If you're writing a research paper about a topic related to biochemistry, consult this guide for suggestions on where to look for sources, how to evaluate scholarly vs. popular, and how to cite sources.
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1908-current. Chemical Abstracts via SciFinder Scholar is a comprehensive index to pure and applied chemistry literature including journal articles and structure information. It is accessible to Middlebury users from any on-campus or off-campus computer. Before using SciFinder (Web version) for the first time, you must create an account from an on-campus computer.
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