Excellent compilation of "Frequently Asked Questions" about SciFinder from Univ of Texas-Austin Libraries. Overall great resource, but Drew users should ignore information specific to UT-Austin users.
Science Reference Librarian
Tel: 973-408- 3483
- View the video below for details about searching for a specific topic.
- The video provided on this page shows how to do reaction searching.
- View the video provided for details about how to begin a polymer search.
- View the video provided for easy to follow instructions about how to begin a structure search with the drawing editor. Don’t want to draw it? Use a structure from a different drawing application or start with a CAS Registry Number to automatically draw it.
- Video below demonstrates how to save and combine answer sets.
This tool provides a flexible whiteboard-like workspace where you can save and organize information from SciFinder substance, reaction, and bibliographic records. Use this tool to explore the chemistry of reactions, link substances to reactions, manipulate reactions from selected references, and share with others.
- Search references by topic, scientist or company of interest,
- Search for information on a substance of interest, including nomenclature, molecular formula and properties
* QR code technology requires a smartphone with a QR code reader. SciFinder access requires a username and password.