Several Centuries of Centrality

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Roth, Dana L.;
  • Publisher: American Chemical Society
  • Journal: ACS Central Science,volume 1,issue 3,pages103-105 (issn: 2374-7943, eissn: 2374-7951)
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.1021/acscentsci.5b00198, pmc: PMC4827472
  • Subject: Chemistry | Editorial | QD1-999

As Carolyn Bertozzi mentioned in her inaugural editorial, the relationship of “Central Science” to “Chemistry” became popularized over 40 years ago with the publication of the first edition of Brown and LeMay’s Chemistry: The Central Science, now in its 13th edition. Ye... View more
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