Reaxys Training Workshop

Date: 03/01/2018

Time: 9:00 am - 10:00 am

Center for Scholarly Communication


Please join us in learning how the new Reaxys can help you find your chemistry answers. The new Reaxys is designed to support the full range of chemistry research, and puts every scientist, from novice to expert, on the shortest path to your chemistry answers.

Reaxys provides rapid and easy access to experimental facts and finding relevant literature, retrieving precise compound properties and reaction data, and incorporating that information into research workflows has never been easier.

With powerful search options and instant access to expertly curated chemical data, Reaxys helps you:

• Discover chemical structures, properties and reactions

• Find relevant literature and patents with ease

• Construct queries with streamlined, intuitive interfaces

• Assess compound synthesis and purchase options

• Share data within and outside an organization or institution

• Compare in-house and published experimental data



Reaxys enables users to retrieve precise data points (compound properties, reactions and synthesis routes) excerpted from the full text of core chemistry literature; or quickly find relevant articles, patents and textbook chapters of interest. The database covers:

• ~450 core chemistry journals and textbooks A carefully curated collection of essential titles in organic, inorganic and physical chemistry as well as material science, petrochemistry, pharmacology, and medicinal and computational chemistry

• >16,000 chemistry-related periodicals, including conference abstracts A broad range of content that is relevant for chemists, including minor publications in core fields and major publications in related fields • Patents from all the major world offices, including the US and Asia A global range that goes beyond the WO, US and EP content to include Asian language patents from the China, Taiwan, Japan and South Korea offices



The NEW streamlined user interface means it’s easy for even beginners to get started. Quick searches for literature or compound properties are possible using natural language-based keyword queries, structure or reaction drawings, or a combination of the two. The full query builder enables construction of complex queries using a streamlined drag-and-drop interface that includes all the essential search input, including structure drawing, molecular formula building and basic indexes.


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Clara Tran

Clara Tran

Clara is the liaison to the Department of Chemistry, Electrical & Computer Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, and the Women in Science and Engineering program.
Clara Tran
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