Abstract - A brief overview of what the article is about and why the authors did the experiment.
Introduction - Gives you the motivation and importance of the study, includes background information.
Literature Review - Reviews previous work on this topic that this article builds upon.
Methods - How the experiment was carried out.
Results - This is the raw data from the experiment. There will be charts and tables.
Discussion - The reasons for the conclusion.
Conclusion, Implication or Summary - This section discusses the meaning and implications of the research.
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There is typically an abstract for the article. Ask a librarian to request the full text of the article. Additionally, check out the Cited by link to find resources that utilized that one in their bibliography.
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It provides contextual information on hundreds of today's most significant science topics. What's included?
There is background reference content along with full-text magazines, academic journals, news articles, experiments, images, videos, and audio files.