Chemical Information: Information in Chemistry, Pharmacology by Dr. Eugene Garfield (auth.), Harry R. Collier (eds.)

By Dr. Eugene Garfield (auth.), Harry R. Collier (eds.)

This quantity comprises the whole textual content of twenty-six of the thirty-one papers given on the Montreux 1989 foreign Chemical info convention in Montreux, Switzerland among 26 and 28 September 1989. The 5 papers passed over have been as a result of their past due of completion and next unavailability for incorporation during this quantity. Of the twenty-six papers incorporated, all yet 3 have been brought to Infonortics in diskette shape among 1 July and 1 August 1989; through 17 August 1989 the 310 pages of textual content and figures have been typeset and scanned photos inserted. through 26 September 1989 all copies have been revealed in England and brought to the Montreux Congress Centre in Switzerland. The quick and effective method displays creditably on all events involved, specifically at the authors who assiduously the precise directions bearing on presentation they got. traditional publishing isn't really so fast, yet traditional publishing does supply time for authors to proof-read their texts, make correc­ tions and upload fabric, and provides time for the writer to index the paintings completely and entirely. the present complaints haven't been proof-read by way of the authors, neither is there an index. i'm hoping that readers will take pleasure in this trade-off among foreign money and thoroughness and may know a few of the boundaries imposed through publishing court cases while the convention is held. H.R. Collier Infonortics Ltd., August 1989 Caine, Wiltshire, England v desk of Contents Chemical info as a advertisement market E. Garfield ..•.•.•••..........•.•...•............•.•...•.

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