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Free Access Articles: Reference Module in Chemistry, Molecular Sciences and Chemical Engineering

The Reference Module in Chemistry, Molecular Sciences and Chemical Engineering provides a one-stop interdisciplinary resource that is continuously... Read more

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Elsevier’s Book Series Impact Factors – Chemistry

June is always an exciting time of the year for the academic publishing community as it is when... Read more

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Cell Press Launches Chem, Publisher’s First General Chemistry Journal

Today marks an exciting and momentous day for Cell Press as the world-renowned life science publisher embarks on... Read more

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How Can Computational Chemistry Address Real World Problems?

Computing has revolutionized the way that we live and the way that we practice science. The entire research... Read more

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The Chemistry of The Euro 2016 Soccer Ball

With the European Championships in full swing in France we thought we’d share this very informative and topical... Read more

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The Chemistry of the 4th of July – Fireworks

For as long as Americans can remember, the nation has celebrated the 4th July with impressive firework displays... Read more

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The Chemistry of the 4th of July – Candy

4th July parades and candy go together like peanut butter and jelly. Tossing parade candy to spectators has long been... Read more

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The Chemistry of the 4th of July – Sunscreen

If you’re heading to the beach this 4th July weekend then you need to make sure you stay... Read more

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