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SciFinder MobileCAS offers a mobile version of SciFinder optimized for use with your smartphone browser. (Note: You can't do structure searches and there are no links to full text.) For more information, visit CAS' mobile page. To connect, go to this URL: scifinder.cas.org/mobile or snap this QR code with your smartphone's QR reader. Then log in with your existing SciFinder ID and password.
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October UpdateThe October 2013 release includes the option to use a non-Java structure editor. (The new editor lacks some of the tools found in the Java version but will be enhanced in coming months.) The new release also includes an Analyze by Reagent default for reaction search results, as well as some improvements to the commercial supplier records. See What's New for more information.
SciFinder's Java structure drawing applet continues to be affected by routine upgrades to Java, operating systems (mainly Macs), and web browsers. For updated details and tips see our FAQ page.