Theoretical Chemistry References Search
How to use the search engine:
If you enter strings in several fields, the database entry must match
The match is case-
This search function does
support simple "and" / "or" constructs. Instead, Perl-style regular expressions must be used to specify search terms (use expressions below without quotes):
A dot will match any character in a word, e.g. "me.er" will match "Meyer" and "Meier", as well as "Burgmeyer".
To match an umlaut use two dots: "m..ller" will match "Müller" and "Mueller" but not "Miller".
"müller|meyer" will match any paper written by at least one of the two.
Note that "müller | meyer" will only match "müller " or " meyer" (note the blanks), so omit the blanks to find all relevant matches.
To find all publications written by Müller
Meyer, you need to search for "(müller.*meyer)|(meyer.*müller)"
You can specify a range of years using a search term of the form "1991-1994" or "2000-".
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