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Chemistry: A Guide to Non-Library Web Resources: E-Print Archives & Digital Libraries

E-Print Archives & Digital Libraries

ASDL (Analytical Sciences Digital Library)

ASDL is a digital library that collects, catalogs, and publishes peer-reviewed educational resources in the analytical sciences. ASDL can be browsed by techniques, applications, format, and teaching resources, or the entire digital library can be searched. 

bioRxiv

Host by Spring Harbor Laboratory, bioRxiv is an open access preprint repository for biology, including biochemistry others areas related to chemistry.   Authors are being encouraged to submit their unedited manuscripts to bioRxiv to make their findings immediately available and receive feedback before submitting their manuscripts to journals. RSS and email alerts are available.

ChemRxiv
ChemRxiv is co-owned, anc collaboratively managed by the ACS, Chinese Chemical Society, Chemical Society of Japan, German Chemical Society, and the RSC. It contains preprints from all areas of chemistry.

electronic-Liquid Crystal Communications (e-LC)

Hosted by the Liquid Crystal Institute at Kent State University, this preprint service contains the full text of preprint papers along with accompanying discussions. When the paper is formally published in a journal, a link is provided.

Nature Precedings

Covering biology, medicine, chemistry, and earth sciences, Nature Precedings is an repository for scientists and researchers to deposit and share pre-publication research, unpublished manuscripts, presentations, posters, white papers, technical papers, supplementary findings, and other scientific documents. Submissions are screened, but are not peer reviewed. Nature Precedings may be browsed or searched, and RSS feeds and email alerts are available for several subjects. Developed by Nature Publishing Group.

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