Subject(s) : Biomedical Engineering - Chemical Engineering - Environmental Engineering - Engineering Physics - Materials Engineering - Medicine & Biology
Coverage Period : Chemical abstracts : 1907- ; Medline : 1958- ; Registry : 1957- ; CASEACT : 1974-
Access Procedure : Individual registration is required to access the resource. If you are already registered, you can access the new CAS SciFinder Discovery Platform with your current username and password. You can easily register a new account while on campus at Polytechnique. To register from off campus, you need to configure the library proxy first, then use this link to create a new user accountwith your Polytechique email address.
Produced by the American Chemical Society, it is the largest bibliographic database in chemistry. Also covers many areas of engineering and medicine as it includes references from Medline produced by the National Library of Medicine. Includes abstracts of articles, conferences, theses, book chapters and patents.
CAS SciFinder Discovery Platform includes :
SciFinder-n : A new version of SciFinder that offers several possibilities for investigating chemical substances and their reactions, including procedures and protocols. It provides the possibility to draw a molecule with an interactive tool, to search for biosequences or to obtain citations or patents related to a chemical substance. Quick guide, tutorials.
Analytical Methods : Used to find, compare and better understand analytical methods from scientific publications (articles, patents, etc.).
Subject(s) : All Fields of Engineering
Full-Text : No
Coverage Period : 1900-
Database size : More than 82 millions references.
Update : Weekly
Contains bibliographic references for journal articles & author citations from Life sciences, biomedical sciences, engineering, social sciences, arts & humanities. Strongest coverage of natural sciences, health sciences, engineering, computer science, materials sciences.
Database permits searches, which allow you to find who has cited a certain publication & find the number of publications citing a specific bibliographic reference.
View the list of indexed journals.
TABLE OF CONTENTS ALERTS
Most journals publish a news feed (email alert or RSS feed) including the table of contents of the latest issue or the individual articles that have just been published online.
When available, this link is mentioned on the publisher website or on the journal website.
The site below provides a centralized approach to subscribing to scholarly journals tables of contents: