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NEW CHEMWEB MEMBER BENEFIT:  Publishers SelectFree Selected Full Text Articles

ChemWeb members now have access to selected full-text articles from Chemistry publishers, including Wiley, Elsevier, Springer, Taylor & Francis, among others. Members can download a selection of articles covering a broad range of topics direct from the pages of some of the most respected journals in Chemistry. Explore some of the latest research or highly cited articles. If you are not a ChemWeb member, take just a minute to register for your free membership now

Journal Abstracts  from chemistry publishers such as Bentham, Elsevier, Springer and others  covering over 500 journals can be searched and accessed for free.  Search by title and issue or use Journal Search for full-text search of abstracts across all journals. 

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July 11, 2014

publishers' select
issue overview
materials: Graphene from plastic, fantastic!
modeling: Chemistry in the movies
physical: Flame theory licked
bio: Fat, like an elephant
nano: Very, very small-scale fluid mechanics
award: Chemical Hall of Fame
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