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Group #26 Doing the Review[edit]


Review #1

This article seems to be progressing pretty well. Your uses section is very informative, and I like how it actually has subsections. The Chembox is also a source of relevant information. There is one major concern with this article and that is the fact that it has already been submitted as a Wikipedia page. It is not linked to anyone's sandbox and therefore is already part of the Wikipedia encyclopedia. This might cause your article to be eliminated during the grading process since other outside individuals have access to editing this page. I know this because our group accidentally submitted our page and the REACT staff said that it could no longer be used for credit. I would recommend making a page for a new chemical and making sure that you link it to a sandbox. React Group 17 (talk) 03:33, 31 October 2012 (UTC)

Review #2

Overall it looks like you have a good start to this page. I like the information you included under resources because it is very relevant and informative. I noticed in your introduction that your chemical can be "detected immunocytochemically and analysed by cytometry", I would highly recommend elaborating on this fact and possibly make a section in your article on detection of your chemical and include some pictures. Also I would expand on your chembox and add some pictures. The information that you have now is good, but your article I feel is still lacking some vital information such a health effects since you do mention anti-viral activity (this would be a good section to also expand on) and I would recommend adding a section on possible reactions with reaction diagrams. Overall the ideas are all there and I would just expand more on the information. Cleosteph (talk) 23:39, 1 November 2012 (UTC)

Review #3

The information on this page seems to be quite good. I noticed that you have the structure header but no information below it. I assume this will be fixed eventually, but this is a reminder to do so. I also noticed that you don't have a picture for your chemical. This is also easily remedied with a quick search. It seems like your article has already been published which means it might not be able to be graded. Our group had this same issue and we had to create entire new pages. Please check with the staff, so you aren't penalized later. Otherwise, this is a very informative article. Ttajjioui (talk) —Preceding undated comment added 02:35, 2 November 2012 (UTC)

Review #4

Again, the units need to be added on to any physical constants. Chem box includes many relevant data but I would suggest adding structures and other data for the sake of completion. The properties and uses (anti-viral activity) could be expanded and more specified. The page as whole looks quite neat but lacks a lot of data starting from history, occurrences, structures, uses etc. In addition, this page could include more references (at least one more) to gain more points out of the assessment. For information and other uses or other relevant data, I would recommend using uiuc sci-finder journals which would provide a great number of sources for this compound. Schoi716 (talk) 00:48, 2 November 2012 (UTC)