For registered users, log in here:
You can also find the link to SciFinder on the Chemistry Subject Guide and the Databases A-Z list.
Register here, or for guest access (in-library only) contact Hannah Cabullo or see a librarian at the reference desk.
You must register on campus! (Once registered, SciFinder can be accessed remotely.)
Username: 5-15 characters (SAC username usually works)
Password: 7-15 characters
Confirm your registration within 48 hours by clicking the link sent to your email.
This guide will introduce you to using SciFinder for performing literature searches in the fields of chemistry and biochemistry. For structure searching using SciFinder, please contact a member of the Chemistry Department, or see SciFindern's short training video.
If you need in-depth assistance or have questions about any of the resources mentioned in the guide, please contact Hannah Cabullo, the subject librarian for the Chemistry Department.
First-time users: See the box below for information on how to create your SciFinder account, which you'll need in order to use SciFinder.
SciFinder is the main research tool for chemistry; it's up-to-date and extensive. It is:
A reference database for chemistry and related science literature, including journal articles, dissertations, and patents. (It links out to full text, but does not include the full text itself.)
A substance database, with information including chemical structures, chemical names, properties, and more
A reaction database, with chemical reaction information including reaction schemes, experimental procedures, conditions, yields, and more.
SciFindern is the new SciFinder platorm -- along with a new interface, the search also works a bit differently. You can access it with your same SciFinder username and password.
Our access to the legacy SciFinder platform ended as of December 31, 2021.
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