University of Helsinki has access to SpringerMaterials –database until the end of February 2022.
SpringerMaterials provides curated data and advanced functionalities to support research in materials science, physics, chemistry, engineering, and other related fields.
- A comprehensive database covering multiple material classes, property types, and applications
- Enhanced data visualization features display interactive crystal structures, data tables, and phase diagrams with export options for further analysis
- Search functions optimized for materials science like elemental composition or chemical structure searching to quickly find material property data
- Trusted and curated resource with thousands of materials science experts ensuring high data quality
The following collections are included:
Landolt – Börnstein
Inorganic Solid Phases
SpringerMaterials you can also find in Helka-database.
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