Ten decades of chemical abstracts

Deodhar, Vijay
November 2006
Chemical Business;Nov2006, Vol. 20 Issue 11, p53
Trade Publication
This article provides information on the publication "Chemical Abstracts," released by the American Chemical Society Chemical Abstracts Service in 1907. "Chemical Abstracts" provides indexes and abstracts of the publications in chemistry and chemical sciences area. Between 1907 and 1961, 55 volumes of "Chemical Abstracts" were published. Around 12,000 abstracts were included in the 1907 volume.


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