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5 Key Tips for Chemists: 4. Identify yourself and your work!

Enhance discovery of your work!

1. Publication identifiers (DOIs) 

DOI: 10.1021/acscentsci.5b00187
(Zheng, T. et al. ACS Cent Sci. 20151, 270-8.)

DataDOI: http://dx.doi.org/10042/to-1354
(Hines S. (2008). C 2 H 6 . [Gaussian job archive] Imperial College London.)

2. Author identifiers (ORCIDs)  

ORCID: 0000-0003-2968-1674
(Leah McEwen)

3. Chemical identifiers (InChIs)  

InChI Key: WSFSSNUMVMOOMR-UHFFFAOYSA-N
‚Äč(Formaldehyde)

How to use identifiers in your work:

  • Validate papers associated with your name
  • Tag records with chemical identifiers
  • Connect figures to supplemental data files
  • Automate search queries over several chemical forms
  • Include in your publications
    • Manuscripts
    • Data files
    • Presentations
    • CVs
    • Websites
    • Database records
    • Notebooks
    • Profile managers

Can you find THIS JOURNAL?

E. Willighagen, May 4, 2016 

 

Using DOIs

  CrossRef DOI Resolver Tool
Please enter the doi that you want to resolve. If you encounter errors, please notify support@crossref.org. DOI:


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Format full references from DOIs in hundreds of publisher styles:  
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Try Searching!

Examples:

1. To Google a chemical compound (InChI Key):

https://www.google.com/search?q=HEFNNWSXXWATRW-UHFFFAOYSA-N

2. When you are looking for a certain compound in a published data set (InChI Key)*:

http://search.datacite.org/ui?q=alternateIdentifier:
InChIKey:CULPUXIDFLIQBT-UHFFFAOYSA-N

3. When you are looking for a certain data depositor (ORCID), and isomers of molecular formula C9H11N5O3 (partial InChI)*:

http://search.datacite.org/ui?q=ORCID:0000-0002-8635-8390+alternateIdentifier:
InChI\:InChI=1S\/C9H11N5O3*

* Adapted from: Rzepa, H. S. http://doi.org/bchx

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