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SciFinder on the web

Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS) has made its SciFinder research tool available over the web.

This new platform is especially designed for the web and does not simply duplicate the look and feel of the current SciFinder product. The newest SciFinder experience will be offered to an expanding set of commercial, government and academic users as the product launch proceeds throughout the year. 

Scientists use SciFinder to explore research topics, browse scientific journals and stay up-to-date on the latest scientific developments.

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