SciFinder-n is made up of several interconnected databases, which include:
• Journal articles, patents, conference papers, dissertations, and more from:
• • CAS references from 1907-present, plus selected content from 1800-1906
• • MEDLINE, references to journal articles in life sciences focusing on biomedicine, from the National Library of Medicine
• CAS Registry Substance records, many with property data, spectra, and other information.
• Organic reaction records
• Chemical Suppliers
• Regulatory Information|
Search options include: References (keywords, authors, concepts, citations), chemical Substances and organic Reactions, Suppliers, and Sequences.
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SciFinder-n is for Educational Use ONLY
Do not share your username/password
After the initial session, use the Library's link to access SciFinder-n
Lecture Notes 11-15 on SciFInder-n (UCSB Library)
From Chuck Huber's CHEM 184/284 (Chemical Literature) course guide. Includes tabs on SciFinder-n.
From the References results list where you have selected multiple references...
1. Select the Download icon at the top right of the SciFInder-n results list
2. In the Download ReferenceType popup box, File Type options, select Citation (.ris)
3. In File Name give it a name you'll recognize
4. Click Download
5. EITHER Save the file. Then in Zotero, go to File—>Import and select the file from your downloads
OR If a popup box appears, select Zotero to open the file in your Zotero Library
6. Check and edit the imported information in Zotero as necessary.