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Comprehensive chemical information database. Covers scientific journals, patents, conference proceedings, and technical papers. 1907 - present.

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SciFinder is the most comprehensive discovery tool of chemical information. SciFindern is the new interface for SciFinder. We currently have access to both versions, but the SciFinder classic interface may be retired in the future. Read more about using the two platforms. Share your feedback with MIT librarians using this form.

Access to SciFinder and SciFinder-n

The MIT community (MIT faculty, students, post-docs & other researchers, and staff) are authorized to use SciFinder and SciFindern for academic research purposes only. There is no walk-in access available for non-MIT affiliates. Read more on Authorized Use.

 

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SciFinder and SciFindern account?

Access SciFinder classic:
http://libraries.mit.edu/get/scifinder

Access SciFindern:
http://libraries.mit.edu/get/scifindern

(Authentication by MIT Touchstone)

Bookmark the URLs for future use.

First time using SciFinder
or SciFindern at MIT?
Register first:
https://libraries.mit.edu/cas-reg  

(Authentication by MIT Touchstone)
See also registration instructions
  • You must be on campus with an MIT IP address, on the “MIT Secure” network (or if off-campus using VPN ), or access via the above links with MIT library proxy informaiton to use SciFinder and SciFindern. (The IP restriction may have been temporarily relaxed during the pandemic period.)

  • You need to log in with your account each time you use it. The same account gives you access to both SciFinder and SciFindern

  • If you have a previous account via other institutions, you will need to register again using your MIT email address and use a different username.

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