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this resource does not contain spectral data, however it does give references to journal articles where data can be found.
The Dictionaries are easy to use, and are indexed by compound name, molecular formula and CAS Registry Number.
Chemical information: bibliographic, compound and reaction information. Accessed via a Mac or Windows client (SciFinder Scholar) which can be downloaded to any campus workstation. The database can only be accessed from University-originating network addresses, with 5 simultaneous users permitted.
SciFinder Scholar can access:
Bibliographic information from Chemical Abstracts (CAPlus). Over 14 million citations to the literature of chemistry and its applications. The database includes the basic bibliographic information appearing in the print Chemical Abstracts, including abstracts and index terms.
Compound information from the Registry file. Over 18 million substances indexed by Chemical Abstracts. Can be searched using chemical name, molecular formula and structure.
Reaction information from the CASREACT file. Over 1.2 million single-step and 1.7 million multi-step reactions. Contains information on reactions of organic substances, including organometallics and biomolecules. Searchable by structure.
We are doing our best to compile high quality databases. However, there are no such databases without any errors or mistakes. We make no warranties to those effects and shall not be liable for any damage that may result from errors in the database. You can check the page Known Errors of Mistakes in SDBS. When you find new errors or mistakes, please inform us by email (see this page for contact details).
Access to this database is free of charge. However we request visitors to our database not to download more than 50 spectra and/or compound information in one day. All accesses are recorded. It is prohibited that you use any information of SDBS for profit-making or commercial use without obtaining proper permission from us. If more spectra are required for some specific purpose or commercial use, you should consult us and describe the intended usage or purpose of our SDBS.
We also request that when you use the data of our SDBS in your publication or presentation, a proper acknowledgement be given as follows:
SDBSWeb : http://sdbs.db.aist.go.jp (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, date of access)
available through the Environmental Protection Agency Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards (EPA/OAQPS) and the US Air Force. This database was established as a means of archiving and dissemination of spectra and spectroscopic data of species of interest to the pollution monitoring and gas diagnostics community.
These three databases of diatomic, triatomic, and hydrocarbon molecules were originally published as spectral tables in the Journal of Physical and Chemical Reference Data. Each of the databases covers primarily the microwave region with some data available for the radio frequency region