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This research guide lists selected information resources available at the Sawyer Library and on the Internet that may be helpful to students enrolled in Suffolk University's chemistry courses. Please click on the tabbed pages above to explore further.
"The book follows the structure of a scientific paper, offering suggestions on title, introduction, materials and methods, results, discussion, and abstract...The last portion of the book continues beyond the research paper, covering conference posters, review articles, popular science writing, and thesis writing. This concise guide demonstrates through good and bad examples how a well-reasoned and well-expressed argument helps focus thinking to make a memorable impact. It emphasizes knowing the audience and purpose, capturing attention, and meeting expectations." (CHOICE magazine review)