Printech Archives, March 1997: Re: Chemlog
Mark Stoddard (email@example.com)
Mon, 17 Mar 1997 15:13:00 -0500
There are several references for chemical databases. One can
access MEDLARS Online Information Retrieval System, Bethesda,
MD - CHEMID (chemical identification system), CHEMLINE
(chemical dictionary online), etc.; on-line search of the
Chemical Abstracts System Registry; or the Merck Index on-line.
These databases I believe are pay-to-use databases.
One could surf the net: 1. http://www.env-sol.com. for over
200,000 MSDSs (for about $ 100).
2. http://www.the-tech.mitedu/chemicool for elements, periodic
table, research articles
Since I am unable to search the web, I can only give copies of
references I have been given. I am told they work. Good Luck!