Our library recently inherited the many-volumed Gmelin Handbook of Inorganic Chemistry. I have to admit that I am relatively unfamiliar with this resource. The library has determined that there are "a couple ways" to organize it, and I have been asked to provide some intellectual guidance (pah). I've found some resources about this (http://library.buffalo.edu/asl/guides/gmelin.html), but I'm seeking input from those of you out there who might be able to provide some more direct insight. Thank you!