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ChemSpider is one of the premier online chemistry resources used by many tens of thousands of chemists around the world every day. Hosting almost 29 million unique chemical entities, sourced from over 400 separate data sources, ChemSpider provides access to experimental and predicted data, links to patents and publications and uniquely offers the ability to deposit and share their own data online. With the intention of integrating and curating public chemistry resources for the community ChemSpider encourages participation from chemists around the world.
Integrated to Wikipedia, Google Patents, Google Books, Google Scholar and many other key online resources ChemSpider provides access to chemistry data and information that can serve you well in your studies and in your research. This training session will provide a hands on experience of how to use ChemSpider and will discuss how to deposit your own data to build a public presence as a scientists should you wish. We will also provide an overview of our various other projects including ChemSpider SyntheticPages, a micropublishing environment for publishing synthetic procedures, and ChemSpider Reactions, a database of hundreds of thousands of free synthetic procedures.
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