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Brown, A.S.; Milton, M.J.T.; Cowper, C.J. | J. Chromatogr. A. | 2004, | 1040, | 215-225.

Next, you have to determine if YOU (as a student at UT-Austin) have access to this article from this journal or not, and if so, whether it's available electronically or just in print. There are several ways to do this, and it's not always straightforward.

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This is what you'll be doing:
  1. Translate the abbreviation into the FULL TITLE. Abbreviations save space and are great for authors and those in the know, but they can be mysterious to everyone else. You can usually make a good guess at it: Journal of Chromatography A. (If you can't figure it out, try looking up the abbreviation in CASSI.)
  2. Enter the full journal title (including the prepositions and non-initial articles) on the Find a Journal tool.
  3. Click the title of the journal you're looking for.
  4. If we have access for the year in question, click on the publisher or provider name to go to it. (If we don't have electronic access to the journal or to the year in question, go to our Library Catalog to see if the library has that volume in print.)
  5. Browse the journal site for the year, volume, issue, and article you want.

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