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The Sundback Legacy

Resources for the study of Chemistry at Allegheny are largely supported through gifts from the Sundback family, honoring Gideon Sundback.

 

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Databases

  • ACS (American Chemical Society Publications)
    Subject: Chemistry
    Contains: Full text articles from all ACS journals
    Coverage: 1889 to present
  • CRC Handbook of Chemistry and Physics
    Subjects: Data for Chemistry and Physics
    Contains: Data, articles, bibliographies, editorials and reviews.
  • Web of Science
    Subjects: Sciences, Humanities, Social Sciences
    Contains: Citations and abstracts. Citation mapping
    Coverage: 1990 to Present
  • SciFinder
    Subject: Chemistry, biomedical sciences, engineering, materials science, agricultural science, etc.
    Contains:
  • General Science (Abstracts &) Full Text
    Subject: Sciences
    Contains: Citations with abstracts to English language journal articles. Some full text articles available from 1995-.
    Coverage dates: 1984-present
  • Illustrata: Natural Sciences (ProQuest)
    Subjects: All Sciences
    Contains: Full text of tables, figures, graphs, charts and other illustrations from scientific journals
    Coverage: 1997 - Current
  • ScienceDirect
    Subjects: Science, technology, and medicine
    Contains: Full text journal articles from Elsevier and related publishers. Citations to some excluded journal articles (order from Interlibrary Loan)
    Coverage: varies
  • Springer Link
    Subjects: Primarily science with some social sciences and humanities.
    Contains: Full text journal articles and 3,000+ books published by Springer. Some citations do not have full text - order from Interlibrary loan.
    Coverage: varies

Websites

  • Common Chemistry
    From Chemical Abstracts Service, a free look-up for CAS Registry Numbers of approximately 7,800 chemicals of widespread general public interest.
  • Meta-Synthesis
    Scientific publishing house offering books, poster, databases, multimedia materials, web books, seminars, and short courses that attempt to explain and demystify chemical reaction science.
  • Web Elements
    Periodic Table on the Web.
  • IUPAC (International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry)
    Serves to advance the worldwide aspects of the chemical sciences and to contribute to the application of chemistry in the service of mankind. IUPAC can address many global issues involving the chemical sciences.
  • Links for Chemists
    Includes an extensive, well organized, frequently updated list of chemistry links, including links to university chemistry departments, companies, information, literature, and more.
 

iScienceSearch: Search Engine for Biologists and Chemists

iScienceSearch

Search the internet by structure

iScienceSearch is an  Internet search tool for scientists that want to search for chemical data on the Internet - it makes a federated search over many scientific databases on the Internet.

  • Search the Internet by structure!
  • Find structures for synonyms!
  • Submit several compound in one search - use SDFiles.
  • Find biological effects of a compound.
  • Get access to information that was until recently a very costly service.


 iScienceSearch allows searching the Internet by structure, synonym, CAS Registry Number and free text. In the background, we return structure, names and CAS Registry Numbers* within seconds.  A search by name can automatically invoke another search by structure and/or CAS Registry, or any combination of these. iScienceSearch presently searches more than 60 free chemical and pharma relevant databases  -- containing more than 100 million pages which associate chemical structures with data.

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