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  •  Scifinder-N   NEW

SciFinder-N provides access to the world's most comprehensive and authoritative source of references, substances and reactions in chemistry, chemical engineering, food, biomedicine and related sciences. The new database includes all content from the previous SciFinder version with new additional features. It contains the PatentPak modul, which can quickly localize chemical information within patents, and chemical reactions are documented in greater details.

If you have used Scifinder before, use your current SciFinder username and password to login.

New users will need to create an account. Please note that registrations only can be done from computers within the LU IP-range. You have to use a Lund University email address at the registration. Create an account

ACS information: FAQ — Quick start guide — How-to videos — Searching in SciFinder-N

Scifinder-N Find references using search terms 

Specialized databases
  • CSD – Cambridge Structural Database  This database can be used from a specific computer in the library at Kemicentrum.If you want to use the database at your office, please contact the library. Link to website.

•    ICSD – the Inorganic Crystal Structure Database
     ICSD is the world's largest database of fully determined inorganic crystal structures, from elements to quintenary compounds.

Publishers' databases
Other resources
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  • PubMed 

Note! New interface.
The PubMed database contains more than 30 million citations and abstracts of biomedical literature. MEDLINE is the largest component of PubMed and consists of journals selected for MEDLINE; the articles are indexed with MeSH (Medical Subject Headings). Citations for PubMed Central (PMC) articles make up the second largest component of PubMed.  The final component of PubMed is the Bookshelf. A full-text archive of books, reports, databases, and other documents related to biomedical, health, and life sciences. PubMed User Guide

  •  Scifinder-N   NEW

SciFinder-N provides access to the world's most comprehensive and authoritative source of references, substances and reactions in chemistry, chemical engineering, food, biomedicine and related sciences. The new database includes all content from the previous SciFinder version with new additional features. It contains the PatentPak modul, which can quickly localize chemical information within patents, and chemical reactions are documented in greater details.

If you have used Scifinder before, use your current SciFinder username and password to login.

New users will need to create an account. Please note that registrations only can be done from computers within the LU IP-range. You have to use a Lund University email address at the registration. Create an account

ACS information: FAQ — Quick start guide — How-to videos — Searching in SciFinder-N

Scifinder-N Find references using search terms 

Specialized databases
Other resources
Main databases
Authorities and Organisations
Guides to other sources
Food Composition Databases

CSD – Cambridge Structural Database  This database can be used from a specific computer in the library at Kemicentrum.If you want to use the database at your office, please contact the library. Link to website.

  •  ICSD – the Inorganic Crystal Structure Database
    
ICSD is the world's largest database of fully determined inorganic crystal structures, from elements to quintenary compounds.

  •  Scifinder-N   NEW

SciFinder-N provides access to the world's most comprehensive and authoritative source of references, substances and reactions in chemistry, chemical engineering, food, biomedicine and related sciences. The new database includes all content from the previous SciFinder version with new additional features. It contains the PatentPak modul, which can quickly localize chemical information within patents, and chemical reactions are documented in greater details.

If you have used Scifinder before, use your current SciFinder username and password to login.

New users will need to create an account. Please note that registrations only can be done from computers within the LU IP-range. You have to use a Lund University email address at the registration. Create an account

ACS information: FAQ — Quick start guide — How-to videos — Searching in SciFinder-N

Scifinder-N Find references using search terms