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The new SpringerMaterials – The Landolt-Börnstein Database, from Springer Science+Business Media, is described as the largest content platform of selected and critically assessed data in all areas of physical sciences and engineering. It contains 91,000 online documents, 165,000 substances and materials systems, 3,000 properties and more than one million literature references.

The new resource promises user-friendly, full-text search, advanced search features and tailor-made keyword searches for speedy and smart drilling down into Landolt-Börnstein’s rich content. It also offers an enriched metadata backbone, thesaurus-enabled data mining and deep indexing.

SpringerMaterials was developed for scientists in academia and research departments in industry sectors such as industrial metals, semiconductors, electrical and electronic engineering, chemicals, aerospace and defence, and oil and gas. At launch, SpringerMaterials includes the complete Landolt-Börnstein New Series plus 40,000 REACH documents. In the future, more content and related databases will be added on a quarterly basis.