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CHE 108 Culinary Chemistry

Getting Started

Welcome to the Culinary Chemistry guide for CHE108. This guide will help you locate information on culinary chemistry. Use the tabs on the side to navigate through different sections.

Scholarly vs. Non-scholarly Sources

You will find many different types of sources while doing research. These sources will all fall under one of two categories, scholarly or non-scholarly. In most cases, you should primarily use scholarly sources in academic work. This guide will help you find both types of sources for your topic. 

 

Scholarly Sources: 

 Examples: 

  • Peer reviewed journal articles 
  • Scholarly books
  • Intended audience is researchers and scholars in the field
  • Cites credible and authoritative sources
 
 
Non-Scholarly Sources:

 Examples:

  • Newspaper and magazine articles
  • Popular books, encyclopedias, textbooks
  • Intended audience for a general audience
  • Typically no citations provided to indicate source of information