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In recent decades, chemists and material scientists have made tremendous advances in the development and application of inorganic compounds, especially compounds for commercial applications. New compounds have been synthesized, new uses for older compounds have emerged, and new methods in synthesis and manufacturing have been developed. Tracking down critical data about new or newly important inorganic compounds can still be difficult and time-consuming. Now scientists and researchers have essential information about 5,000 key compounds at their fingertips in Properties of Inorganic Compounds, a flexible, powerful new electronic database.Compounds in the database were carefully selected for their importance in current applications or their potential uses as precursors in preparing materials. For each compound, the database includes fundamental information, including numerical values, descriptive data, and information on uses. Even current industry and research trends are included in this complete resource. All this critical data, formerly found in many diverse sources, is now only a keystroke away.System requirements: IBM 486 or higher compatible computer with 40MB hard disk (12MB free capacity), 4MB RAM, VGA Monitor (color), MS DOS 3. 3 or higher, Windows? 3.1 or higher or Windows 95, external or internal CD-ROM drive. (Will normally run to a lower performance standard on IBM 386 and/or less hard disk and RAM capacity than those stated above)