Reaxys is essentially the Web version of CrossFire/Beilstein and Gmelin handbooks; it also includes the Chemistry Patent Database.
Like its predecessors, it is a comprehensive database comprised of substance, reaction and citation information.
Reaxys replaced CrossFire as of January 1, 2011.
Sun Microsystems Java Version 5.0 or later (also known as Java Runtime Environment (JRE) Version 1.5.0)
All browsers and OSs supported, and release information (from Reaxys/Elsevier)
Reaxys structure editors
ChemAxon MarvinSketch is the default editor. Reaxys also supports Crossfire Structure Editor, Symyx Draw, Symyx ISIS/Draw, and CS ChemDraw.
To change the structure editor, sign up for an account and change the editor under the "My Settings" tab.
If you are going to use Crossfire Structure Editor, Symyx Draw, Symyx ISIS/Draw, or CS ChemDraw, you will need to download a plugin. Directions are available where you choose your structure editor.
Reaxys and RefWorks
RefWorks is cancelled as of Dec. 31, 2016. See http://libguides.ucalgary.ca/citationtools for alternatives.
To export from Reaxys to RefWorks: 1. Save your references as a text file to your computer 2. In RefWorks, go to References --> Import. Then: Choose RIS Format (Import filter/data source) Choose Beilstein (Database) Then import the text file from your computer.
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