Fall 2001 – chemistry 20

This assignment is to be completed in the Chemistry Library at the University of Illinois in 170 Noyes Lab.
Information about the chemistry library (including hours) can be found on its web page:
here will be a sheet for you to sign-in when you enter the library and sign-out
when you leave. Please ask for the Parkland College sign-in sheet at the circulation desk. If you have any
questions about how to perform a search, please ask one of the librarians at the library. They will be able to help
Reference format: When writing citations, use the ACS format (found in the ACS Style Guide). For journal
articles, a citation should have the following format: Author, L. M. Journal, Year, volume, pages. The journal
should be abbreviated; a list of abbreviations can be found on the Web of Science homepage or in the ACS Style
Don’t forget to sign-in! If you forget, you will receive a zero on this assignment.
Part I: Web of Science (Science Citation Index) (4 points)
Directions: Once on the web site, choose to search “topics”. Only use the Science Citation Index (all years).
A. Topic Search (Please limit your search to the science citation index.)
1.) Find the number of articles written about NSAIDS. a. Write the citation for the article by Kim, et. al. on the effects of a sustained drug release b. How many times is this article cited? (Click on the article title, then on “view d. Find the number of articles that cite the article by Chen, Ushida & Tateishi: e. What is the title of the article by Pan & Ding that cites the article by Chen, Ushida & Tateishi? (Click on the number of “Times Cited”) 2.) Find the number of articles written about anti-malarial drugs: search, use “malaria drugs” as your topic) Part II: SciFinder Web Version (Chemical Abstracts Online) (6 points) You will need to register for the site to have access. You will be asked to provide your name & email – your name must be your name in the Parkland system (in Cobra), and your email must be your Parkland email: NOTE: If you have registered for SciFinder previously, you should be able to use the same username & password you had previously – just go straight to the logging in step – you shouldn’t need to reregister. Make sure you use Internet Explorer (not Firefox) as your browser when you access SciFinder. A. Research Topic Search (Click on Explore References, then Research Topic.) 1.) Find the number of articles that are about NSAIDS. (Use “NSAIDS” as your topic.) b. Containing the concept of “NSAIDS”. c. How do these numbers compare to the number of articles found in Part I, section A, question d. If the answer in part c is not “the same”, give two possible reasons for this discrepancy. 2.) Refine your results to only those articles that also refer to arthritis by selecting the containing “NSAIDS” and containing the concept of “NSAIDS” results and clicking on “get references”. Click on the refine tab, then select “research topic.” Enter arthritis and click on “Refine”. 3.) Now, do the same search for articles about arthritis and NSAIDS by starting over as a new task (click on “Explore References”, then “research topic”) and use “using NSAIDS for arthritis” as your research topic. Find the number of articles that are about using NSAIDS for arthritis. a. Articles with the two concepts closely associated: 4.) Select the closely associated articles and those containing both concepts and click on “get references.” Refine your results to only those articles in English by clicking on “refine”, then language and selecting English. B. Structure & Reaction Search (Click on Explore Reactions): You may see a pop-up box that asks you to allow an applet to run – make sure you allow the applet, or you won’t be able to complete questions 1 & 2. 1.) How many articles are there on reactions producing an acid chloride? (Build the following structure in the build view (click on image box or “click to edit” to get here), select “reaction” in the side bar, then click on the B box in the tools menu (second column). Now, select your structure and select “product”. “Product” should now be under your structure. Select “substructures of more complex structures” and click “OK”. Make sure that “substructure” is selected as the search type, then click on “search”.) 2.) How many of the above reactions start from a carboxylic acid? select “reaction structure”. Click on the image to access the build view, then build the following in front of your structure above. Add the reaction arrow. You should now see the words “reactant/reagent” under the carboxylic acid and ”product” under the acid halide. Macke sure that “substructures of more complex structures” is selected. Click on “OK”, then “refine”.) 3.) What is the structure for Celebrex? Draw it below: (“Explore Substances”, then “substance identifier.” Type “Celebrex” in the box and click “search”.) 4.) How many articles are there on Celebrex? (Select the structure, click on “get references”, then select “selected substance” and “additional, related references.”) 5.) How many articles are there on the synthesis of Celebrex? get back to the structure of Celebrex. Now, click on “get reactions” and select “selected substances” and “product.”) 6.) How many of these articles are journal articles and how many are from patents? Click on the 7.) For more information about the journal articles, click on “journal.” Now find the article written in Tett. Lett , 2011, 52, 6000-6002. Click on the journal name to get more information about the article.
Who is the first author of this article? A. Perform one search on a possible research topic for your paper. You may use either SciFinder Scholar or the Science Citation Index to perform the search. 2.) What type of search did you perform? 3.) What key words did you use for your search? 5.) Cite one article that you may possibly use in your research paper. B. What kind of search would be best suited to the Web of Science? C. What kind of search would be best suited to SciFinder Scholar?

Source: http://natsci.parkland.edu/che/205/project/library_assignment_S13.pdf

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