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The Web version of SciFinder enables access to the databases and many of the analytical tools provided by CAS (Chemical Abstracts Service) via a Web browser. The University of Delaware Library migrated from the SciFinder Scholar client software to SciFinder on the Web in August 2009.
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The databases include: CAplus (Chemical Abstracts), REGISTRY, CASREACT (chemical reactions database), CHEMCATS (commercially available chemical information), CHEMLIST (regulated chemical information), and MEDLINE (biomedical literature worldwide).
CAplus: 1907 to date, plus over 44,000 records for journal articles dated before 1907
MEDLINE: 1950 to date
REGISTRY: 1957 to date, plus many substances dating back to 1907
CASREACT: 1840 to date
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