American Chemical Society

The American Chemical Society (ACS), founded in 1876, is the world’s largest and most influential scientific society. ACS serves its members and engages chemistry practitioners worldwide with resources to achieve professional success. ACS Publications, also a division of ACS, publishes 50+ peer-reviewed journals, including JACS, the most-cited journal in chemistry with an Impact Factor of 13.038. New journals include ACS Earth and Space Chemistry, exploring the chemistry of earth, atmosphere, ocean, and space, and ACS Omega, the newest open access journal from ACS Publications.