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CHM 3190 - Chemical Literature and Composition: Journals

This guide contains relevant links to information resources, in-class exercises, out of class assignments, and supplemental materials for the chemical information literacy sessions of CHM 3190.

The Peer Review Process (American Chemical Society)

Starting Activity

Do NOT pay for this publication, but try to access the entire full text of it.

Yan, X.; Li, X.; Wang, Y..; Coe, J.; Dai, Y.; Yan, X.; Zhao, D., Xu, X. Iminyl-Radical-Mediated C–C Cleavage/Amination and Alkene Iminoamination Enabled by Visible-Light-Induced Cerium Catalysis. ACS Sustainable Chem. Eng. 20219 (1), 101-105. DOI:10.1021/acssuschemeng.0c07850

We will discuss the process after you have had a chance to try it.

Activity - Characteristics of Peer Reviewed and Non Peer Reviewed Journals

Handouts for Journals Class Session

DOI (Digital Object Identifier)

DOIs are often used as unique identifiers and stable / permanent access points for journal articles.

From DOI.org's Key Facts on Digital Object Identifier System (under the heading Scope):

Journal title abbreviations

Journal Citation Reports

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