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Yes, scholarly articles are also available in Google. However, the full text is not freely available for all the articles. A few are free, and if the article is available in any of the Barry databases, this link (Full-Text @ Barry Library) will provide access to the full text. Note: searching must be done through the Barry server in order to be linked to the full text.
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Chemical Abstracts (SciFinder)
Provides online access to CAS (Chemical Abstracts Service) databases. Sources include journals, patents, books, reviews, meeting abstracts, dissertations, conference proceedings and technical reports. Properties of substances include millions of spectra. Note: To use SciFinder you must first register at this link https://scifinder.cas.org/registration/index.html?corpKey=5BB334E2X86F35055X3553B24018BCDA2A86 You must use computer on the Barry network and to use email that ends in barry.edu.
Springer Scientific and Medical Online Journal Collection
Includes full text (back to 1997) to peer-reviewed journals in scientific, biological and medical sciences.