Merck Index


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Merck Index

A reference text, produced since 1889 by Merck, which provides data on ±10,000 chemicals: synonyms, chemical formulae, therapeutic and industrial uses, patent details, references, etc.
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A training session will take place on selected science databases, covering MarinLit, Merck Index Online, Royal Society of Chemistry, Taylor and Francis, Springer Link and Nature.
About the same time, the famed Merck Manual--still available today as the Merck Index of chemical compounds--was published as a guide for doctors and pharmacists.
Prior to this first edition, The Merck Index was printed in 1889 for the chemist community and for those seeking information about chemical components and substances.
CAS registry number, Merck index number, an illustration of the chemical structure, chemical and dye class, molecular formula and weight, color change at pH, pKa, physical form, solubility, melting point, UV-visibility, synthesis, major applications and safety/toxicity data.
Such references include the Merck Index, Clarke's Analysis of Drugs and Poisons, laboratory manuals from the United Nations Drug Control Program, in-house produced spectra, and published standard spectra, (e.
All sunscreens and everything else in the INCI dictionary, the Merck Index, the Handbook of Chemistry and Physics, and the USp are chemicals.
The half-life of Plutonium-239, as given in the Merck Index, is 24,110 years.
Vasont provides The Merck Index with a solution that includes data analysis, DTD writing, data conversion to SGML, and editorial work flow, as well as composition and pre-press services for its print product.
The Merck Index gives the boiling point of des as 209 [degrees] C.
Members of the first-placed each received $100 and their school received a copy of The Merck Index for use in its laboratory.
Enter a drug name and the behind-the-scenes search strategy takes that drug name and extracts synonyms from The Merck Index and Pharmaprojects.