Dictionary of Commonly Cited Compounds on CD-ROM is a carefully edited database containing the 25,000 most frequently cited compounds used by chemists. It contains the top 25,000 most commonly cited compounds in Chemical Abstracts (excluding polymers and biologicals) in Chapman & Hall chemical dictionary format with chemical names, CAS numbers, bibliographic references, physical properties, and chemical structures.
Fully substructure searchable, this easy to use database enables rapid retrieval of concise chemical and bibliographic data on the most commonly used chemicals. It covers organic compounds, inorganic compounds, drugs, natural products, materials, alloys, the elements, and their isotopes.
System requirements: Pentium II processor, running Windows™ 95, 98, 2000, NT4.x, 16MB RAM, 12 MB free hard disk space, 24x CD-ROM drive
Table of Contents
Types of Data provided:
Accurate systematic chemical names, trademarks, and trivial names
Searchable chemical structures
CAS Registry numbers
Biological source and/or synthetic details
Molecular formulae and weights
Physical data including melting/boiling points, optical rotation, and dissociation constants
Hazard and toxicity information
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