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SciFinder includes full abstracts of all ACS National Meeting papers from 2000-present. SciFinder does require users register for access.
To access SciFinder, go to the University Libraries homepage (http://library.stonybrook.edu) and click the 'databases' link in the top left Search box area. At the A-Z Databases page you can Find Databases by Title, or click on the S tab and scroll down until you reach SciFinder.
If you are off-campus, you will be asked for your NetID and NetID password.
You can also access the ACM papers in the following ways:
1. Online: The ACS website contains abstracts online from 2004- present.
2. CD: They are available on CD in the Chemistry Library from 2007- present. The call number is Chemistry Library - Reference - QD1 .A513 (ask at Circulation Desk).
3. Print: They are available in print from 1960-2005 in the Chemistry Library. The call number is Chemistry Library - Reference - QD1 .A513.
For more information about Abstracts of Papers presented at the ACS meeting, please see our online guide listed below.