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Dear Colleagues

**Apologies for cross-posting**

The first articles for new RSC Publishing journal Polymer Chemistry are now freely available online at http://www.rsc.org/polymers, with the inaugural issue due to follow early in 2010.

The current issue will be made freely available to all readers via the website throughout 2010 and 2011. Free institutional online access to all 2010/2011 content is available on registration at http://www.rsc.org/Publishing/Journals/free_access_registration.asp. 

Please note: Subscribers to RSC Journals Packages A and A+ who have supplied us with their IP address do not need to register as access will be provided automatically.

Polymer Chemistry publishes advances in polymer chemistry encompassing all aspects of synthetic and biological macromolecules, and related emerging areas. The first batch of articles covers a broad range of topics; from plastic electronics to click chemistry and polymers for biological applications by top authors including Thomas Davis, Stefan Hecht and Martina Stenzel. 

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Kind regards

Valerie

Mrs Valerie Simpson M IDM, Product Marketing Manager
RSC Publishing, Royal Society of Chemistry, Thomas Graham House
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