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Subject: [DCHAS-L] Explore these most read papers from ACS Chemical Health & Safety
Date: Thu, 25 Feb 2021 14:02:06 -0500
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Highlights from ACS Chemical Health & SAfety

We hope you are having a good start to the New Year. ACS Chemical Health & Safety focuses on publishing high-quality safety articles of interest to scientists, engineers, environmental health and safety (EHS) professionals, and non-research personnel who manage or work in areas where chemicals are used or hazardous waste is generated. Good science is safe science - from concept to execution.

2020 was a significant year for the journal. Following the 2019 acquisition of the journal and appointment of Mary Beth Mulcahy, Ph.D. as Editor-in-Chief, ACS Chemical Health & Safety published its first six issues.
Read the most read papers from 2020 below:
Imke Schr=C3=B6der

Marc Reid

Ivan Pupulidy

Qingsheng Wang, Zeren Jiao, Hongfei Xu, Pingfan Hu

Igor V. Alabugin

Kali A. Miller, Eugene Pinkhassik, Jessica A. Martin

Jeff Johnson

Michael B. Blayney, Glen S. Svenningsen, Imke Schr=C3=B6der, Elizabeth Czornyi, Benjamin R. Williams, 
Craig A. Merlic

Ilya V. Taydakov

Marina Zelivyanskaya, Frankie Wood-Black, Michael B. Blayney, Robert Foreman, Marc Reid, Jeff Lewin, Lusiana Galindo
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