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The most comprehensive source for accessing chemical literatures. This database has a wealth of information for more than 64 million organic and inorganic substances, which can be searched by chemical structures or biological sequences; by substructures or reactions; and by research topic, author, company, or substance name.
A web-based platform for the search and retrieval of organic, inorganic and organometallic chemical information by reaction, structure, property data and text.
Springer Materials (Landolt-Bornstein)
The World's Largest Resource for Physical & Chemical Data in Materials Science:250,000 Substances & Material Systems, 3,000 Properties, 1,200,000 Literature Citations.
Group I: Elementary Particles, Nuclei and Atoms
Group II: Molecules and Radicals
Group III: Condensed Matter
Group IV: Physical Chemistry
Group V: Geophysics
Group VI: Astronomy and Astrophysics
Group VII: Biophysics
Group VIII: Advanced Materials and Technologies