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Category: Online Resources

Dec 17 2013

4 New Chemistry eBooks @ NC State Libraries

Dec 09 2013

5 Recent Articles from Chemistry Department Researchers at NC State

Recent Articles from NCSU Chemistry Department Researchers, November 1 – November 15 2013.

Journal of Polymer Science: Part AAngewandte ChemieJournal of Magnetic ResonanceDalton Transactions

For more publications by NC State authors, visit the NCSU Libraries Digital Repository.

Dec 02 2013

14 New Chemistry eBooks @ NC State Libraries

Nov 26 2013

7 New Astronomy Books @ NC State Libraries

Nov 12 2013

Royal Society of Chemistry Launches Chemical Sciences Article Repository

The Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) has launched its Chemical Sciences Article Repository, an online platform for the scientific community to easily deposit, share and discover high quality, Open Access (OA) research.

This initial release provides a repository through which you can retrieve OA articles, whether they are funded immediately (Gold OA), or articles made open access after an embargo period (Green OA), such as those funded by RCUK, the Wellcome Trust or NIH. RSC has plans to grow the repository to include open access papers from institutional repositories, other publishers, and individuals – as well as theses, data and models.

Researchers can:
* Deposit and share research – it’s a simple three step process to search for a publication, review it and confirm if for deposit.
* Network and collaborate – set up a profile to enhance your visibility within the research community, connecting effectively with other researchers online.
* Measure the impact of your research – track the diverse impact your articles have via citations, bookmarks, downloads, tweets, and other vehicles.
* Make your research discoverable – the user-friendly interface ensures searching and browsing for information is easy.
* Benefit from the intuitive interface and search functions – all designed with the chemist in mind, from structure searchability to subject coverage.

Please contact your chemistry librarian if you have questions or comments about the RSC repository.

Oct 28 2013

26 New Chemistry eBooks @ NC State Libraries

Oct 04 2013

A new non-Java CAS Structure Editor is now available in SciFinder

SciFinder

The SciFinder chemistry database now features a new version of the CAS Structure Editor that does not require a Java plugin. The Java version of the editor is still available and you can easily select your preferred editor.

The non-Java editor is a new option for substance and reaction searching that queries the same SciFinder database. You may notice that some features are missing. Although SciFinder would have preferred to release the editor with all functionality, they released the first available working version to address the pressing needs of some who are still experiencing Java-related issues. For more information on the Non-Java CAS Structure Editor, visit SciFinder System Requirements.

With the latest SciFinder release, you can also:

-Analyze reaction answer sets by reagent to more quickly identify your synthesis of interest
-Quickly view substance and supplier information simultaneously without leaving your commercial sources answer set
-Easily update your account information and access SciPlanner how-to guides

More information regarding SciFinder can be also found on NCSU Library’s website .

Oct 03 2013

27 New Chemistry eBooks @ NC State Libraries

Sep 19 2013

7 New Chemistry eBooks @ NC State Libraries

Sep 18 2013

4 Recent Articles from Chemistry Department Researchers at NC State

Recent Articles from NCSU Chemistry Department Researchers, September 1 – September 15 2013.

Applied Physics LettersPhysical Review BProceedings of the National Academy of Science of the United States of AmericaJournal for the American Society of Mass Spectronomy

For more publications by NC State authors, visit the NCSU Libraries Digital Repository.