Three-sentence review :
– Sentence one should clearly state the topic of the article ( what was done ?). What was the goal or purpose of the research described in your article?
– sentence two should make mention of how this goal was accomplished (how was it done?). What methodology or plan of attack did the reserchers employ? Did they use a novel form of instrumentation or a new technique? Be specific; experimental details (even numbers and/or result) are good.
– Sentence three should comment on the importance of the work done (why do we care?) The process was of scientific research is very expensive, and receiving funding for it is very competitive. As a result, effectively no research is performed unless three is a clear motivation behind it. It is crucial to determine the motivation behind the subject matter of the article. Why was this research performed? Why was it funded? Why should exports in this field care? Why should we, as chemists, care? Why should other scientists care? Why should everyone (even non-scientists) care? Does this research have application in larger society?
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