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General Chemistry I - CHEM 103

This guide explains where you need to find background information, scholarly literature, the importance of incorporating this information into your paper, and how to cite it.

Research Databases

These databases will include both primary and secondary literature. Use what you've learned about the differences between primary and secondary literature to identify which type of source you have found.

The databases are listed in order of usefulness for your course. Subject-specific databases, like Agricultural Collection, may contain articles related to chemistry within that field (for example, the use of chemical pesticides in agriculture).