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Chemistry 30 A & B: How do I find articles?

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Videos to Get You Started!

Click the tabs below to locate the two videos and key features to learn more about library databases.

What is Scholarly / Peer-Reviewed Articles?

8 stick figures with the words peer evaluationPeer-reviewed articles go through a process which an author's peers (researchers and scholars in the field) read and evaluate the paper/article.  It is an indicator of quality scholarship in a discipline. 

Limit Your Results to Just Scholarly / Peer-Reviewed Articles!

Click the "Peer Reviewed" checkbox before you press "Search".

Peer reviewed check box as found in a database

cartoon image of a surprised face saying wowLibrary databases will...

Image of a check mark...provide you more search terms to try. 
After pressing "Search", find more search terms under "Subject".

 

Image of a check mark...generate citations in APA format.
Click an article title and then find the "Cite" button. Always double check for accuracy.

 

Image of a check mark...download, email, print, & save your full-text article.  
Discover which one works best to get you organized.

 

Explore the databases to find these features and more. Happy searching!

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