Using Two Screens and the Tools in Microsoft Access

 to Compare Rarely Used Chemicals with Well-Known Chemicals

7-Diethylaminocoumarin on the left screen is compared to Coumarin on the right screen.

 

This is a screenshot to show more detail in the two screens.

 

Lithium tetrafluoroborate on the left screen is compared to Potassium tetrafluoroborate on the right screen.

 

This is a screenshot to show more detail in the two screens.

 

This is a detailed screenshot of the Potassium tetrabluoroborate record in Microsoft Access.

 

While looking at a new chemical on one screen, 

filter the database by a category on the other screen and look at the chemicals one at a time 

to see if any of them have structures similar to the new chemical.

 

 

While looking at a new chemical on one screen, 

filter the database by an element in the formula on the other screen

(e.g. all chemicals containing the symbol for gold: "au")

to see if any of them have structures similar to the new chemical.

 

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