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Chemistry & Biochemistry

This Research Guide provides all under-graduate & graduate students about searching and finding useful, current and relevant information from Books, Articles and Internet resources about any research project or assignment in Chemistry & Biochemistry.

Unsubscribed Databases

Reaxys (formerly Beilstein/Gmelin CrossFire Commander)

Index to unique information on organic and inorganic compounds.

Current chemical reactions (CCR-Expanded)

Contains single- and multi-step new synthetic methods. The overall reaction flow is provided for each method, along with a detailed and accurate graphical representation of each reaction step.

Index Chemicus

Index Chemicus contains chemical compound information and offers full graphical summaries, important reaction diagrams, complete bibliographic information, and is text- and substructure-searchable.

ChemDraw

ChemDraw is a molecule editor first developed in 1985 by David A. Evans and Stewart Rubenstein[1] (later by thecheminformatics company CambridgeSoft). The company was sold to PerkinElmer in the year 2011.[2] ChemDraw, along with Chem3D and ChemFinder, is part of the ChemOffice suite of programs and is available for Macintosh andMicrosoft Windows. A simplified, touch optimized version for the iPad was released in late 2013.