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It permits author and topic searches of chemistry literature back to 1907, and table of contents browsing. It includes links to the fulltext of patents and articles for selected publishers (typically requires a current Library subscription to the journal). In addition to topic and author searches, searching is by chemical name, structure, reactions, formulas, or CAS Registry numbers. It includes:
The web version includes many of the same features enabled in the client/server version, and provides these new capabilities: save answer sets on server, export answer sets as .pdf, navigate to stages of your search using breadcrumbs, generate and view Keep Me Posted results about updated searches (new for academic users), analyze answer set automatically, analyze substances by substance role, elements, reaction availability, or commercial availability, limit substance refine by the absence of commercially available substances, and create new answer set using selective keep/remove.
|Subjects||Organic and inorganic chemistry|
|Coverage||Chemical Abstracts & CAS REGISTRY: 1907 - present; CASREACT: 1840 - present|
|Publisher||American Chemical Society (ACS)|
|Vendor||CAS(Chemical Abstracts Service), a division of the American Chemical Society (ACS)|
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