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The American Chemical Society is a scientific society based in the United States that supports scientific inquiry in the field of chemistry.
- also known as American Chemical Society (ACS), American Chemical Society Staff
- written works: "Thermal analysis of high polymers", "Analysis and fractionation of polymers", "Polymeric Materials Science & Engineering Proceedings", "Module II", "Organic pesticides in the environment", "Lab guide", "ACS monograph", "ES & T environmental buyers' guide edition", "Laboratory Manual to accompany Chemistry In Context", "Abstracts of Papers", "American Chemical Society (ACS) Web Edition", "Reagent chemicals", "The future independence and progress of American medicine in the age of chemistry", "A half-century of chemistry in America, 1876-1926", "Transport phenomena in polymeric films", "Standard distribution format;", "Chemcyclopedia 1995", "Reading Improvement Program", "Analytical Chemistry Labguide 1996/97", "Organic Thin Films for Photonics Applications", "Our chemical heritage ..", "Symposium on natural food toxicants", "College Chemistry Faculties, 1996 Directories", "Semiochemistry--flavors and pheromones", "Multicomponent polymer systems", "Chemistry in the economy", "ACS Journal Archives", "Combined Subscription: American Chemical Society", "CD-Rom 5-Pack Chemistry in the Community 4e", "Science in a Technical World", "CD-Rom 4-Pack Chemistry in the Community Full 4e", "Conserving Chemical Resources", "Chemistry, Air, and Climate", "ChemCom"
- official website: www.acs.org
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