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Trial Access

Access is temporary! Access is available on the JKU campus only and from RISC. In general, there is no remote access. If access is extended, please see
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Trial Access - Databases

AMBOSS Knowledge and Learning Platform
Trial access for the Johannes Kepler University (JKU) and the Kepler Universitätsklinikum (KUK)
Information on Registration and Background

 

SoS : Science of Synthesis - Houben-Weyl Methods of Molecular Transformations
Trial access to December 15, 2017
SoS the revised version and continuation of Houben-Weyl.
There are approximately 48,000 pages focusing on about 38,000 methods in organic chemistry, 240,000 reactions, and approx. 800,000 structures, based on primary sources going back to the beginning of the 19th century.
The electronic version of "Science of Synthesis" offers the following search possibilities:
Substructural search, exact structure search, reaction search, keyword search, and full-text search.
When searching, you can search for phrases such as allyl cation by adding quotation marks (example: "allyl cation").

 

unalex - Portal to International Law
Trial access on a test basis available at the JKU to December 31, 2017.
unalex is a multilingual legal information system. The focus is on European international private and civil procedural law and international unity law. unalex is a source of Europe-wide information. At the same time, unalex is a platform for European literature on international unity law.
(The cited decision texts in the The European Legal Forum in unalex are easy to find and read. This is available during the trial access in 2017.)

 



Trial Access to Online Periodicals

(There is currently no trial access.)



Trial Access - eBooks

RAS - Rights, Action, and Social Responsibility by De Gruyter
Trial access to December 2017
A large number of scientific publications from a total of nine program areas will be made freely accessible by De Gruyter and a number of well-known university publishers to the end of 2017.
The freely accessible material includes subject areas such as constitutional history, dissent, truth & ethics, environmental studies, gender studies, geopolitics, human rights, immigration & urbanism as well as Islamic sciences..
The program includes over 500 books and selected journal articles from Columbia University Press, Cornell University Press, Harvard University Press, Princeton University Press, University of Pennsylvania Press, Transcript Publishing, and De Gruyter.
External access is also available.

 

Physics World Discovery
The Institute of Physics (IOP) has announced a series of new content available free of charge until the end of the year. The first publications are available for download.