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PCTFULL: Free test of the numeric property search feature

11. May 2011

Test the new numeric property search feature in the patent full-text database PCTFULL free of charge up to 100 EUR (100 USD).

The numeric property search in PCTFULL allows you to limit your search to

  • particles in the nanoscale (SIZ< 100 nm)
  • catalytic reactions at low temperatures (e.g. TEMP=5°C to 10°C)
  • mixtures of a certain percentage range (e.g.  20 %<PER<30 %)
  • many other useful properties.

Search more precisely – retrieve more relevant documents – save time and money!

Share your experience of numeric property searching in PCTFULL with us and get a discount up to 100 EUR (100 USD) per LoginID in either May or June 2011.

Please note: LoginID holders of the STN Columbus Service Center please refer to the following link: how it works.

For LoginID holders of the STN Karlsruhe Service Center the following rules apply:

1) Search for numeric properties in PCTFULL.
2) Fill in the PCTFULL questionnaire and share your experience with us.
3) We will provide you with a credit memo. (STN Karlsruhe LoginID holders only)
4) Deduct the credit amount from your next STN invoice.

Access the questionnaire

More information about the PCTFULL numeric property search

e-Seminars “Numeric property searching in PCTFULL” on 18 May 2011 and 2 June 2011.