From now on we have access to ChemZent available as a new solution in SciFinder.
ChemZent provides access to the first and only indexed, English-searchable version of Chemisches Zentralblatt. Chemisches Zentralblatt is the oldest journal of chemistry abstracts and covers literature from 1830-1969.
See press release at http://www.cas.org/news/media-releases/cas-launch-chemzent
The Endnote manuscript matcher can help you to find the journals that best fit your manuscript. Therefor you should enter your title*, abstract* and references (* required). EndNote basic analyzes data and citations from the Web of Science and suggests a list of up to ten journals that may be interested in papers like yours. The matches include top keyword rankings and the JCR Impact Factor.
Learn more at the product details page.
Scopus has integrated an open access indicator in several Scopus pages so that users can identify open access content more easily. The OA indicator appears on
- the search results page,
- list pages (temporary and saved lists),
- author profile pages,
- ‘Browse sources’ pages and
- ‘Journal details’ pages.
It is planned to make it possible to search Scopus for open access content on an article level.
Learn more at the Scopus Blog.
Springer Materials is moving to a new platform that offers a range of new features such as interactive tables, 3D views on crystal structures and a thesaurus based faceting mechanism. Now you may access the content on your tablet and mobile phone, too.
The new platform is available at http://materials.springer.com/.
About Springer Materials
It is based on the Landolt-Börnstein handbook and includes a number of specialized databases. The systematic and comprehensive database provides access to selected and critically assessed physical and chemical properties of more than 250,000 materials and chemical systems.
The SciFinder Web structure editor allows users to draw structures for substance and reaction searches. There has been a new structure editor available since October 2013 that does not require a Java plug-in for web browsers. It is now set as the default structure editor and the most features are implemented.
See latest news at http://www.cas.org/products/scifinder/whats-new-in-scifinder
Alternatively you may use the standalone CAS structure editor.