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Physical Chemistry Lab (24-533/535): Peer review

What is a scholarly, peer-reviewed journal?

Peer-reviewed (refereed) journals are published following a formal editorial process involving subject experts. The information therefore has a high level of quality, credibility, and reliability.

How do I know if an article has been peer-reviewed?

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  1. Enter the name of the journal enclosed in quotes (NOT the title of your article), e. g., "Journal of Accounting"
  2. In the results list, locate the matching journal name.
  3. If the publication is peer-reviewed, an icon peer review icon  appears to the left of the journal name. 

"Scrutinizing science"

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"Scrutinizing science: Peer review
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