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Good news for chemists: SciFinder is on the web
Released on August 23, 2010
Contact: Jen Ferguson, email@example.com, x64722, or Lois Widmer, firstname.lastname@example.org, x64720.
SciFinder, the key database for chemistry and related disciplines, is now web-accessible any time, anywhere.
Use SciFinder to explore chemical structures, research topics, and authors. SciFinder offers more than 18 million single- and multi-step reactions, over 2 billion predicted property values, greater than 3 million experimental properties, and 23.8 million predicted proton Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) spectra.
SciFinder also provides access to the CAS REGISTRY database - the original source and final authority for CAS Registry Numbers - as well as sequences combined from CAS and GenBank database, and patents.
Tutorials and search tips for this powerful resource are available here.
Members of the Brandeis community can self-register for SciFinder web , and then access SciFinder via Brandeis Scholar.