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CVT 218 - Cardiac Pharmacology - Major

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Boolean Operators

Boolean Operators are used to connect and define relationships between your search terms.  When searching library databases, you can use them to narrow or broaden your search.  The three Boolean operators are AND, OR, and NOT

AND will narrow your search: only results with all of your terms will be retrieved

OR will broaden your search: you can connect synonyms to get more results

NOT will allow you to exclude term(s) from your search