SciFinder searches the Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS) databases of chemistry and related fields. Contains articles, chemical data, spectra, and more. First time Scifinder Web users need to register for a web account on campus.
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•Provides access to scholarly citations in chemistry and related fields.
•Covers all the chemical literature. This is the database for chemists worldwide.
Citations for scholarly articles int he sciences, social sciences, and some arts and humanities. Great for finding heavily cited articles in the sciences, and can find articles citing known works or articles that cite a common article.
A reference source on chemical, drug, and biologicals information.
Enter a Name, CAS Registry Number, Molecular Formula or Molecular Weight.
To search for Molecular Formula, enclose in Brackets (e.g., [C3H6O]).
Molecular Weight can be input as a single value, or a range (e.g. 168.23 or 77-78)
Search by text, properties, weight range, use, or manufacturer.
A reference text with articles on chemical substances, including properties, manufacturing and uses.
•Contains many helpful navigation tools; articles can be browsed by an alphabetically organized subject list, or by the database's search feature. Also contains a handy acronym finder.
•Articles are full text.
•Subjects include, but are not limited to, Analytical Techniques, Biochemistry and Biotechnology, Chemical Reactions, Energy, Environmental Protection, Inorganic Chemicals, Materials, Organic Chemicals, Pharmaceuticals, Processes and Process Engineering, and Renewable Resources.