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Chemical Engineering: Find Articles

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Determine peer-review

It can be intimidating to read a technical peer-reviewed article. It can also be difficult to determine which articles are peer-reviewed. Here are some tips that may help you:

-What are the authors' affiliations? Do they have PhDs? Do they currently work in an academic/research institution? 

-Do you see a series of dates (submitted on... accepted on...) anywhere? How current is the issue? Is that important?

-Does the paper conform to traditional scientific journal format, (abstract, intro/literature review, methods, results, discussion, conclusion)?

-Is there a rather long list of references?

-Are there acknowledgments to reviewers, grants, or contributors?

-Does the article look "boring"? Compare it to something like Time or National Geographic.

If you can answer yes to most of these questions you probably have a peer-reviewed journal. If you are having difficulty you can contact a librarian and we would love to help you!

Newspaper articles

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The current week of The New York Times in print is available at Moon Library's main service desk.

Electronic Newspapers

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Don't have a citation?

Begin searching for articles by first choosing a database. Databases contain collections of articles. Listed below are selected databases useful for paper and bioprocess engineering.  You may also browse databases by name here.