UV/Vis+ Photochemistry Database

Courtesy: Elisabeth Noelle Fund for Scientific Data Exchange (non omnis moriar)

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UV/Vis+Photochemistry Database / Subscription

The science-softCon "UV/Vis+ Photochemistry Database" is the worldwide largest collection of EUV-VUV-UV-Vis-NIR spectral data and other photochemical information (e.g. quantum yields, photolysis studies) from published peer-reviewed papers (database-development). Please find some good reasons for subscription.

The following access types for the on-line "UV/Vis+ Spectra Data Base" are available. All access types includes a free copy of the latest "UV/Vis+ Spectra Data Base - CD-ROM (save up to 240 EURO!). If  you have any questions or need a quote please contact our helpdesk

Access Type Access mode Price Valid
Academic Working Group Access Access via password 200.00 EURO 1 year
Academic Campus Wide Access Access via IP number 400.00 EURO 1 year
Academic Campus Wide Access/One-Time Registration Access via IP number 950.00 EURO unlimited
Commercial Access Access via IP number or password 500.00 EURO 1 year
Commercial long-term Access Access via IP number or password 1000.00 EURO 5 years
Short-Term Access (no CD-ROM included) Access via IP number or password 100.00 EURO 2 months

To order contact our helpdesk.

New initiative "Share Photochemical Data & Information, Find Answers"”

This initiative should develop the photochemical database towards a photochemical data sharing platform. The advantage of such a photochemical 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 photochemical data within the database. In addition the photochemical database gets more and more interdisciplinary usable. So every user can benefit from the database especially if their University/Governmental Organization 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.