Databases for Chemistry

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Full text access to Society's journals.
Annual Reviews (1930 - Present)
Full text access to Annual Reviews publications in 40 disciplines in the sciences and social sciences. Synthesizes the vast amount of primary research literature and identifies the principal contributions in a given field. Coverage dates back to the first volume, which varies for each publication.
BIOSIS Citation Index (1926 - Present)
The most comprehensive biological database, covering a large range and number of bioscience journals and other publications with cited reference searching.
Indexes more than 50,000 critical titles in the sciences from 2005 to present.  Books are connected to the greater citation indexes of the arts & humanities and social sciences.
Citations to published literature from many significant conferences in the sciences. Ability to search by keyword, author, and cited references make this an important tool for research.
Discover research data from a wide range of international data repositories and connect them with the scientific & social sciences literature to track data citation.
INSPEC (1898 - Present)
The premier database for physics. Covers journals and conference proceedings in physics, electrical & electronic engineering, computing, and information technology.
The Public Library of Science is a collection of open-access peer-reviewed journals covering specific areas within life and health science.
PubMed (1950 - Present)
Covers the international literature on the biomedical sciences, including the the biological and physical sciences, humanities, and information science as they relate to medicine. Can be searched interactively with other NCBI databases, including PubMedCentral and PubBooks.
SciFinder Scholar (1907 - Present)
For Reed Community only. Comprehensive coverage of the literature of chemistry and related disciplines. Contact Linda Maddux, for access.
Web of Science (1900 - Present)
Citations to articles from core journals in the sciences, social sciences, and humanities and conference proceedings in the sciences and social sciences. Ability to search by keyword, author, and cited references make this an important tool for research.
Collection of national and international databases of government-sponsored scientific research.