The Chemistry Reference Resolution serves to quickly direct it to the website of an editor that contains the article you are looking for.
How does chem ref resolver work?
- Go to https://chemsearch.kovsky.net/.
- Write the reference.
- Chem Reference Resolver determines whether it is an appointment of the newspaper, a DOI, a chemical sigma-Aldrich or something more esoteric.
- According to the input, it redirects it to the editor’s website, directly to the document (or its closest approach).
Many formats are supported, including vaguely defined “lazy quotes”, such as “Perkin1 2002 2733”.
Additional notes about chem ref res
- The chemsearch.kovsky.net website does not have PDF documents.
- The search is case-insensitive.
- The entire score is generally ignored.
- For many journals, a volume number is not required − it is calculated automatically from the publication year. Check supported journals for more info.
- There are several browser extensions available.
Reference Resolver Examples
|jchemsoc||Go to journal homepage|
|Acc. Chem. Res. 2000, 33, 346||Resolve an ACS style reference|
|Angew. Chem. Int. Edn Engl. 41, 1796−1800 (2002)||Resolve an NPG style reference|
|joc, 2010, 4657|
acie 45 7134
|Even “lazy” citations can be resolved. Resolver supports common abbreviations, such as JOC/joc, perkin1/perkin2, etc.|
|Retrieve a USPTO patent|
|Look up any patent supported by Espacenet|
|sa sodium chloride||Look up a reagent on Sigma-Aldrich website|
|Search for a Safety Data Sheet (SDS) at the ChemBlink website. CAS numbers only|
|oadoi 10.1186/1860-5397-1-4||Search open access DOI (oaDOI)|
Chemistry Reference Resolver extensions
The refernces retrieval can be even easier if these extensions are used:
- Chrome extension
- Firefox toolbar
- Safari extension
- AutoHotKey Script (Win)
- AppleScript (Mac)
- Website widget
You can see all supported journals here.