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Abstract Results from precise calculations for fractionation of multicomponent hydrocarbon mixtures show that the relative separations between components are rationalized in a simple manner in terms of the relative volatilities. Citing Literature.
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Specialized indexes are good to use if you need more informational or technical articles, or if you cannot find the type of information you need in general indexes. The articles you find are generally more reliable because these indexes tend to include more scholarly journals.
There is a specialized index in every discipline and on almost any topic you can imagine. Some are broad like the Social Science Abstracts which provides indexing for core periodicals in anthropology, economics, geography, law and criminology, political science, social work, sociology, and international relations. Others are more narrow like ERIC which covers educational information.
And some get as specific as the Child Abuse and Neglect index. To discover the whole range of indexes which are available to you go to the Resources by Subject page and read through all the databases and their descriptions. Skip to main content.
Textbooks Open Textbook Options. Learn About: The basic types of indexes: general and specialized, and electronic vs. General Indexes General indexes are a good place to start if your topic is popular, current, or if you only need basic information.
Specialized Indexes Specialized indexes are good to use if you need more informational or technical articles, or if you cannot find the type of information you need in general indexes. Electronic vs.
Popular Periodicals", there are also two types of indexes: general and specialized. General indexes cover a broad variety of topics and may. General indexes allow searching through any type of objects used within the system. This includes items you may recognize from the.
Print Indexes Electronic indexes have many advantages over their print counterparts: You can do keyword, author, and title searching. Print indexes will have subject searching and sometimes author and title searching. You can search more than one year of the index at a time.
Full-text is often available, or at the very least an abstract. Parts of the citations are labeled and not abbreviated.
Print indexes do not label the parts and often abbreviate to save space. But, there are times when it is more appropriate to use a print index: A computerized form may not exist for what you need. For example, many newspapers, if they are indexed at all, will only have a print index available.