E-EROS Encyclopedia of Reagents for Organic Synthesis

Gives details on more than 5000 reagents and catalysts. Browse alphabetically. Continually updated.


This resource was on trial and has been acquired by the Baylor Libraries.


Provides access to experimental facts such as compound properties and reaction data in addition to relevant literature. Indexes journals, patents, and text book chapters. Use quick search or a drag-and-drop query builder that includes structure drawing, molecular formula building, and basic indexes. Also allows planning of synthesis routes which can be integrated into workflows.

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Trial expires on Monday, May 14, 2018.

Web of Science. Core Collection (Archives, 1900-1969)

Added the archives (1900-1969) for the Social Science Citation Index and the Science Citation Index.


Provided by the Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations (NDLTD), this resource is building a comprehensive gateway to all doctoral and master-level theses and dissertations, many openly accessible, by harvesting the information from repositories throughout the world.


Stores unpublished preprint for chemistry as a complement to arXiv and BioRxiv. Keyword search or advanced search using authors, title, abstract, full text, doi, date, subject area, and category. Can also browse by subject area such as: Chemistry, Information and Computing Sciences, Mathematics, Physics.

Science in Context

Combines several sources of information into a single database covering popular topics in Biology, Chemistry, Earth Science, Environmental Science, General Science, Health, Medicine, Math, Engineering, Technology, Physics, Astronomy, and biographies of important scientists. Indexes and provides abstracts for popular and scholarly articles, news sources, video, and reference works. Browse broad topic areas suggested or search by keyword or advanced search. Limits include document type and year. Provides maps displaying U.S. demographics on selected topics.

SciTech Premium Collection

Provides access to science and engineering research from around the world, including scholarly journals, trade and industry journals, magazines, technical reports, conference proceedings, and government publications. Key subject areas covered include Advanced technologies, Aerospace, Agricultural science, Aquatic science, Atmospheric science, Biological science, Computer science, Earth science, Environmental science, Engineering, Materials science, and Polymer science. Includes the Natural Science Collection and Technology Collection databases. Offers specialized Abstract & Index resources for discovery of relevant scholarly research and technical literature.

Encyclopedia of Inorganic and Bioinorganic Chemistry

Provides short articles about key topics in inorganic and bioinorganic chemistry. Can browse by topic (Bioinorganic Chemistry; Catalysis; Computational Methods; Energy Chemistry; Environmental Chemistry; General Principles; Green Chemistry and Sustainability; Inorganic and Coordinate Chemistry; Lanthanides and Actinides; Main Group Elements; Medicinal Inorganic Chemistry; Metalloproteins; Nuclear Chemistry and Radionuclides; Organometallic Chemistry; Physical Methods; Solid State, Materials and Nanomaterials; Toxicology; and Transition Metals) or search by title. Updated quarterly.

The Encyclopedia of Inorganic and Bioinorganic Chemistry was formed with the merger of The Encyclopedia of Inorganic Chemistry and The Handbook of Metalloproteins.

Journal Citation Reports

Provides information for journal evaluation using citation data including total cites, impact factor (with and without self-cites), 5-year impact factor, citable items, cited half-life, citing half-life, Eigenfactor score, article influence score, % articles in citable items, normalized Eigenfactor, and average JIF percentile. Also available are ranking by both Web of Science and Essential Science Indicator categories. Find journals by title or category. Can limit to open access journals only.

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