Today, the primary focus will be on learning how to use Reaxys. Students attending the September 25, 2019 library research session will:
For additional information about Reaxys, including where to go for help or to access training, look at the box below.
The Reaxys database integrates content from 3 major data sources (i.e., Crossfire Beilstein, Crossfire Gmelin, and the Chemical Patent Database), providing information in organic, organometallic, and inorganic chemistry. It offers experimentally validated chemical structures, reaction and properties data, catalysts information, and a unique synthesis planner to evaluate alternative synthetic routes and identify the most effective strategy to use. May also be referred to as Beilstein CrossFire Commander. Coverage dates: 1771-present
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