2011 Impact Factors of ChemPubSoc Europe Journals

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  • Author: ChemViews
  • Published Date: 09 July 2012
  • Source / Publisher: 2011 Journal Citation Reports® (Thomson Reuters, 2012)
  • Copyright: Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA
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Impact Factors have increased by almost 75 % for our ChemPubSoc Europe journals published in chemistry and related subjects. This is an excellent figure, and a further indicator that ChemPubSoc Europe is dedicated to offering high-quality content.

Other highlights:

  • All ChemPubSoc Europe journals in the multidisciplinary category, 100 %, are amongst the top 20 journals.
  • 38 % of our journals have an IF over 5.
  • All the ChemPubSoc Europe journals that are eligible for Impact Factors are now over 3.
  • An article published in ChemPubSoc Europe journals and their sister journals has been cited, on average, 7 times, (dividing the total cites by the total number of articles used in the 2011 Impact Factor calculation, that is, a true average impact factor of 7 for all these journals).


The increase of the Impact Factors is, amongst others, a result of the strict emphasis on scientific diligence that all of you insist on in your various dealings with the editorial office, either by submitting good manuscripts, by returning thorough referee reports, or by providing helpful guidance and suggestions.

We thank all of you for your valuable contributions to this result.





Publishing in chemistry with ChemPubSoc Europe makes an impact!


ChemPubSoc Europe Journals


2010 IF


2011 IF


ChemSusChem

6.325

6.827

Chem. Eur. J.

5.476

5.925

ChemCatChem

3.345

5.207

ChemBioChem

3.945

3.944

ChemPhysChem

3.340

3.412

Eur. J. Org. Chem.

3.206

3.329

ChemMedChem

3.306

3.151

Eur. J. Inorg. Chem.

2.910

3.049

 

Sister Journals

Angew. Chem. Int. Ed.

12.730

13.455

Chem. Asian J.

4.188

4.500


Impact Factor
5.925

The exciting mix of groundbreaking communications, full papers, concepts, and reviews from all fields of chemistry offered by Chemistry – A European Journal is clearly evident its new impact factor which has reached its highest ever value of 5.925.

Impact Factor
3.329

EurJOC’s impact factor increased to 3.329 and is the only organic chemistry journal whose Impact Factor has been constantly increasing for more than 10 years.

Impact Factor
3.049

EurJIC’s impact factor has reached new heights! We are delighted to announce an all-time-high impact factor of 3.049.

Impact Factor
6.827

ChemSusChem's impact factor has increased to 6.827, its 5-Year Journal Impact Factor even to 7.171.

Impact Factor
5.207

ChemCatChem's impact factor jumped by 56% to 5.207

Impact Factor
3.412

ChemPhysChem's impact factor has increased to 3.412

Impact Factor
3.151

ChemMedChem's 5year Impact Factor is 3.445

Impact Factor
3.944

High immediacy index of 0.819


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