science-softCon UV/Vis+ Spectra Data Base (UV/Vis+ Photochemistry Database)

New initiative "Share Spectral Data & Information, Find Answers”
This initiative should
develope the spectral (photochemical) database towards a spectral (photochemical) data sharing platform. The advantage of such a spectral data sharing platform is that the more scientists provide their data for inclusion into the database the better is the chance for all users to find specific spectral data within the database. In addition the spectral database gets more and more interdisciplinary usable. So every user can benefit from the database especially if their University/Governmental Organization has permanent access to the database.
If your University/Governmental Organization would like to join this inititiative or if you need more information please contact our
helpdesk or your local librarian. Development of the database content since August 2000.

List of universities/governmental organizations which have campus-wide full access to the on-line "UV/Vis+ Spectra Data Base" (via IP-number authentication). If you need more information concerning the one-time registration (permanent unlimited access; 950 EURO) or the academic campus registration (1 year unlimited access; 500 EURO) please contact our helpdesk or your librarian.

Click on the relevant organization and access the on-line database (IP-number authentication):



University of Liege



Université de Rennes 1



Fraunhofer Institut für Physikalische Messtechnik

Technische Universitaet Clausthal

Umweltforschungszentrum Leipzig

Universitaet Bonn

Universitaet Hannover

Universitaet Kiel



University College Cork



Universidade Nova de Lisboa


Saudi Arabia

King Abdullah University of Science & Technology



Instituto de Astrofísica de Andalucía - CSIC

Universidad de Sevilla





ETH Zurich





Cornell University

Michigan State University (MSU)


Stanford University

United States Environmental Protection Agency, EPA

Wadsworth Center, NYS Department of Health


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