This guide is structured to take you through the stages of a typical research cycle:
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This guide was created to help guide you through your research process for the "Scientific Writing for a Nontechnical Audience" paper in Chemistry 270 with Professor Matsumoto. By following the steps, you will build a foundation of knowledge on your topic that you can use to find and evaluate resources for your paper.
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