Once folded, the device detected light from all sides, the team reported in the July 26 Journal of the American Chemical Society.
What does JACS stand for?
JACS stands for Journal of the American Chemical Society
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We have 44 other meanings of JACS in our Acronym Attic
- Japan Association of Clinical Reagents Industries (est. 1983)
- JR (Japan Railway) Kyushu Advanced and Concentrated Railway Operating Systems
- Japan Association for Consumer Studies
- Japanese Association for Canadian Studies (est. 1977)
- Japanese Association of Computer Science
- Japanese Association of Counseling Science
- Joint Academic Coding System
- Joint Automated CEOI(Communications-Electronics Operating Instructions) System (US DoD)
- Joint Automated COMSEC System
- Journal of the American Ceramic Society
- Journal of the American College of Surgeons
- JUMPS Automated Coding System
- Justice and Community Services (Australia)
- Japan Center for a Sustainable Environment and Society
- Japan Association for the Comparative Studies of Management
- Joint Air Communications of the Pacific (US Navy)
- Joint Airways Communications System Pacific Ocean Areas
- Jane Addams College of Social Work (University of Illinois at Chicago)
- Japanese Association of Certified Social Workers
- Japanese Animation Club of Tallahassee (est. 1996; Florida State University)
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Other ACS titles include Inorganic Chemistry, Journal of the American Chemical Society and Chemical & Engineering News.
Journal of the American Chemical Society, 122, 11023 (2000).
The system could distinguish both the type of amino acid and its chiral form, the group reports in the May 3 Journal of the American Chemical Society.
Once those strandlike molecules had coated the carbon, the dots fluoresced when activated by colored lights, the researchers report in an upcoming Journal of the American Chemical Society.
The researchers describe the tubes in the March 1 Journal of the American Chemical Society.