Web of Science works much the same way as a References search in SciFinder, but the biggest difference is that Web of Science doesn't include sophisticated chemical indexing such as structures, Registry Numbers, and cross-referenced systematic names. Science Citation Index Expanded also covers only journals, but across a wide range of STEM fields.
The results are default-sorted by relevance algorithm, but you can re-sort them in many different ways, e.g. newest date first.
When you have lots of results, you can use the extensive Refine filters on the left side to refine your hits: limit to review articles, selected dates, etc.
To retrieve the full text of an article, click the Find it @ UT button. This starts a search in our local system to see if we have access to the specific year of this specific journal. Many open access articles are available as well.
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