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ChemSpider as a hub for online chemical information resources

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The World Wide Web continues to have an expanding and profound effect on providing access to chemical information. A chemist may wish to know a variety of information about a given chemical compound ...

The World Wide Web continues to have an expanding and profound effect on providing access to chemical information. A chemist may wish to know a variety of information about a given chemical compound including physical and chemical properties, molecular structure, spectral data, synthetic methods, known reactions, safety information, and systematic nomenclature and chemical names. In the past, having access to this variety of information required a small library of different reference works, since no one resource contained all this data. This was problematic both in terms of cost and physical space for storage. Now there is a single web site that not only provides all this information for millions of compounds but also is free. This website is the Royal Society of Chemistry’s ChemSpider

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