, that actors employ to guide action and interpretation, p.12, 2017.

, Like Physics Today for the APS, its function is also to animate the professional community

, This is the term used by the author (Kuney)

, At various times journals of narrow scope have been suggested, p.207, 1952.

, The ACS now uses the term ACS Journals rather than the Publication Program

. Bottle, The interwar period was the one where German chemistry lost ground: from 1938, the percentage of English documents indexed in Chemicals Abstracts exceeded that of documents in German, 1983.

, President Langmuir pointed out to the editors that, with the expense of recording research, or any future or prospective funds, no organization could undertake, or hope to maintain, any program of unrestricted publication, Proceedings of the ACS 1930. Issued with the, vol.52, p.2, 1930.

, Report of the Editor of the ACS for 1934: p. 5. 14 "The journal began 1934 with some accumulated excess of accepted manuscripts, and there was a considerable delay in publication throughout the year. The situation was, however, partially remedied in December, so that the Journal finished the year on a relatively fast publication schedule, Proceedings of the ACS 1935, provided with the February 1935 issue (JACS, vol.57, p.1, 1934.

, JACS, vol.62, issue.1, 1940.

, Created in 1937, the American Documentation Institute (ADI) aimed at encouraging preservation of microfilm documents, see its history here

, To simplify, in the remainder of the article I will use the terms tariff and price interchangeably

, Chem. Eng. News, Sept, vol.18, p.104, 1961.

, Chem. Eng. News, pp.104-105, 1961.

, Chem. Eng. News, pp.92-93, 1962.

, Chem. Eng. News, p.92, 1962.

, Chem. Eng. News, Sept, vol.18, p.104, 1961.

, Beginning with the January issue, 1963, a page charge for publication will go into effect. The ACS position is described in detail via a series of questions and answers in 'The Case for Page Charges, Chem. Eng. News, vol.84, issue.23, p.93, 1962.

, We believe that members of the chemical industry will cooperate in the matter of the page as they always have done when ACS needed assistance with constructive work, p. 92. 26 JACS, vol.40, 1962.

, Chem. Eng. News, p.93, 1962.

, 29 2001 figures show 350 employees, Chem. Eng. News, vol.88, issue.8, p.59, 1966.

J. T. Scott, Notice to Authors, Physics Today, vol.23, p.1, 1963.

, Kaufmann (1986) highlighted that the ACS Style Guide contained all of the information covered by its predecessor, the Handbook for Authors, and more. The ACS Style Guide, which included editorial style and usage conventions for the production of illustrations, chemical structures, and tables, was also applicable to the scientific literature. It also presented an overview of electronic manuscript submission and oral presentations

, JACS, vol.92, 1970.

, A report to readers and authors (author: C. Walling), vol.98, 1976.

, As the charge is based on page units, it is more likely to encourage shorter articles

, Chem. Eng. News, vol.53, issue.27, p.6, 1975.

, A report to readers and authors (author: C. Walling), vol.98, 1976.

, Articles appearing in copies of issues of [JACS] for which payment has been made, accepted, or promised are considered advertising matter. Therefore, such articles must be marked "advertisement" and charged the advertising mailing rate, Chem. Eng. News, vol.54, issue.45, p.5, 1976.

, Chem. Eng. News, vol.54, issue.45, p.5, 1976.

, JACS, vol.101, 1979.

, The IRS is the government agency that collects income tax, various taxes (employment taxes, corporation tax, inheritance, etc.), and enforces tax laws regarding the federal budgets of the United States

, A report from the [IRS] district director's office contended that the pricing differential constitutes a monetary benefit to the members of the society, and Section 501(c)(3) requires that 'no part of the net earnings' of the society 'shall inure to the benefit of any private shareholder or individual'. This difference in subscription price, according to the report, constitutes inurement of a benefit, C&EN, vol.58, issue.45, p.8, 1980.

, JACS, vol.101, 1979.

, Publisher's Note (5A), JACS, vol.101, 1979.

U. S. , Congress debated legislation that would have instructed the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to require all funded researchers to submit copies of their final, peer-reviewed journal articles to PubMed Central, an OA repository operated by the NIH, within 12 months of publication. Despite the opposition from publishers, the PubMed Central legislation was passed in December, 2006.

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