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Chemistry: News, Books, Articles, etc.

Tips and resources for research related to chemistry.

Reference Books

Article Databases

Use these databases to find scholarly publications in the Natural and Pysical Sciences:

Additional Resources

ACS Style

Use the American Chemical Society style for your chemistry citations.

Citations Have Two Parts.

  1. In-Text Citation: Always refer to your source at the point at which you use an idea, fact, or wording that isn’t your own. For example, this is a paraphrase (a summary in your own words) of a passage from a book followed by the in-text citation: 
  2. Bibliographic Citation: This is the complete citation with all the details about the source. It goes into an ordered list (either numeric or alphabetical by author) list at the back of your paper. 
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