About the ACS Division Proceedings Online
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NOW available to institutional subscribers!
For information on how to
subscribe, contact your local ACS representative.
The Proceedings for the listed divisions are now available to institutional subscribers. Note that ENFL subscribers also have access to all historical proceedings from the Division of Fuel Chemistry (FUEL) and Division of Petroleum Chemistry Inc. (PETR).
- Division of Energy and Fuels (ENFL)
- Division of Environmental Chemistry (ENVR)
- Division of Polymer Chemistry Inc. (POLY)
- Division of Polymeric Materials: Science and Engineering (PMSE)
ACSís Division Proceedings Online is
available to institutional subscribers and provides online access to
participating ACS Divisionsí proceedings, with direct links
to the Divisionsí home pages, for institutional customers including
libraries and corporations. Access will be by annual subscription
and will include all the proceedings from Divisions currently
participating in the program, presented at the fall and spring ACS
National Meetings. Access will also include the past
proceedings from Divisions that participated in ACSís initial
electronic access program (PMSE, for instance, will offer
proceedings as far back as the 2001 Spring ACS National Meeting in
San Diego). As new Division proceedings are added, the customer will
have access to those as well.
ACS Division Proceedings Online
features include the following for participating Divisions:
- The most current ACS National Meeting Divisions' Proceedings outlined on the Division's opening page.
- A "browse" feature that will allow customers to browse collections of documents by individual meeting or all proceedings of participating Divisions.
- Searching by author, title, and key word or phrase (anywhere in the article), as well as a full-featured Boolean search capability.
- Searches that can be filtered by specific Division (as they are added to the program) and by specific meeting.
- Navigation to the Search function that is available with one click from any page.
- Easy accessibility from the
ACS Division Proceedings Online to the ACS Publications website (and your ACS Journal!), ACS Division websites, CAS, and acs.org websites.
As always, members of each Division will continue to receive free online access to the Divisionís proceedings.
Several ACS Divisions require authors to submit proceedings of presentations
slated for ACS National Meetings. Each Division establishes its own
policy for format, review, and acceptance, and you are encouraged to
visit the websites of individual Divisions for additional information.