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1 NOTE: To change the image on this slide, select the picture and delete it. Then click the Pictures icon in the placeholder to insert your own image. By Kenneth Lim Tools for your Chemistry Research 16 th January 2015

2 Session Outline 1. 7 NUS Libraries 2. NUS Libraries portal & services for graduate students 3. Citations 4. Essential resources for chemistry FindMore Scopus Web of Science* EndNoteX7* Journal Citation Report SciFinder Reaxys* 5. Additional Library Tools & Utilities * hands-on

3 7 NUS Libraries… a. Central Library b. Chinese Library c. C J Koh Law Library (Bukit Timah campus) d. Hon Sui Sen Memorial Library e. Medical Library f. Music Library g. Science Library

4 Loan entitlement: 30 items Loan period: 28 days ( for main shelves books ) Online renewal: 3X Document Delivery Services (DDS) InterLibrary Loans IntraLibrary Loans More info on loans entitlement: library-members?pageBefore=Graduate%20Students Extra Library services for graduate students

5 NUS Libraries’ portal (www.lib.nus.edu.sg)www.lib.nus.edu.sg

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7 Authors Title Publisher & publication place Publication year Anastas, P. T.; Warner, J. C. Green Chemistry: Theory and Practice; Oxford University Press: Oxford, Identify the source of a citation (ACS style)

8 Authors Chapter Title Publication year Stepl, B. A.; George, K. F. Antifreezes and Deicing Fluids. In Kirk- Othmer Encyclopedia of Chemical Technology; 4th Ed. Howe-Grant, M., Ed. Wiley Interscience: New York, Publisher & publication place Book Title

9 Authors Publication year, volume, issue Journal Title Article page Deno, N. C.; Richey, H. G.; Liu, J. S.; Lincoln, D. N.; Turner, J. O. J. Amer. Chem. Soc. 1965, 87,

10 Avoid Plagiarism… 10 More information: Home > Academic ethics > Plagiarism

11 Essential resources for chemistry 3

12 EndNote X7 3 To install EndNoteX7: Collect Organize Insert Format

13 EndNote Library Microsoft MS Word 2010/2013 Citation sources Output Input a. Direct export b. Import text file c. Online search d. Import PDF file e. Manual entry Cite While You Write (CWYW) EndNote X7 Workflow 3

14 Create an EndNote Library a. Click on File > New... to create a new library b. Enter a filename (.enl) c. Select location to save the library (e.g. Desktop) a. Click Save

15 Let’s try FindMore tent.php?pid=333052&sid= FindMore guide

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22 Scopus 3  > 19,000 Peer-reviewed Journals. Includes > 1,800 Open access journals  Conference proceedings, web resources, patents, trade publications, and book series.  49 million records 28 million records with references back to million records pre-1996 which go back as far as 1823  Worldwide coverage > 50% of the content originating from Europe, Latin America and the Asia-Pacific region.  100% coverage of Medline titles.  Updated daily

23 Web of Science 3 Web of Science TM Core Collection Journal Citation Report BIOSIS Previews Zoological Records Other databases

24 It includes:  Science Citation Index Expanded (1900-present)  Social Sciences Citation Index (1900-present)  Arts & Humanities Citation Index (1975-present)  Conference Proceedings Citation Index- Science (1990-present)  Conference Proceedings Citation Index- Social Science & Humanities (1990-present) SCI fully indexes over 8,500 major journals across 150 disciplines, > 40 million records Keep up to date with what it published in your field via search alerts Seamless access to EndNote Updated weekly. Web of Science TM Core Collection 3

25 Graphene-metal nanocomposite as electrocatalysts for energy conversion reactions Let’s try Web of Science

26 1. Identify the keywords in your topic 2. Find the synonyms of the keyword 3. Look for different variations of the keyword e.g. Electrocataly* Go to Web of Science Graphene-metal nanocomposite as electrocatalysts for energy conversion reactions Nanocomposite, nanoparticle electrocatalysis, electrocatalysts, electrocatalyst, electrocatalytic Electro* Electrolyte Electronics X

27 4. Use Boolean operators 5. Construct the search statement Go to Web of Science (Graphene* AND metal* AND (nanocomposite* OR nanoparticle*) AND electrocataly*) AND – Use to find records containing all terms separated by the operator OR - Use to find records containing any of the terms separated by the operator

28 EndNoteX7 Library Features Remove Duplicates References > Find Duplicates Delete Unwanted References Select references, then, References > Move References to Trash Note: To delete References permanently, References > Empty Trash Attach Files (PDF, images, etc) to a reference Select a reference, References > File Attachments > Attach File... Import PDF files (with DOI number) to a reference Select a reference, File > Import > File then select your PDF file Import option > select “PDF” > import

29 EndNoteX7 Library Features Synchronize with EndNote web* Edit > preference > Sync Mark references as read and unread in EndNote library Select references, then, Right click > Mark unread [or] Mark read references with PDF attachment from EndNote Highlight the reference > click on the symbol * Sync limits: records or 5000 groups or 5GB attachment

30 EndNoteX7 in MS Word 2013

31 a. In Microsoft MS Word 2013, place cursor at insertion point. b. Look for the EndNote X7 toolbar:- For MS Word 2013, click on the button Insert Citation Click Find Citation... In the dropdown menu. c. The EndNoteX7 Library will open. d. Enter the search term in the Find box and click the Search button. e. Click on the reference to select the term and click the Insert button. Cite While You Write: Searching References in MS Word 2013

32 a. In an EndNote X7 library, highlight a reference b. In Microsoft MS Word 2013, place cursor at insertion point. c. Look for the EndNote X7 toolbar:- For MS Word 2013, click on the button “Insert Citation” Click “Insert Selected Citation(s)” d. The reference is inserted Editing Citations in MS Word 2013

33 Cite While You Write: Citing References in MS Word 2013 a. For MS Word 2013, click on “Edit & Manage Citation(s)“ b. Select the reference which is to be removed and click “Remove” c. The reference will be removed and all other references will be automatically re-arranged

34 Change Reference Style a.In Microsoft MS Word 2013, look for the EndNote X7 toolbar For MS Word 2013, go to Style: > Select another style b.Under Select another style… c.Select the desired journal style from the list. e.g. ACS (American Chemical Society) d.The references are now re-formatted.

35 Journal Citation Reports  A comprehensive and unique resource that allows you to evaluate and compare journals  It makes use of citation and article counts entirely from the Web of Science ® databases Point to note: It is not possible to obtain a JCR impact factor of a journal that is not covered in the Web of Science ® databases

36 Journal Impact Factor It measures how frequently the average article in a journal has been cited in a particular year.

37 Journal Immediacy Index  Indicates how quickly articles published in a journal are cited within the same year  Indicates the “hottest” journals that publishes the latest research in the fast-moving specialties

38 What are the top-ranked multidisciplinary journals in Chemistry? Journal Citation Report (JCR) Demo

39 How to use the Journal Citation Report To Find :Data to use in JCR: Most frequently cited journals in a field Total Cites Highest impact journals in a fieldImpact factor Largest journals in a fieldArticles “Hottest” journal in a fieldImmediacy Index

40  Developed by Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS)  Information from:  > 10,000 currently published journals  > 38 million organic and inorganic substances  Patents from > 57 patent authorities  Explore database by:  Chemical structures or biological sequences  Substructures and reactions  Research topic, author, company, substance name  cont’ ….. SciFinder - overview

41 IR, MS spectra, Proton Carbon NMR spectra Bioactivity and target indicators for biochemistry e.g. new drug development Updated daily Register for a SciFinder account using NUS and confirm the after the registration is done Click here to access SciFinder and for more informationhere Cont’ …..

42 42 Tips to construct a search statement  Combine the concept using prepositions / conjunctions 1)  Do not use truncation or wildcard symbols e.g. * !  Do not use Boolean logic or word groupings Limitation for a search statement : Max 7 concepts, max 40 words, max 3 Boolean operators (e.g. AND, OR) to define a single concept, max 8 terms to be used to define a single concept

43 43 An Example… 43 Cross coupling reaction of Olefin with Rhodium catalyst Cross coupling reaction AND Olefin AND Rhodium catalyst* X 43

44 For Google Chrome: Click on downloaded (.ris) file icon and the reference will be exported to EndNote Library For Mozilla Firefox: This pop-up box will appear and click “OK” Export references from SciFinder to EndNote X7 1. Select references from the results 2. Click “Export ” and type a file name 3. Select “Citation Export Format” (*.ris) 4. Click “Export” For Internet Explorer 8 and above: This pop-up box will appear and click “Open”

45 A chemistry database that allows users to search chemical structures, chemical reaction, as well as the references Coverage:  Beilstein Handbook of Organic Chemistry: journals since 1771 and patent publications from 1869 – 1980  Gmelin Handbook of Inorganic and Organometallic Chemistry: journals from 1772 – 1995  USA patents from 1976 & World and European patents from 1978 Updated monthly Access and more info about Reaxys: Reaxys

46 Let’s try Reaxys

47 Export References from Reaxys to EndNote X7 1.Select references from the results 2.Click “Output ” 3.Select “citations table” 4.Select “literature management system” (.RIS) 5.Fill the range (number of references to be exported) / selected hits 6.Click “OK” 7.Click “download” 8.Refer to the steps on the right according to the browser that you used For Internet Explorer 9 and above: The reference will be automatically exported to EndNote Library For Google Chrome: Click on downloaded (.ris) file icon and the reference will be exported to EndNote Library For Mozilla Firefox: This pop-up box will appear and click “OK”

48  NUS Libraries Proxy Bookmarklet  – Google scholar  Chemistry LibGuides  EndNote Guides  Patent tutorial Additional library tools

49 EndNote X7 Hands-On Tutorials (Semester 2, 2014/15) DateTimeVenue Tue, 24 Feb10am - 12noonCentral Library Training Room Wed, 25 Feb1pm - 3pmCentral Library Training Room Thu, 26 Feb1pm - 3pmHSSML Training Room Fri, 27 Feb10am - 12noonHSSML Training Room Tue, 3 Mar1pm - 3pmScience Library Training Room Thu, 5 Mar10am - 12noonScience Library Training Room Schedule is tentative and may be subject to changes. Visit for more information.http://libguides.nus.edu.sg/endnote

50 Contact: Science Library Information Desk Tel: 6516 Session Feedback


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