C 400 Quiz 1
Communication in Chemistry
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- The Library of Congress classification numbers
(call numbers) tend to group together in a library collection books
on similar topics.
- A program that will help you find an acceptable IUPAC name
of a compound is Autonom.
- Personal bibliography manager software lets you
easily import data from an online search into your own personal
database. Once in a program such as ProCite or EndNote, you can
print out a bibliography for an article without having to type
the entries individually.
- SciFinder Scholar is Captain Kirk's pedigreed Vegan
wolfhound in the original Star Trek.
- Chemists usually put
the title of a
journal in a standard abbreviated form when compiling a bibliography for
a primary journal article or a review article. A chemistry reference
tool to help you find the full form of an abbreviated journal
title is CASSI.
- Secondary literature sources are always less
current than the primary literature.
- It is possible that a primary article that appeared
in a chemistry journal this month may not be abstracted in the
weekly Chemical Abstracts before January 2001.
- MDL's Chime is free plug-in software that enables
Netscape or Internet Explorer to automatically load depictions of
molecules from various places on the Internet.
- The ACS Style Guide; A Manual for Authors and Editors is a very
important work for those who are writing
manuscripts to be published in American Chemical Society journals.
- Review serial tiles often appear annually and typically
have titles that begin "Advances in...," "Progress in...," etc.