The latest Sci-Hub working domain(Last check time:2019-03-21 16:05:01)

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  1. I just tried out Firefox Send:
    It works really well to share pdf files or any files up to 2.5 GB with a link that can be set to expire after 100 downloads or after 7 days, once you log in with your Firefox (Sync) Account.
    It may be useful here to share papers or data, and it’s great it doesn’t require a Captcha test before uploading or downloading 😀

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    1. It’s €4 to buy this paper, but I got it free through my university login:
      If only there was a way for me to set up an online tip system so I could get back some money for all the papers I post here. I still have to pay college fees!
      Please save this pdf and share with your classmates, professors etc 🙂

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    1. I was not able to get the pdf 😦
      It shows it’s Restricted Access and you need a subscription number and password to get the pdf.


  2. Hi! I can open page in México but I can’t get pdf because of 504 gateway error

    Any sci-hub working link?


    1. I tried DuckDuckGo, Google and through my university’s Google Scholar page.
      I was not able to find the pdf of this paper! 😦


      1. Cool, nice to see you used DocDroid !
        Interestingly, Wikipedia no longer allows linking to DocDroid for PDFs of research papers!


  3. The following Sci-Hub links open fine for me:
    I keep it bookmarked/saved in my bookmarks toolbar and edit the bookmark URL if one of the above links doesn’t open or opens slowly.
    Anyone reading this should also bookmark Sci-Hub so it opens with one click.
    The nice thing about Firefox is it has a Keyword section in a bookmark’s properties, so I keep a note of all the working domains there. Right now I have the .se link bookmarked and my Keyword box has .se, .tw and .fun saved as a note.
    Chrome doesn’t have this Keyword option for bookmarks.
    And personally I find the Firefox pdf viewer better than in Chrome.


      1. Phthalocyanine-based coordination polymer nanoparticles for enhanced photodynamic therapy.can you help me with it ,my email


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