Provides online full-text access to journals published by the American Chemical Society contained in two databases: ACS Web Editions and ACS Journal Archives.
Indexing and abstracts from 1983 to the present for nearly 800 core English-language, scientific and technical publications.
Online, digital version of the print handbook of the same title. Searchable across tables and chapters, this resource provides access to physical science data, and physical property data of common compounds, both inorganic and organic. (Restricted to 2 simultaneous users.)
A web search engine that provides a way to search the scholarly literature including articles, theses, books, abstracts, and court opinions. Sources include academic publishers, professional societies, online repositories, universities, and other web sites.
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Databases of U.S. patents, including patent grants (full text since 1976, full-page images since 1790) and patent applications (published since 15 March 2001). To view the patent images, a plug-in is required. For links to free TIFF plug-ins, please click here.
Journal citations and abstracts collected from the life sciences literature from 1947 to the present. Over 4,800 journals are indexed in the areas of clinical medicine, biomedicine, and health care.
The online version of Science Citation Index has been incorporated into the Web of Science database.
Provides citation access to books and over 2,000 journals published by Elsevier in the following disciplines: science, technology, medicine, and social sciences. Full-text content is available to most of the journal titles 1995 to the present.
SciFinder-n is the new SciFinder platform, which changed in 2021. It is a comprehensive database for the chemical literature, searchable by topic, author, substances by name or CAS Registry Number, OR by using the editor to draw chemical structures, substructures, or reactions. It is a core research tool for chemistry, biochemistry, chemical engineering, materials science, nanotechnology, physics, environmental science and other science and engineering disciplines. Registration is required. NOTE: If you have an active SciFinder registration, it is not necessary to register again for SciFinder-n; the same username will work for both products. For guides and tutorials, see SciFinder-n Training the Materials.
Provides online full-text access to journal titles from 1997 to 2016 (except for a small number of titles which are current) and to books published from 2005 to 2011. Published content is predominantly in the sciences, medicine, technology, business and economics.