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Index Chemicus from Thomson Web of Science

Index Chemicus, accessed via Web of Science, provides researchers, administrators, faculty, and students with quick, powerful access to the chemical compound information they need to find research data, analyze trends, journals and researchers, and share their findings.

Covering more than 100 of the world's leading organic chemistry journals, Index Chemicus is text- and substructure-searchable, and offers full graphical summaries, important reaction diagrams, and complete bibliographic information.

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1993-present

Date

June 18, 2013


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