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Overview

Q: What are the ACS Open Access Initiatives?

Q: How do I find out more information on ACS Open Access programs and products?

General Q&A about the ACS Open Access Initiatives

Q: Why is ACS introducing these initiatives?

Q: With the addition of the ACS Open Access initiatives, will ACS Articles on Request remain the same?

Q: What is ACS Articles on Request?

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Q: What is ACS Certified Deposit?

Q: What is a Creative Commons license? What is the difference between Creative Commons license flavors?

Q: Does ACS Open Access Initiatives include content from the ACS Symposium Series?

Q&A about ACS Central Science

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Q: What will be the scope of this new journal?

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Q: Why was the journal named “Central Science”?

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Q: How many papers will the journal publish in the first year?

Q: Are there any subscription fees to access content?

Q: Are there any author charges to publish in the journal?

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Q: What are the licensing terms for this journal and can authors elect to use a CC-BY license?

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Q&A about ACS Editors’ Choice

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Q: Are the author publishing agreements and licensing arrangements for this new service the same as with ACS journals?

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Q&A about ACS Author Rewards

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Q: Why is ACS offering this program?

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Q: Is there a limit on the number of vouchers that can be earned?

Q: Are credits transferable to another author?

Q: Can credits be redeemed for cash, products, services, or ACS membership?

Q: Can a credit voucher be split?

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Q&A about ACS AuthorChoice

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Q: I have been told I need to deposit my work in a funder or institutional repository. What are my options with ACS?

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Q: What is the difference between the final published article and the accepted manuscript version of an article?

Q: Does ACS provide any special assistance for authors with NIH funder requirements?

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Q: Does this revised offering for NIH-funded authors change after 2014?

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