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Chemistry: Journal Info

Library help for Chemistry Students

Is this journal reputable? - Think, check, submit.

The intended audience of this video is researchers selecting a journal in which to publish, but  you should also use this same process when deciding whether a journal is reputable before you cite it.  Obviously, you still need to evaluate any individual article you use to ensure that the methods and conclusions in it are sound and logical, but use caution in order to avoid citing articles published in questionable or predatory journals.

Evaluating Journals

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How do I get an article if Wright State does not have it?

If you use the  Find It button and there is no full text, you can request the article for free through interlibrary loan.