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Finding Properties/Spectra for Known Substance
- (Str) = can search by chemical structure.
Print spectral resources
Swain Reference Books on Spectra
Spectral Resources - Selected Textbooks
Compounds, reactions, syntheses
- (Str) = can search by chemical structure
- (Rxn) = can search by drawing chemical reaction
Find Key Literature References
The Dictionary of Organic Compounds includes key literature references to spectra, crystallography, synthesis, and review papers.
Locating full-text from references:
Search the Two Largest Chemistry Databases
It is possible to search Reaxys and SciFinder by a chemical structure, reaction scheme, and bibliographic data. Reaxys is the largest handbook of physical property data and includes links to articles that contain spectra. SciFinder is the largest chemistry database and is compiling handbook type of information - properties and links to spectral diagrams - in the full display of chemical substance records.
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