CAS Common Chemistry in 2021: Expanding Access to Trusted Chemical Information for the Scientific Community

@article{Jacobs2022CASCC,
  title={CAS Common Chemistry in 2021: Expanding Access to Trusted Chemical Information for the Scientific Community},
  author={Andrea Jacobs and Dustin Williams and Katherine Hickey and Nathan Patrick and Antony J. Williams and Stuart Chalk and Leah R McEwen and Egon Willighagen and Martin Walker and Evan E. Bolton and Gabriel Sinclair and Adam Sanford},
  journal={Journal of Chemical Information and Modeling},
  year={2022},
  volume={62},
  pages={2737 - 2743}
}
CAS Common Chemistry (https://commonchemistry.cas.org/) is an open web resource that provides access to reliable chemical substance information for the scientific community. Having served millions of visitors since its creation in 2009, the resource was extensively updated in 2021 with significant enhancements. The underlying dataset was expanded from 8000 to 500,000 chemical substances and includes additional associated information, such as basic properties and computer-readable chemical… 
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