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Nanomaterials and Nanotechnologies


A screenshot of the Schaffer Library search box.

Click on the search box to go directly to Primo.

A screenshot of the Schaffer Library search box. This search box provides connections to library resources through Primo, databases, and journals.

Maps and wayfinding

Once you have the call number for a book, use the library's maps to find your items. Library website > About > Floor plans and maps

TIP: most scientific books are in the basement.

How do I find books ONLY?

You can either search for "library catalog only" (which is a quick way of finding books, but it's less accurate) or do a general search and filter to the Resource Type books (recommended)

Full-text books online

What call numbers feature nanotechnology?

It depends on the subtopic, but generally speaking, nanotechnology books are in the "T" section:


is the Library of Congress classification for nanotechnology books.

This puts the books next to other books about technology and engineering (but note: not chemistry or physics).