Molecular property links to SpringerMaterials are now in PubChem

More than 32,000 compounds in PubChem now have links to hundreds of chemical and physical properties pertinent to chemistry, material science, physics, and other related fields available from SpringerMaterials (see this press release).  These links will help you quickly locate articles for the property in question.

Chemicals with SpringerMaterials links will contain a “SpringerMaterials Properties” section in the “Chemical and Physical Properties” table of contents.  This provides a list of chemical properties available at SpringerMaterials for this compound.  For example, the following link shows the list of the material properties for benzene (Figure 1).

https://pubchem.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/compound/benzene#section=SpringerMaterials-Properties

SpringerMaterials data integration with PubChem
Figure1. The SpringerMaterials properties for benzene (CID 241) (https://pubchem.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/compound/241#section=SpringerMaterials-Properties). The 13C nuclear magnetic resonance spectrum link takes you to the entry at the SpringerMaterials site.

Clicking on one of the properties in this list directs you to the SpringerMaterials web page showing a list of articles containing detailed information on that property.  Currently, more than 32,000 compounds have links to SpringerMaterials property data.  A list of these compounds is available through the PubChem Sources page or via the PubChem Classification Browser.

The addition of Springer Materials links to PubChem assists users in finding important data and literature available for chemicals.