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Service (CAS), a division of the American Chemical Society, is a provider of chemical information and related solutions.
A search for this molecular formula in Chemical Abstracts
Service's SciFinder database yielded nearly 200 candidate substances.
As reported on the US News and World Report Web site by Science News' Janet Raloff, Chemical Abstracts
, a subsidiary of the American Chemical Society, has been maintaining a registry of all publicly disclosed chemicals since 1907.
Service (CAS), a division of the American Chemical Society (ACS), and FIZ Karlsruhe announce a new version of STN AnaVist analysis and visualization software.
Simplifying the sourcing process for the chemical industry, users can now search for more than 40,000 commercially available chemicals using a chemical abstracts
services (CAS) number, the globally recognized number for chemical classification, on both ICIS and on Kellysearch.
However, the book does not mention several recent rulings stating that the nanosized materials are not considered different from bulk (until or unless they receive their own Chemical Abstracts
Service numbers), and therefore most of the legislation does not apply to these materials.
Service (CAS), a division of the American Chemical Society, reports that more than 50% of the organic and inorganic chemical substances recorded in the CAS Chemical Registry System during 2002 were derived from patent documents.
In addition, in cooperation with the Chemical Abstracts
Service (CAS), all CAS registry numbers were verified by matching against chemical structures, thereby eliminating many inconsistencies and leading to the addition of 35 000 registry numbers.
Rapid expansion of electronic resources is an accepted fact, yet some figures drawn from Chemical Abstracts
Services (CAS) provide some sense of magnitude and impact.
Service (CAS) and FIZ Karlsruhe are have launched the STN platform, a web-based search solution offering essential, value-added content in an intuitive, powerful interface designed for professional IP searching.
Three files produced by Chemical Abstracts
Service (CAS)--CA Search (the Chemical Abstracts
file), ChemSearch (a CAS-produced registry file), and Chemical Industry Notes (CIN)--were removed from ProQuest Dialog in October 2012.