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Spectral Data & Information, Find Answers”
This initiative should develope the spectral (photochemical) database towards a spectral (photochemical) data sharing platform. The advantage of such a spectral data sharing platform is that the more scientists provide their data for inclusion into the database the better is the chance for all users to find specific spectral data within the database. In addition the spectral database gets more and more interdisciplinary usable. So every user can benefit from the database especially if their University/Governmental Organisation has permanent access to the database.
If your University/Governmental Organization would like to join this inititiative or if you need more information please contact our helpdesk or your local librarian.
Development of the database
content 2000 - 2017
presentation at EGU General Assembly 2010 (02.05. - 07.05.2010, Vienna,
UV/Vis+ Spectra Data Base
article in IUPAC Journal "Chemistry
International" (November/December 2010)
UV/Vis+ Spectra Data Base
article in European Photochemistry Association "Newsletter"
registration for university libraries and libraries of governmental
To minimize the bureaucratically expenditure a one-time registration for university libraries and governmental organizations is possible from now on. However, we do charge a one time registration fee of 950 EURO for such institutions to help maintain this non-profit service to the scientific community. So, a one-off expense, which includes the latest issue of the “UV/Vis+ Spectra Data Base” CD-ROM series, will provide your institution permanent access to this fast growing database via IP-number. Please note that the database is more than 10 years on-line and in permanent progress, additional spectra/datasheets will be added continuously. For more information please contact our helpdesk.
You can check if your organization has already permanent access to the database and benefit from the future developments of this fast growing database (updated once a week).
The 11th Edition (2017) of the CD-ROM "UV/Vis+ Spectra Data Base" (Editors: A. Noelle, G.K. Hartmann, A. Fahr, D. Lary, Y.-P. Lee, P. Limao-Vieira, R. Locht, F.J. Martin-Torres, K. McNeill, J.J. Orlando, F. Salama, A.-C. Vandaele, R.P. Wayne and M. Brunger; ISBN 978-3-00-055351-6) is available. You will find more information on CD-ROMs.
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