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How to make your reaction search more effective in SciFinder Scholar Tuesday, 4 December 2007 4:26 pm

Posted by Dongmei in chemistry, database features, databases, search tips.
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SciFinder provides access to the largest reaction database in the world (CASREACT) with coverage from 1840 to the present. It contains more than 14 million single- and multi-step reactions, about 950 added weekly from patents and journals.

This tip sheet from CAS shows you how to search reactions effectively using some unique tools provided by SciFinder, to be more specific: Functional Groups and Filters. If use effectively, these tools will increase the precision of your queries.

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