ACS Publications Division Offers Free Online Access for National Chemistry Week

Oct 21, 2003


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The American Chemical Society (ACS) Publications Division will offer free online access to hundreds of articles on atmospheric chemistry and current issues of publications in celebration of National Chemistry Week, Oct. 19-25. This free access to the public will begin Friday, Oct. 17, and continue through Friday, Oct. 31. ACS Publications produces more than 30 periodicals in print and online, including the flagship publications of the American Chemical Society: the Journal of the American Chemical Society and Chemical & Engineering News.

Adults and students across the nation will participate in National Chemistry Week, a community-based program sponsored by the American Chemical Society. The annual event is designed to bring together ACS local sections, industries, schools and individuals to underscore the importance of chemistry to the quality of life. This year's theme-"Earth's Atmosphere and Beyond!"- was chosen to commemorate the 100th anniversary of flight.

Visit http://pubs.acs.org/NCW beginning Oct. 17 to receive free access to: more than 100 ACS journal articles on atmospheric chemistry from Web editions and ACS journal archives, plus access to selected Articles ASAP from the upcoming Chemical Reviews thematic issue on atmospheric chemistry. (ASAP contains research articles published as "as soon as possible" after acceptance, prior to their appearance in the print version of an ACS periodical); the 125 most-cited articles in Journal of the American Chemical Society, in celebration of its 125th anniversary this year, plus online access to the current issue; Chemical and Engineering News current issue and its special 80th anniversary issue on the periodic table; the current issue of Analytical Chemistry, celebrating its 75th anniversary; the current issues of Journal of Combinatorial Chemistry and Organic Letters, both celebrating their 5th anniversaries, plus access to Organic Letters Articles ASAP; and selected articles from the ACS journal archives.

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