The editors and authors who contribute to the ACS Guide to Scholarly Communications have diverse backgrounds and bring valuable professional expertise to their work. They ensure that the unique needs of the researcher, student, professor, and librarian are addressed in a rapidly changing and broadening la
ACS Guide contains information to support the entire publication process, including preprints, with features that make it easy to find answers.
- Multimedia examples to clarify complex concepts
- Hyperlinking between chapters for easy reference to related topics in scholarly communication
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- Editors who represent all areas of science and a variety of interests, from journals to industry leaders