8:11 AM, December 17, 2010

Effective December 10, 2010, Auburn University has migrated from the SciFinder Scholar database to the SciFinder Web database.

SciFinder Web is a Web-based Chemistry database that searches the same data as SciFinder Scholar.  First-time users must create a user name and password.

SciFinder Web is the most important database for Chemistry.  SciFinder Web covers articles, patents, book chapters, conference proceedings, and dissertations that have been indexed by Chemical Abstracts Service from 1907 to the present. Search by keyword, structure, reaction, chemical name or CAS Registry Number. SciFinder Web  indexes articles in the publications of many fields in addition to chemistry if they describe new chemistry. These fields include agriculture, biology, engineering, medicine, physics, textiles, and veterinary medicine.

Please use either of these access points below for more information about and access to SciFinder Web:

SciFinder Web or

Chemistry =. The links are prominent on the Chemistry LibGuide.

Please NOTE:  due to licensing restrictions, only SEVEN simultaneous users may have access to this database at one time.

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