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Rapid Chromatographic Technique For Preparative Separations With Moderate Resolution W. Clark Still, Michael Kahn, Abhijit Mitra J. Org. Chem., 1978, 43 (14), pp 2923–2925 DOI: 10.1021/jo00408a041
ACS Legacy Archives is the essential, multidisciplinary resource where today’s researchers make tomorrow’s leading discoveries. In 2012, ACS Legacy Archives received more than 9,823,727 million full-text article requests. This unparalleled database, covering the most-cited journals in chemistry and related science, plays an active role, serving as a catalyst for important new discoveries. The best minds from more than 100 years of chemistry are represented in the ACS Legacy Archives, including 185 Nobel Laureates in Chemistry, Physics, and Physiology or Medicine. Articles from the ACS Legacy Archives were among the top 10 most read articles in 2012 for journals such as JOC, Bioconjugate Chemistry, and Biochemistry: Mechanism of Amide Formation by Carbodiimide for Bioconjugation in Aqueous Media Naoki Nakajima, Yoshito Ikada Bioconjugate Chem., 1995, 6 (1), pp 123–130 DOI: 10.1021/bc00031a015
Isolation of Full-length Putative Rat Lysophospholipase cDNA Using Improved Methods For mRNA Isolation And cDNA Cloning Jang H. Han, Christian Stratowa, William J. Rutter Biochemistry, 1987, 26 (6), pp 1617–1625 DOI: 10.1021/bi00380a020
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What’s in ACS Legacy Archives? Publications that have shaped modern chemistry.
A license to the ACS Legacy Archives enables researchers to reach through history to understand the chain of discoveries that have led to modern chemistry and greatly influenced such fields as biology, physics, medicine, agriculture, and engineering. Below is a list of the prestigious publications that form the Archives, including year of first issue and previous titles of current journals. Accounts of Chemical Research – 1968 Analytical Chemistry – 1929 (originally Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Analytical Edition, 1929-1946) Biochemistry – 1962 Bioconjugate Chemistry – 1990 Chemical Reviews – 1924
Journal of Chemical Information and Computer Sciences – 1961 (originally Journal of Chemical Documentation, 1961-1974) Journal of Medicinal Chemistry – 1959 (originally Journal of Medicinal and Pharmaceutical Chemistry, 1959-1963)
Chemical Research in Toxicology – 1988 Chemistry of Materials – 1989 Energy & Fuels – 1987 Environmental Science & Technology – 1967 Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research – 1909 (originally Journal of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry, 1909-1922; Industrial & Engineering Chemistry, 19231970; Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Fundamentals; Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Process Design and Development; Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Product Research and Development, 1962-1986) Inorganic Chemistry – 1962 Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry – 1953 (originally published as part of Industrial & Engineering Chemistry) Journal of the American Chemical Society – 1879
Multidisciplinary coverage ACS Legacy Archives covers a legacy of scientific advances, enabling researchers to reach through history to understand the chain of discoveries that led to modern chemistry and greatly influenced such fields as biology, physics, medicine, agriculture, and engineering.
Journal of Chemical and Engineering Data – 1956 (originally Industrial & Engineering Chemistry, Chemical & Engineering Data Series, 1956-1958)
Journal of Natural Products – 1979 (all Volumes from #42 in 1979 to Volume 58 in 1995 have been added to the ACS Legacy Archives; co-published by ACS and ASP; issues prior to 1979, Vol. 1-41, published under the title “Lloydia,” are not included in Archives) The Journal of Organic Chemistry – 1936 The Journal of Physical Chemistry – 1896 (originally the Journal of Physical Chemistry, 1896-1946; renamed Journal of Physical and Colloid Chemistry 1947-1950; changed back to The Journal of Physical Chemistry 1950-1995) Langmuir – 1985 Macromolecules – 1968 Organometallics – 1982
80 out of 80 The ACS Legacy Archives are represented in all 80 Chemical Abstracts sections — thus demonstrating the depth and breadth of the Legacy Archives content. From amino acids, peptides, and proteins to pharmaceuticals and fossil fuels, derivatives, and related products, the essential research content in the Legacy Archives covers more than just chemistry.
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