The ACS Guide to Scholarly Communication provides the instruction and advice needed to master the art of scholarly communication. It everything from classic journal authoring topics to styling conventions needed for all scholarly communication. It also covers emerging areas of interest in scholarly communication.
You can use this database of scientific, medical and technical journals to find articles in all areas of chemistry and biochemistry. It includes tools that let your track, analyze and visualize research and connect with researchers.
Use SciFinder-n to find articles on all aspects of chemistry. Chemistry specific journals are indexed cover to cover. Articles from other journals that relate to chemistry broadly are also indexed. Scifinder-n allows users to search for compounds and reactions by drawing molecules and reaction pathways. The database is designed to be searcher friendly for all levels of researcher.
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ChemRxiv gives researchers across the chemical sciences the opportunity to share early results with colleagues and receive recommendations for improvement, ahead of formal peer review and publication. ChemRxiv preprints are created directly from the author's original files and are not modified before posting. We conduct a basic screening for plagiarism, offensive language, non-scientific, and inappropriate content, and we will exclude materials that may pose a health or security risk if identified. Beyond this screening, the files are unedited and are not peer reviewed.