More chemical content in ScienceDirect
Elsevier has introduced a new feature on ScienceDirect that improves the discoverability and usefulness of scientific chemistry content.
This added functionality seeks to enhance the value of the content for both authors and readers in chemistry.
Starting with two Elsevier chemistry journals, authors are invited to submit structure (MOL) files of their key compounds alongside their articles.
Elsevier will use these structure files to add compound identifiers – International Chemical Identifier (InChI) keys – to the article, increasing the discoverability of both the article and its key compounds on ScienceDirect.
In addition, the structure files are used to visually display all key compounds of the article in a single scrollable list, with additional functionality such as links to Reaxys, Elsevier’s web-based chemistry database, and Google.
Press release in KnowledgeSpeak