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Recommended Databases for Chemistry   Tags: biochemistry, chemical, chemistry  

Last Updated: Oct 31, 2014 URL: http://databases.library.duke.edu/chemistry Print Guide RSS Updates
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  • SciFinder
    The leading database in chemistry. Search for journal articles, patents, chemicals, and reactions. Before starting, create an account (see below).
  • SciFinder - Create an Account
    Create a SciFinder account using your @duke.edu email address. Create your account on-campus, but feel free to use SciFinder from anywhere.
  • Web of Science
    This multidisciplinary database offers great coverage of many disciplines and allows you to look at who is citing whom.
  • Scopus
    Another comprehensive scholarly database with citation mapping.
  • Reaxys
    Use this database to find reactions, and substance-related information from English-language organic chemistry and life science patents.
  • CHEMnetBASE (CRC Chemical Databases Online)
    Includes the CRC Handbook of Chemistry and Physics, which contains extensive property data for a large number of chemicals.

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