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CHEM 105: Physical Chemistry Laboratory: SciFinder - Hydrolysis of Methyl Acetate

Resources to help you find articles and data for your physical chemistry lab experiments. Shortcut:

SciFinder - Hydrolysis of Methyl Acetate

Using SciFinder to find articles about the hydrolysis of methyl acetate. SciFinder covers ~10,000 science journals in chemistry and all related sciences.

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Search using natural language, because SciFinder will identify references with your words exactly as you enter them. You can also limit searches by language and document type.


Select the research result sets to view. References where your topic was found exactly as you entered it will appear first. References where concepts were closely associated can mean  your concepts are in the same sentence, or that another word is used in the reference to express the same concept.
View the results. Note references "as entered" and references where concepts are "closely associated."
Find an interesting reference. You'll get the citation, abstract, and additional information about the article like  concepts and  substances. If this is for a journal article, "Get Full Text" will connect you to .
Get the article. In most cases, you will get to the article online. Or you can check to see if we have the article in print. If we don't have the article, you will see a "Request It" option on the  menu.