MethodsNow available in SciFinder

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Search and compare scientific methods with MethodsNow.

Registered SciFinder users have 5 free samples to preview MethodsNow synthetic preparations in reaction answers.

According to CAS:

MethodsNowTM features step-by-step instructions for analytical and synthetic methods in areas like pharmacology, HPLC, food analysis, natural product isolation analysis and water analysis, plus:

  • Saves time with easy access to method details from millions of disclosed procedures

  • Lets you quickly compare analytical methods side-by-side

  • Displays experimental details in easy-to-read table format

  • Includes materials, instrumentation, conditions and more

  • Covers synthetic preparations from top journals and patents

  • Features content curated by CAS scientists for superior discoverability and new CAS Method NumberTM identifiers for quick reference

Coverage includes synthetic preparations from 180 highly respected journals.

How to access the MethodsNow samples

  • Find an article of interest.
  • Get reactions.
  • Find the MethodsNow logo in your results for a preview of the procedure.

Want to know more about MethodsNow?

Go to the MethodsNow website where you will find more details and will be able to view a short video for an overview. More in-depth videos are also available from here.

Want to recommend MethodsNow for purchase?

If you take advantage of any of the free content samples and consider that adding MethodsNow to our existing subscription to SciFinder would be worthwhile, please contact me at cmc32@cam.ac.uk.

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