When to Use SciFinder?
- If you are looking for journal articles, patents, conference proceedings on a topic
- For synthetic pathways
- For physical properties of substances (try the structure editor)
Who Should Use SciFinder?
- Chemists (organic, inorganic, physical)
- Chemical engineers
SciFinder Guides and System Help
SciFinder Web guides & training (CAS site)
University of Texas SciFinder Help & FAQ Excellent resource with many search tips (salts, polymers, language, refine, analyze, ...)
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Schedule of availability SciFinder is essentially available 24/7 with a few exceptions (for database maintenance)
SciFinder from Chemical Abstracts Service contains journal and patent literature (Chemical Abstracts) with references from 1907 - present, substance data (Registry), chemical reactions (CASREACT), chemical regulatory data (CHEMLIST), and chemical suppliers (CHEMCATS). It also contains the tables of contents of over 1700 journals. It is the online version of Chemical Abstracts.
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