The CRC Handbook of Chemistry and Physics contains much of the most frequently used data in science, including the periodic table of the elements, basic constants and units, and geophysical data. It features fully searchable, interactive tables and reference sections on everything from aqueous solubility of organic compounds to flash point data of common substances.
A database of over 10,000 significant chemicals, drugs, and biological substances, containing physical property data, safety data, literature references, and structures. The Merck Index also includes Organic Name Reactions, which describes organic chemical reactions which have come to be recognized and referred to by name within the chemistry community.
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