A Comparison of SciFinder and Scopus XXII (part 2)
In the original post, I stated:
The first unique item found by Scopus came from Biotechnology Advances. There is an article record in SciFinder, but it is missing its citation list and consequently does not have a citing link to the above article. The other unique cited reference is a Chinese-language article in Yingxiang Kexue yu Guanghuaxue/Imaging Science and Photochemistry. There is an article record in SciFinder which cites the journal as Yingxiang Kexue Yu Guang Huaxue. However, there’s no citation list and no citing link. Although the article in Chinese, all of the resources in its citation list are in English-language publications.
CAS Customer Care contacted me today (February, 6, 2012) via email with a message that stated that the citation lists have been added to both records.