Look for the search terms box in the upper right. This will search and provide access to full text articles from 1997 - present. Most of these articles are review articles which means they will summarize the latest research.
You can search for a review article in Web of Science by choosing to do an Advanced Search. Enter your keywords, and then navigate to the menu that says, "Restrict results by any or all of the options below." Choose "Review."
Using your keywords, perform a search. On the upper right side of the results page you will see that you can narrow by Review articles. Select the link to "Review" only and you can get terrific and authoritative background information.
ACS is always a good place to start when you are looking for chemical information. Conduct your search first using keywords. Then using the refining column on the left side, you can then narrow by Manuscript Type to "Review Article." These will be overall summaries of the existing literature.
Since google uses natural language, Google Scholar is a good database to use to search too. What you can find are articles which link out to full text in the library's databases. Look for the FIND IT button.