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.
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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.
Terms and Conditions
By choosing C&EN Electronic Delivery, you consent to the following Terms & Conditions of use. If you do not agree to these Terms & Conditions or wish to opt out of electronic delivery, you may elect to receive C&EN in print. To opt out of C&EN Electronic Delivery or for more information about your membership, contact us at email@example.com or visit us on the Web at www.acs.org.
1. Copyright and Proprietary Rights: The entire contents of Chemical & Engineering News Electronic Delivery (hereinafter referred to as C&EN Electronic Delivery) are copyrighted by the American Chemical Society (ACS) under the Copyright Laws of the United States codified in Title 17 of the U.S. Code, and both the Universal Copyright Convention and the Berne Copyright Convention. Subscriber agrees not to remove or obscure copyright notices. ACS grants no copyright or ownership interests to Subscriber for any of the material and proprietary information included within C&EN Electronic Delivery.
2. Permitted Uses: Subscriber may view, download, or print individual articles appearing in C&EN Electronic Delivery for his/her personal scholarly, research, and educational use. Subscriber is permitted to forward their copy on a limited basis, pursuant to the program's technical parameters.
3. Prohibited Uses: Subscriber agrees not to forward, transfer, sell, rent, or otherwise knowingly distribute or provide access to the contents of C&EN Electronic Delivery or any portions thereof, to any third party, beyond what is permitted under item #2 above. Individual articles or other individual items from C&EN Electronic Delivery may not be used for fee-for-service purposes such as document delivery. C&EN Electronic Delivery may not be used to supply single articles or other individual items for purposes of InterLibrary Loan.
Subscriber agrees not to modify, alter, or create derivative works of the materials contained in the C&EN Electronic Delivery. Individual articles and other individual items from C&EN Electronic Delivery are not to be systematically downloaded, re-published in any media, print or electronic form. Individual articles or other individual items from C&EN Electronic Delivery may not be downloaded in aggregate quantities or centrally stored for later retrieval.