|What would you use this for?
What kind of materials contain this sort of resource?
The best way to tell if you are looking at a primary source is to read the "Methods and Materials" section of the article and look for details about how the research was conducted. However, some library databases provide some indicators if the article is original research (primary) or a review article (secondary).
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