Cambridge Structural Database

Rutgers Restricted Access

Connection note

Access to Cambridge Structural Database is limited to current faculty or staff, and officially registered students. In order to utilize full features of the CSD, software downloads are required. If you would like to download this software for full functionality click here.

Note that the complete installation procedure will require approximately 30GB of free disk space. Once the installation is complete, you can save about 10GB of disk space by deleting the installer files. The final installation requires approximately 20GB when complete.

Alternate title

CSD, WebCSD

Description

The Cambridge Structural Database is a repository of highly curated small-molecule organic and metal-organic crystal structures, which may be viewed in 3-D. It contains close to 1 million entries from x-ray and neutron diffraction analyses, and is publishing approximately 50,000 additional structures per year. Deposited structures are validated and enhanced with bibliographic, chemical, and physical property information.

Help

Please e-mail support@ccdc.cam.ac.uk directly for help.

User tools and features

Support and resources are available at https://www.ccdc.cam.ac.uk/support-and-resources/

Dates covered

1972-present.

Updating frequency

Daily.

Sources

Structures derived from x-ray and neutron diffraction analyses are deposited from around the world.

Type of coverage

3-D organic and metal-organic structures, bibliographic citations, chemical and physical properties.

Producer/content provider

The Cambridge Crystallographic Data Centre (CCDC).

Vendor/electronic presentation provider

The Cambridge Crystallographic Data Centre (CCDC)


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