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CAS SciFinder-n is a comprehensive resource for chemical substance and reaction information. It indexes chemistry literature worldwide, including journal articles, patents, conference proceedings, theses and dissertations, technical reports, government documents, and more. It also covers chemical structures, reactions, chemical suppliers, biosequences, and experimental and predictive retrosynthetic analyses for known and novel substances. It also includes features to aid your research, such as relevance scoring, citation mapping, and touchscreen-enabled structure drawing. For help using CAS SciFinder-n, please see the Training Materials. For help registering for CAS SciFinder-n, please see Rutgers' Chemistry Research Guide.
This database is the electronic counterpart and continuation of the print publication Chemical Abstracts.
1907 - present.