Before using this resource you must complete the registration form and create your own SciFinder username and password.
- Link to SciFinder-n - University username and password required, followed by your SciFinder username and password
SciFinder is a key resource for chemistry-related research. Use it to find substance and reaction information and literature. Specifically you can use it to: identify a chemical substance and its related chemical structures; find chemical names, find regulatory information, and properties, including CAS Registry Numbers®; find reaction schemes; and view step-by-step experimental procedures, detailed conditions, and product yields. It gives references to journal articles and patents.
Also useful for researching in related areas such as: agricultural science; biomedical sciences; engineering; food; geological sciences; materials science; medical sciences; and physics.
Help & guidance
- SciFinder-n support and training
- Contact your Academic Liaison Librarian for additional advice using this resource
You can save your references to EndNote in the following ways. Firstly mark the items you are interested in saving by clicking in the check box to the left of each one. Click the 'Download Results' button and select File Type: 'Citation (.ris)' and click 'Download.
- Desktop EndNote - Direct export - just click on the downloaded file to import the references into Desktop EndNote. Find out more about saving references into Desktop EndNote
- EndNote online - Download & import using the 'Refman (RIS)' import option - Find out more about saving references into EndNote online
- What is EndNote?