Detailed description of chemical bibliographic databases:
- advantages by using this particular database - with links to other databases with different search options
- how to perform comprehensive searches, incl. sample search profiles illustrating syntax
- how to to export references to reference handling programs
Please note: Database descriptions are maintained at one of several AU-science-wikis, use the back-button rather than Choices > Back to start at the top menu to return
If you need to search for words beyond title/abstract/index terms, e.g. names of methods, organisms, chemicals - the are several possiblitites:
Google Scholar - if you don't get immediate access to the full paper, it will usually be available through our E-journals database
Set-up for exporting references to Refworks (one reference at a time): Link to Google Scholar preferences. Mark (bottom of page: Bibliography Manager + Show links to import citations into RefWorks + [Save preferences].
Most references found in Google Scholar will now carry a "Import into RefWorks" link. Google Scholar always opens RefWorks in "Edit mode", so you may change and add information if needed: e.g. Document types. For most references to journal papers, a better-quality reference with abstract, author adresses (incl. e-mail), subject terms a.o. can usually be found in general bibliographies
SCIRUS - also cover journals from Elseviers ScienceDirect (not covered by Google Scholar)
Other bibliographies - available through DIALOG:
Merck Index .. ???
For chemical bibliographies see:
Please contact kd.teketoilbibstats|kj#kd.teketoilbibstats|kj or call me at 8946 2158 if you want to explore the content of any of these databases