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SciFinder Seminar: April 29SciFinder Solutions
Wed., April 29
Mallet Chemistry Library
Seminar Room, WEL 2.132J
Join Feroze Ali, Application Specialist from Chemical Abstracts Service, for an informal seminar on getting the most out of SciFinder, the world's most powerful literature tool. You'll learn about the latest features and power-searching tricks. Bring your questions and your laptop if you wish. Light snacks will be available!
What happened to the Full Text links?CAS has changed the Full Text links to the phrases "Other Sources" and "Link to Other Sources" on non-patent brief and full record displays, respectively. They still work the same way though.
Full record display:
A note about "PatentPak"
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