By becoming signatories to the ORCID Open Letter, these two major chemical society publishers announce their intent to collect ORCID iDs for all submitting authors through use of the ORCID API, and to display such identifiers in the articles published in their respective journals. The integration of such activities within the publishers' workflows means authors will benefit from automated linkages between their ORCID record and unique identifiers embedded within their published research articles, ensuring their contributions are appropriately recognized and credited. [11/29/16]
Researchers can use this integrated policy resource from SPARC to explore and compare agency requirements for sharing articles and data. The new article-sharing analysis provides a tool for tracking practical information that can be used by active or prospective grant awardees to understand when, how, and where they need to make their manuscripts accessible, including links to each agency's submission portal. As with the data-sharing resource, it will be updated as additional federal agency plans are released and analyzed and as current plans are revised. [11/1/16]
Elsevier has given Reaxys a total facelift and redesigned the search interface. There's also enhanced literature and patent coverage. It's a work in progress. Try it out via the "New Reaxys" button when you connect. The old interface will be retired in May 2017. [10/17/16]
Over 200,000 articles are downloaded every day from Sci-Hub, a "flamboyantly illegal" site in Russia that has amassed over 47 million journal articles and 1.5 million books by "borrowing" credentials from people at thousands of subscribing institutions - including UT Austin. This essay in the Chronicle of Higher Education wonders how ethical this approach is given the almost complete dysfunction of the modern scholarly publishing system and the glaring inequities it has spawned in one's access to needed information. (Ironically yet predictably, the article is behind a paywall, and restricted to UT readers.)
"ChemRxiv is expected to follow the established models of arXiv in physics and bioRxiv in the life sciences by enabling researchers working across diverse areas of inquiry to share early results and data with their scientist-colleagues ahead of formal peer review and publication. Preprints are fully citable and are freely accessible preliminary communications, aimed to advance the pace of scientific discovery and information dissemination." (from Press Release)
The Chemistry of metal-organic frameworks : synthesis, characterization and applications. 2 vols.
QD 882 C453 2016 Stacks
Introduction to process safety for undergraduates and engineers.
TP 150 S24 I585 2016 Stacks
Combustion thermodynamics and dynamics.
QD 516 P667 2016 Stacks
Bioorganic synthesis : an introduction.
QD 262 M744 2016 Stacks
Isotopes : a very short introduction.
QD 466.5 E45 2016 Stacks
Understanding wine chemistry.
TP 548.5 A5 W38 2016 Reserves
Photocatalysis : applications.
QD 716 P45 P36 2016 Stacks
Crystallography : a very short introduction.
QD 905.2 G539 2016 Stacks
High-resolution NMR techniques in organic chemistry. 3rd ed.
QD 272 S6 C53 2016 Stacks
Introduction to heterogeneous catalysis.
QD 505 P744 2016 Stacks
Introduction to photocatalysis : from basic science to applications.
QD 716 P45 N58 2016 Stacks
Innovators in battery technology : profiles of 93 influential electrochemists.
QD 21 D47 2016 Stacks
Introduction to applied colloid and surface chemistry.
QD 506 K645 2016 Stacks
Analytical separation science. 5 vols.
QD 79 C4 A53 2015 Stacks
Hydroformylation : fundamentals, processes, and applications in organic synthesis. 2 vols.
QD 281 H79 B67 2016 Stacks
Structural DNA nanotechnology.
TP 248.25 N35 S77 2015 Stacks
Tautomerism : concepts and applications in science and technology.
QD 471 T375 2016 Stacks
Principles of NMR spectroscopy : an illustrated guide.
QD 96 N8 G625 2016 Stacks
QD 411 S65 2016 Reserves
From biosynthesis to total synthesis : strategies and tactics for natural products.
QD 415 F76 2016 Stacks
Basic principles of analytical ultracentrifugation.
The Chemistry book : from gunpowder to graphene, 250 milestones in the history of chemistry.
QD 11 L558 2016 Stacks
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