What is C&EN Electronic Delivery?
ACS members can choose to receive C&EN in a digital format in lieu of their weekly print copy. The digital edition is an interactive PDF version of the entire print magazine. It also includes links to each issue's online-only features. Each week, instead of receiving your print copy, you'll receive an email notifying you that the issue is ready for viewing. You can view the issue in a browser, download the issue to your computer, or print out pages. Also, this function allows you to view our materials from any device, anywhere, besides, it is more environmentally friendly, you can read about it at essayswriters.com, because the publication of the material doesn't use paper, paint, so much electricity, etc.
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How can I find information about the role of chemistry in different fields?
In order to get the answer to the question about Chemistry's Role in Business, Government, and Education, you can go to the relevant page on our resource and don't worry.
How do I sign up? What if I want to switch back to print?
To sign up for C&EN Electronic Delivery or to switch back to receiving the print copy, please contact:
ACS Member Services
P.O. Box 3337
Columbus, OH 43210
Tel: +1-614-447-3776 (M-F 8:30 am - 5:00 pm EST)
How does the digital edition differ from C&EN Online?
The digital edition is an interactive PDF version of the print magazine, including the same layout and content such as display ads and classifieds. C&EN Online includes all of the same articles as the print edition, but it does not have the classifieds or the same ads. C&EN Online includes additional material not in the print and is formatted differently from the print edition.
How does the digital edition differ from the weekly C&EN Online email newsletter?
The C&EN Online email newsletter arrives in your Inbox each Monday, just like the digital edition notification. The newsletter includes links to each issue???s articles and web-exclusive content on C&EN Online. It is a great tool for those receiving the traditional print edition of the magazine.
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