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Title: SciFinder Web Access

1. Please register for SciFinder Web Access. Learn more about the SciFinder user registration. (If you are off campus, you need to use your Seton Hall PirateNet/Email ID and password for initial login. This applies to List 2 below.)

2. Login SciFinder Web Access with your registered ID and password. One simultaneous access is available at a time. The access will expire if SciFinder is not in use for 10 minutes.

3. Please Ask-A-Librarian if you have a question. For technical support or help with log-in problems, contact SciFinder Customer Care at 800-753-4227, or email help@cas.org

4. The client version of SciFinder is no longer available on designated computers in the library effective April 10, 2009.

Description: SciFinder Scholar gives comprehensive coverage of all aspects of chemistry, as well as research in the biomedical sciences, engineering, materials science and agricultural science. It combines several Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS) databases, and gives references from more than 10,000 currently published journals and patents from more than 57 patent authorities

The new web version of SciFinder makes access to SciFinder even more essential to our scientists research process. Some of the new features include:

  • Direct links to data

  • Keep Me Posted enhancements
  • Improved search precision
  • Session history retention
  • Index term linking

Content at a Glance

  • More than 15 million single- and multi-step reactions

  • More than 1 billion predicted property values

  • More than 2 million experimental properties

  • The CAS REGISTRY database - the original source and final authority for CAS

  • Registry Numbers - updated daily

  • All patent records, meeting CAS selection criteria, from 9 of the major patent offices are available online within 2 days of the patents' issuance

  • Sequences combined from CAS and GenBank databases, which are indexed and linked to scientific journal and patent literature

Subjects: Science

Coverage: Full-Text/Abstract

Provider: CAS (Chemical Abstracts Service)