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New / Trial Databases

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The following databases are newly acquired or being evaluated for a future subscription.
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A digital collection of newspaper articles that chronicle the evolution of American history, culture and daily life from 1690 to 1922
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Create Maps, visualize patterns and understand trends with thousands of data points for the Entire United States. PolicyMap is a web-based platform
for creating engaging maps for disciplines in the social sciences and public health. Data sources include proprietary data not available in other resources.
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Registration
Where should registered users go to log in to CAS Solutions?
Registered users should log in to CAS SciFindern with their username and password at https://scifinder-n.cas.org. For organizations with access to the CAS SciFinder Discovery Platform, registered users can also access ChemZent in CAS SciFindern and log in to the following solutions with the same username and password:

CAS Analytical Methods: https://methods.cas.org
CAS Formulus: https://formulus.cas.org
To enable access outside of your IP range (i.e., off campus), these URLs should be provided on your library website via proxy. For easy access, your research community should bookmark these URLs in their preferred web browser.

Is there a different custom registration URL for CAS SciFindern if we previously purchased CAS SciFinder®?
No, your custom registration URL applies to CAS SciFindern and all other CAS Solutions purchased separately or as part of the CAS SciFinder Discovery Platform.

Do existing CAS SciFinder users need to register for CAS SciFindern and other solutions?
No, registered CAS SciFinder users can access CAS SciFindern with their existing username and password.

Where should new users in my research community go to register for CAS SciFindern?
Please share the registration URL provided in your Welcome to CAS SciFindern email. To enable access outside of your IP range (i.e., off campus), the URL should be provided on your library website via proxy.

What information is required for new users to register?
New users must provide their first and last name and their organization-issued email address.

Administration
How is CAS SciFindern access limited to the research community at my organization?
Access is restricted to locations within the IP range that you set for your organization (IP address authentication). However, by providing the registration and log in URLs via proxy, your research community can register and use CAS SciFindern from any location.

Where do I go to set up full-text customizations (e.g., direct linking options, update journal lists, in-house options)?
To access administrative features, sign in to the CAS Customer Portal (https://customer.cas.org/).


How should I list CAS SciFindern on our library website?
In addition to the registration and log in URLs, we recommend including the following:

Name: CAS SciFindern
Description: CAS SciFindern is the latest scientific information solution from CAS, a division of the American Chemical Society. In addition to the reference, substance, reaction and supplier content found in CAS SciFinder®, CAS SciFindern includes relevance-ranked results, step-by-step procedures and protocols, citation mapping, sequence searching, retrosynthetic analysis, patent landscape mapping, touch-screen enabled structure drawing and much more—all accessible in a simple, easy-to-use interface.
If a superscripted “n” on SciFinder is not possible, please hyphenate (i.e., “CAS SciFinder-n”). Examples of terms that should be removed from your website listing and promotional materials include:

SciFinder Scholar
Chemical Abstracts Service
SciFinder database
SciFinderN
SciFinderN
SciFindern
SciFinder_n
Scifinder
Do you have any materials that I can use to promote CAS SciFindern at my organization?
Yes! Feel free to request CAS SciFindern logos and graphics to use on your website and social media channels.

Use
What are the primary advantages to using CAS SciFindern over CAS SciFinder?
With CAS SciFindern, the most advanced offering from CAS, your researchers can access:

Relevance scoring of reference results
Enhanced workflow tools (e.g., live search history, auto-suggested search queries, multi-tab browsing)
Experimental and predictive retrosynthetic analysis for known and novel substances
Sequence searching (BLAST, CDR, and Motif)
Touchscreen-enabled structure drawing with ChemDoodle
Enhanced, visual citation mapping (i.e., references citing and cited by)
Substance and sequence search results visualization with Chemscape and Bioscape Analysis
Enhanced view and navigation of full-text patents with PatentPak®
Detailed synthetic methods
Searchable NMR spectra
Extended experimental spectra coverage
Where can I find CAS SciFindern training materials?
For on-demand support materials, refer to CAS SciFindern Training and the in-product Help.

Where can I find the latest technical information about CAS SciFindern (e.g., system requirements, What’s New)?
This information can be found in the About SciFindern section of the in-product Help.

Are there any scheduled downtimes for system maintenance?
No, your research community can access CAS SciFindern at any time.

Are there any limits to how CAS SciFindern can be used?
CAS SciFindern must be used solely for academic research. For additional information, refer to the CAS SciFindern Terms of Use for Academic Users or contact your CAS representative, as terms may vary in certain countries.

Can CAS SciFindern benefit researchers who are not in the chemistry department?
Yes! CAS SciFindern covers the scientific literature well beyond chemistry (e.g., engineering, medicine, materials), including all of the biomedical literature in PubMed (from the National Center for Biotechnology Information), and protein and nucleic acid sequence searching will be particularly relevant to biologists. Feel free to share this resource across your organization.

Who should I contact if I have additional questions?
Please see our FAQs for CAS SciFindern and academic researchers or contact the CAS Customer Center.
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