Let’s start with a dictionary definition...
The information source that is derived directly from fully
described (or referenced) formal observation,
procedures or experiments performed with valid,
scientifically accepted methods. In its strongest form,
this material is usually (but not only) a paper in a
refereed scientific publication.
primary source. (2001). In Pharmaceutical Medicine Dictionary. Retrieved
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