American Chemical Society

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American Chemical Society (ACS) is the world's largest scientific society and a leading source of authoritative scientific information. A non-profit organization, chartered by Congress, ACS publishes numerous scientific journals and databases.

ACS Web Editions

With over 35 publications now on the Web, ACS Web Editions have become the version of record among the scientific community.

Features available via the Web Editions include:

  • The ability to sort, filter, save your results, or create an RSS feed of your select criteria.
  • Abstracts, full-text HTML, and full-text PDF views of the articles providing readers with functionality to better understand and more quickly review the published research.
  • Article-level features including the ability to flip through all images within an article without leaving the article page, interactive display of references, listings of forward citations, and quick access to lists of research published by any of the article's authors within the full portfolio of ACS journals.
  • The ability for the reader to maintain a list of favorite articles, saved searches, and an option to receive email notification whenever a particular article is cited.

ACS Legacy Archives

The ACS Legacy Archives provides full-text searching and instant access to all titles, volumes, issues, and articles published by the ACS from 1879 to 1995.

C&EN Online

C&EN Online provides access to C&EN's weekly coverage of science and technology, business, government, and education features and reporting in addition to over 40 special features per year. The previous year's issues are added on a rolling basis each year.

C&EN Archives

C&EN Archives is a growing collection of full, cover-to-cover C&EN issues, with the previous year's issues added on a rolling basis each year.

Trials

There are no trials available for ACS at this time.

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License Agreements (Terms & Conditions)

All customers wishing to subscribe to any ACS Publications product in electronic form must complete the appropriate (single- or multi-site) sales agreement. Information on the ACS sales agreement can be found here:

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Technical Support

Regular office hours for the ACS Publications Help Desk are Monday through Friday (excluding holidays), 7:30 AM through 6:00 PM Eastern Time.

You may obtain help by using any of the following methods, all available via the ACS Support Center:

  • Knowledge Base: Browse or search the ACS Publications Support Center's extensive Knowledge Base for answers to frequently asked questions.
  • Request Support: Fill in a form to submit a request for help by clicking on "New Request" from the navigation tabs in the Support Center, and then "Submit a Request".
  • Live Chat: Contact a member of the ACS Publications Support staff directly, by clicking on "Live Chat" from the navigation tabs in the Support Center.
  • Email: support@services.acs.org
  • Telephone: 800-227-9919 (U.S. and Canada) or 1-202-872-4357 (outside North America)
  • Skype: 800-227-9919 or 1-202-872-4357. [Call ACS with Skype]

Statistics

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