Tag: Journals

Where does an article's DOI come from?

April 21, 2016

Where does an article’s DOI come from?

By Bryan McBournie

There is more to an article’s Digital Object Identifier (DOI) than you may think. Every published article has an alphanumeric string assigned to it, which not only makes citation easier but also ensures the article has a persistent link online. The International DOI Foundation maintains the platform. Recently, ACS created its own format based on that […]

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Langmuir

April 4, 2016

Langmuir Looks Ahead

By Angela Walker

A Redefined Scope Fundamental interface science is the hallmark of Langmuir. The journal has a rich history of publishing seminal work in that area, including the groundbreaking articles highlighted in our recent 30th Anniversary Virtual Issue. Editor-in-Chief Françoise Winnik would like to emphasize the journal’s focus on work reporting significant fundamental advances in interface and colloids […]

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January 11, 2016

Is ACS Manuscript Transfer Service right for you?

By Katherine Stevens

With so many quality scientific journals it can be hard to know which journal is the right one for your work. Here at ACS Publications, we strive to streamline the submission process as much as possible, which is why we are pleased to introduce Manuscript Transfer service. Editors may suggest that a manuscript may be […]

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September 9, 2015

Chemistry of Materials’ 1K Club: Spotlighting Foundational Research

By Selenah Njoloma

Over the past 25 years, Chemistry of Materials has published seminal research in the materials sciences. Materials chemistry is a vibrant and interdisciplinary field, and Chemistry of Materials has helped put innovative research in the spotlight. Since its founding in 1989, papers published in the journal have been cited more than 86,000 times. When Prof. […]

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