The ACS Editors’ Choice program selects one new peer-reviewed research article from an ACS journal each day to become free-to-read for a limited period of time as a service to our global community of researchers.
In 2021, articles from the Journal of the American Chemical Society (JACS) were featured in ACS Editors’ Choice a total of 18 times. Each of these articles is among the most exciting work published in JACS this past year, but which was your favorite? Vote for your top pick in the poll below.
We asked you to vote for your top pick, and the results are in!
The three articles that received the most votes were:
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