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The Beilstein Journal of Organic Chemistry offers a simple full text search field and an advanced search option. The simple full text search allows searching for one or more search terms or a phrase in the whole article irrespective of its appearance in the title, abstract, main text or elsewhere in the paper. The advanced search option allows the user to search for a word or a phrase explicitly in any of the following search fields:

  • Full Text
  • Authors
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  • DOI
  • Keywords
  • Article Type
  • Publication Date

In the advanced search entries in several search fields can be combined to one query. Multiple fields will be linked to form a combined query with the operator "and". Only articles which match all the search terms will be displayed as result of the combined search.
The result of a search, irrespective of the search field used, is a list of articles which contains the search term in the corresponding section.
On the search result page you can select "New Search" to open a new empty advanced search page or "Modify Search" to open the advanced search page showing the latest search terms for modification.

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Query examples Explanation
aromatic Search for all articles which contain the word "aromatic" in the corresponding search field.
aromatic aldehyde Search for all articles which contain the words "aromatic" or "aldehyde" or both in the corresponding search field.
(+aromatic +aldehydes) Search for all articles which contain both words "aromatic" and "aldehydes" in the corresponding search field.
(+aromatic -aldehydes) Search for all articles which contain the word "aromatic" but not the word "aldehydes" in the corresponding search field.
"aromatic aldehydes" Search for all articles which contain the exact phrase "aromatic aldehydes" in the corresponding search field.
benz* Search for all articles containing words in the corresponding search field which begin with "benz", such as "benzene" or "benzyl".
benz*yl Search for all articles containing words in the corresponding search field that are beginning with "benz" and are ending with "yl", such as "benzyl" or "benzoyl".
benzyl~ Search for all articles which contain words in the corresponding search field that are close to the word "benzyl", such as "benzoyl".

Advanced Search: Explanation of Search Fields

Full Text If all sections of an article are to be searched the "Full Text" search field must be used.
Authors Authors can be searched for by their last (family) name or by their full name, for example, "Ritter" as last (family) name or "Helmut Ritter" as full name. When searching for a full name the whole entry should be entered with quotation marks. A search for the full name without quotation marks results in a list of articles regarding authors named "Helmut" or "Ritter" or "Helmut Ritter".
Title The titles of all articles published in the Beilstein Journal of Organic Chemistry are indexed and searchable using this search field.
Abstract The textual abstracts of all articles published in the Beilstein Journal of Organic Chemistry are indexed and searchable using this search field.
DOI All digital object identifiers (DOIs) of articles published in the Beilstein Journal of Organic Chemistry up to volume 4, article 9 are of the form as given in the following example: 10.1186/1860-5397-4-9
Starting with volume 4, article 10 all DOIs of the articles published in the Beilstein Journal of Organic Chemistry are of the form as given in the following example: 10.3762/bjoc.4.10
Keywords This search field allows to search for articles with indexed keywords.
Article Type For the Beilstein Journal of Organic Chemistry six different article types exist. These are "Full Research Paper", "Letter", "Review", "Editorial", "Book Report" and "Commentary". Up to the first half of volume 6 the article type "Letter" was called "Preliminary Communication".
Publication Date With this search field the search result may be limited to a special time range either by entries in the "Publication From" and "Publication To" field or by choosing only one of these fields. The calendar icons at the right side of the fields help choosing the date. The entry must fulfill the convention given in the following example "01 Jul 2016".

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