You'll be searching for sources for your Annotated Bibliography, leading up to your Article Review Paper. If you already have a pretty good idea of what you're looking for, you may wish to jump right in to searching the databases on the Articles tab of this guide.
However, you may wish to get started by looking up some more background information about the instrument or method that you're curious about. Try searching for the name of the instrumental technique that you're interested in (such as "chromatography" or "mass spectrometry") in the Gale Virtual Reference Library collection of reference books, or in the Kirk-Othmer Encyclopedia of Chemical Technology linked below.
If you're not yet sure which instrument you're interested in, you can browse books on analytical chemistry or the table of contents for recent issues in relevant chemistry publications, such as Analytical Chemistry, to see suggestions for what types of instruments are being discussed.
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