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Database name SciFinder-n
Other database name SciFindern
  CAS (Chemical Abstracts Service)
  American Chemical Society
Description SciFinder-n is a comprehensive database of chemical reactions, substances, structures and indexed chemistry patents. Includes journal abstracts, patents and other literature references on all areas of science and its applications. It also contains detailed information on compounds and substances including their properties, reactions and full synthetic methods as well as protein and nucleotide sequences. A sophisticated Retrosynthesis Planner can also be found in SciFinder-n.
Access information Use your SciFinder Web LogIn ID and Password to access SciFinder-n. If you do not have a SciFinder login please follow the instructions below to register.
  NOTE: To use SciFinder you must register for a personal username & password using your or email address. The registration process must be completed using a computer with a University of Melbourne IP address. You need to be either on campus, or connected via the University's VPN, when you register. Once registered you may use SciFinder on or off campus via the link above.
  See the following for information about the VPN for staffand for students.
  1. Go to the SciFinder registration form
  2. Follow the instructions in the How to register to use SciFinderguide to complete the registration process.
User Support SciFinder-n video tutorials
Authorized Users University of Melbourne staff and students have access to this electronic resource.
Print Yes : for academic research, provided that at any one time no more than 5,000 records are stored by any individual.
Download Yes : for academic research, provided that at any one time no more than 5,000 records are stored by any individual.
E-Reserves/LMS No
Scholarly Sharing Yes : in a reasonable, limited way with other students or faculty at University of Melbourne who are working on the same research project.
Course Pack No
Walk-in users No
Interlibrary Loans No
Perpetual Access No
More information More information...  For an explanation of what these license terms mean click here