Originally featured in the 08-29-2014 Scout Report, we've decided to re-feature the Royal Society of Chemistry's ChemSpider, an extensive online database of over 34 million chemical structures. This data is collected from almost 500 sources, including the Royal Society for Chemistry journals, books and databases, the Cambridge Structural Database, vendor catalogues, and online sources. Each entry in ChemSpider includes information about the chemical structure property. Entries may also include references to research papers or vendor catalogues featuring the structures along with links to the original database that provided the chemical information. Visitors can search this database in a number of ways, including by brand name (e.g. "Tylenol") and systematic names. Visitors can also search by drawing the molecule's chemical structure or importing files regarding the molecule's structure from their computer.
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