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Review the Writing Guide for the Cobalt Report. See section 4.1, Literature Sources, for guidelines on the types of sources you need for the report.

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Beyond SciFinder: Other Resources

Web of Science -- Article database for chemistry and other science topics.


ACS Publications -- Journals published by the American Chemical Society.

TIP: In ACS, search Journal of Chemical Education (JCE) and Inorganic Chemistry with the name of the compound you've created in the lab.

 

SciFinder Web

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SciFinder Web provides bibliographic and patent information from Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS) from 1907 to the present. It is available to UIUC/UIC users 24 hours per day, 7 days per week. Please see the SciFinder official Web site for more information about SciFinder Web.  In order to search SciFinder Web, you must be a current affiliate of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and you must register for a SciFinder Web account.  In addition, you must read and agree to the license agreement set forth by CAS.

You must connect to SciFinder Web via a University of Illinois IP address, that is, from on-campus locations or off campus with a VPN connection or by the proxy connection from the Chemistry Library Web page.

If you have trouble registering to use SciFinder, please contact Chemical Abstracts Service at help@cas.org. They can reset your password and make any necessary changes to your registration information.

 

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  • If you do not see links to full text of articles in SciFinder, you will need to disable your browser's pop-up blocker.
  • Search for the parent compound as a primary search if the derivative search fails.
  • Use citations from a good, on-target article to expand your list of references.
  • Find an article without limiting to preparations and check its citation list. The author most likely has cited the original preparation.
  • Limit search time period to 1970-1989.
  • It is NOT necessary to put the formula in Hill Order when searching SciFinder by Molecular Formula.

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