Scifinder-n: CAS's new literature and substance database
Learn how to register for and use the top database for finding chemical literature and substances. Scifinder-n will be replacing Scifinder Scholar, which will be discontinued at UNT after the 2019-2020 academic year.
Scifinder-n is the top database in chemistry for finding literature and substances. It includes the content from Scifinder Scholar - literature, substances, reactions, and suppliers - and new sections - MethodsNow Synthesis, Retrosynthesis Planner, and PatentPak. Give it a try to see how much chemical information you can locate in one place. Both Scifinder-n and Scifinder Scholar will be available through December 31, 2020; after that, Scfinder Scholar will be discontinued.
Already have a Scifinder Scholar account? Then you're ready to login to your Scifinder-n account. Simply follow the instructions in the box below.
Never used a Scifinder database? Then you'll need to register for an account first. Please follow the instructions in the box below.
To see the highlights of Scifinder-n, see the slideshow below from the Chemistry Department seminar on Friday, Feb. 7, 2020.
Complete the registration form using your email address for a UNT student (email@example.com) or employee (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Respond to the validation email you will receive from Scifinder-n and start using your account.
To enter Scifinder-n in the future, go to the Start Your Research section of the library's homepage. Click on the Databases tab, type in and select Scifinder-n, and then log into Scifinder-n with your username and password. NOTE: If you're off-campus, you'll be prompted to enter your EUID and password before logging into Scifinder-n.