden und Proklamationen, 1932-1945 (Max Domarus ed., 1962-1963) as well as documentation of Hitler’s trial for high treason in 1924. The source texts are in German, and this database can be searched by topic thanks to an integrated subject index; it is also searchable by date, place, name, and publication title.
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Provides authoritative research guides that combine the features of an annotated bibliography and encyclopedia.
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Provides peer-reviewed annotated bibliographies on the study of communication in an effort to understand the complex transmission and exchange of information, knowledge, and ideas.
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Oxford Bibliographies in Education offers authoritative research guides to current scholarship on topics in education, with original commentary and annotations by top scholars.
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Oxford Bibliographies in International Law is designed to provide authoritative guidance to the complex system of rules and principles meant to govern the relations between states and other institutional subjects.
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A quick, comprehensive source for exploring or staying current with the growing science of psychology.
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Oxford Bibliographies in Social Work provides a reliable and up-to-date place for students and researchers to start their research and keep abreast of new scholarly discoveries.
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Spark is a collection of authoritative texts on foundational and advanced topics in Chemistry, Industrial Chemistry, Materials Science and Physics. The topics are discussed on a level accessible to graduate students, connecting them to the forefront of research.
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