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Back Content from ECS Journals Now Available on Scitation

September 17, 2001 — ECS is pleased to announce that all full-text articles previously hosted on the ECS website have now been converted and placed on the Scitation (Online Journal Publishing Service) platform. This conversion includes all articles from Electrochemical and Solid-State Letters (from its inception in mid-1998), and the 1999 and 2000 articles from the Journal of The Electrochemical Society.

The articles have been converted by AIP (available in PDF and/or HTML formats). They have been abstracted, indexed, and included in the ECS journals-specific searchable databases, as well as in SPIN, AIP’s Searchable Physics Information Notices. Prior to this conversion, users of ECS journals needed to search the current content on the OJPS website, and the pre-2001 content on the ECS website. All available online articles can now be searched at the same time and in the same place.

ECS journals are the two highest-ranked journals in electrochemistry, according to the ISI’s Science Citation Index. The journals offer a breadth of articles in electrochemical and solid-state science and technology. The journals are “electronic-first” publications, with articles posted as soon as they are available, one article at a time. Authors interested in submitting to the journals may visit the ECS website for Instructions.

Each year, the Society plans to convert and host more of the content from the Journal. This back content is available to all members and subscribers of each ECS journal. Access to the online content is a valuable benefit of ECS membership. Each journal also publishes a monthly paper edition, and a year-end CD-ROM edition. For ordering information, please visit

The Electrochemical Society (ECS) is an international, nonprofit, educational society serving the needs of over 8,000 members engaged in solid-state and electrochemical science & technology in over 70 countries.

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