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CHMC47 Bio-Organic Chemistry

This guide will help students enrolled in CHMC47 Bio-Organic Chemistry to complete assignments, specifically the Literature Searching Assignment and installing relevant chemistry software.

Search or browsing within a Journal

1. To search or browse within a specific journal, you need to know the journal name.

What if you just have an acronym? 

This only works for common abbreviations.  If the abbreviation is uncommon, try looking it up in one of these sources:

If none of these methods work try Google Scholar or ask your librarian (contact information on the left)

2. Type the acronym (or full journal title) into the Catalogue or e-Journals search boxes on the library homepage:

catalogue search for JACS


3. View the results. Select the link for the current issues of the journal.

JACS catalogue search result

4. Now you can either browse through the contents of the journal or use the webpage's search function to search within the journal.