Full-text searching is now available in Literature for more than 710,000 records that have PDF files stored in INSPIRE. To use this type of search, be sure to include either the operator “ft” or “fulltext” before the word or phrase you want to search, e.g.:
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Phrase searching is also available, e.g. ft “Chiral Symmetry Breaking”.
The first record returned by this search does not include the phrase “chiral symmetry breaking” in the title or abstract, but rather within the text of the paper.
Note that full-text search cannot be performed on records for which full-text is unavailable on INSPIRE. The database indexes the metadata of some papers and books for which we do not have access to a pdf. Additionally, leaving out the search operators will only search the metadata of records, such as titles, abstracts, authors, etc. Compare the results of fulltext “quark decay” with the results of “quark decay”.
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