Reaxys Release October 2013
More content and increased discoverability from today!
Reaxys brings you another major content expansion in line with our core organizing principles of relevant chemistry and meticulous indexing of terms. Among other improvements, this release includes:
• Chemical data, citations and abstracts as far back as 1823
• Improved bibliographic search capabilities
• New compound classifications for improved result set analysis
Providing More Content and Increasing Discoverability: Reaxys
Continued content development to give you greater chemistry research power
Your chemistry research experience continues to imhprove with the latest developments in Reaxys. The latest release gives you more powerful bibliographic and author searches, faster insight into substance result sets, and improved experimental text searching.
Using our core organizing principles of relevant chemistry and indexed terms, we've developed Reaxys to be the best database solution for chemistry researchers and educators. You'll see the difference as soon as you perform your first search.
Chemical data, citations and abstracts as far back as 1823
The familiar Reaxys user interface now taps into a substantially larger and more organized chemistry database. We've added backfile data for all 16 thousand periodicals going back to 1823 to give you an unparalleled historical perspective on chemistry, giving you access to over 40 million citations, abstracts and references from a whole range of chemistry-related literature.
Improved bibliographic search capabilities
You get more results for bibliographic searches than ever before. However, we've improved more than just the quantity! The improved author searching and text searching for titles, abstracts and keywords will help you access what you need faster and more efficiently.
Actionable experimental information from patents and more
Reaxys was the first chemistry research solution to bring you experimental descriptions. We've continued to add such crucial lab-ready information. The latest update gives you the text for chemistry experiments from patents dating back to 1976 and from around 200 core chemistry journals from 46 different publishers.
New compound classification
Gain faster insight into your substance result sets thanks to our new compound classifications. This allows you to rapidly filter your results by the compound classes of interest and easily compare compound properties with structural features such as functional groups. Let Reaxys support your analysis and move forward with your research sooner.
What else is new in Reaxys?
This year, Reaxys launched a completely new user interface that revolutionized access to the chemical database. We added dedicated features designed in consultation with research chemists to help you gain insight into your data faster. Each step of your research process is covered, with functionality such as customizable search query construction, automated synthesis planning, and result set analysis.
Read more about the new Reaxys (PDF)