Celebrate National Chemistry Week with Resources from ACS Earth and Space Chemistry

National Chemistry Week is a community-based annual event that unites ACS local sections, businesses, schools, and individuals in communicating the value of chemistry in our everyday life. This year, National Chemistry Week is being celebrated October 21-27, 2018, and the theme is, “Chemistry is Out of This World.”

Make the most of this annual celebration by discovering articles and educational resources through ACS Earth and Space Chemistry.  The journal includes the application of analytical, experimental and theoretical chemistry to investigate research questions relevant to the Earth and space.

Read these Space-Related Articles Today

Effects of Pressure on Model Compounds of Meteorite Organic Matter
ACS Earth Space Chem., 2017, 1 (8), pp 475–482
DOI: 10.1021/acsearthspacechem.7b00053
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Reaction Kinetics of CaOH with H and O2 and O2CaOH with O: Implications for the Atmospheric Chemistry of Meteoric Calcium
ACS Earth Space Chem., 2017, 1 (7), pp 431–441
DOI: 10.1021/acsearthspacechem.7b00072
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Structure and Spectroscopic Properties of [Mg,C,N,O] Isomers: Plausible Astronomical Molecules
ACS Earth Space Chem., 2017, 1 (3), pp 158–167
DOI: 10.1021/acsearthspacechem.7b00019
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Mineral Surface Rearrangement at High Temperatures: Implications for Extraterrestrial Mineral Grain Reactivity
ACS Earth Space Chem., 2017, 1 (2), pp 113–121
DOI: 10.1021/acsearthspacechem.6b00016
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Can Formamide Be Formed on Interstellar Ice? An Atomistic Perspective
ACS Earth Space Chem., 2018, 2 (7), pp 720–734
DOI: 10.1021/acsearthspacechem.7b00156
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Hydrothermal Decomposition of Amino Acids and Origins of Prebiotic Meteoritic Organic Compounds
ACS Earth Space Chem., 2018, 2 (6), pp 588–598
DOI: 10.1021/acsearthspacechem.8b00025
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Efficient Thermal Reactions of Sulfur Dioxide on Ice Surfaces at Low Temperature: A Combined Experimental and Theoretical Study
ACS Earth Space Chem., 2017, 1 (8), pp 503–510
DOI: 10.1021/acsearthspacechem.7b00064
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Molecular Evolution of N-Containing Cyclic Compounds in the Parent Body of the Murchison Meteorite
ACS Earth Space Chem., 2017, 1 (9), pp 540–550
DOI: 10.1021/acsearthspacechem.7b00058

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