CAS# Batch: Using lists of CAS Registry Numbers to find commercially available chemicals in ChemACX
Locate available chemicals in ChemACX and create lists from various sources.
CAS Registry Numbers are ubiquitous in many published databases, and it is sometimes useful to be able to locate a list of compounds by searching for their CAS Registry Numbers. We have recently added this capability to ChemACX, so that a comma-delimited list of CAS Registry Numbers can be used in a search. This video demonstrates this added search capability, and describes how to create these CAS Registry Number lists from various sources.
- Typing in an “OR” list of CAS#’s in ChemACX (no text file needed)
- Wildcarding for catalog numbers, but not for CAS#’s
- Searching for a batch of CAS#’s from a TXT file
- Creating a CAS# file from ChemINDEX search results, via ChemDraw/Excel
- Creating a CAS# file from a ChemFinder database
- Creating a CAS# file from Inventory reports
- Creating a CAS# file from ChemDraw’s expanded generic structure
- Using a CAS# file in ChemACX to load a Shopping Cart
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- Using lists of CAS Registry Numbers to find commercially available chemicals in ChemACX
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- Making lists of CAS Registry Numbers from Chemical Inventory
- 15 Min