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Chemistry Writing - Spring 2019 (21:160:350): Forms

This guide was specifically created for Dr. Jenny Lockard's class - Spring 2019

FIRST Library Research Instruction Session: 2/13/2019

Please fill these out during the first library session on 2/13/2019:

SECOND Library Research Instruction Session: 2/20/2019

Please fill these out during the second library session on 2/20/2019:

THIRD Library Research Instruction Session: 2/27/2019

In-class exercise #3:

For your paper due in May, you are expected to use at least 7 references:

  • 5 or more peer-reviewed original research articles
  • 2 or more review articles or books

To ensure you're on your way to identifying appropriate references for that paper, your in-class exercise today consists of two components to be submitted to Dr. Lockard before you leave the class:

  1. printing out a SciFinder "report" of your Answer Set(s)
  2. printing out a JACS style bibliography of the 7 (or more) sources you've identified as possible sources to use (using EndNote, if you like)

 

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