2015 Impact Factors of ChemPubSoc Europe Journals

  • Author: ChemViews
  • Published Date: 14 June 2016
  • Source / Publisher: Thomson Reuters 2015 Citation Data
  • Copyright: Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA, Weinheim
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ChemPubSoc Europe Journals

The journals published by ChemPubSoc Europe and their sister journals published by the Gesellschaft Deutscher Chemiker (GDCh, German Chemical Society) achieved excellent results in the Journal Citation Report (JCR) by Thomson Reuters.

 


Angewandte Chemie International Edition 11.709     

The enhanced impact of Angewandte Chemie is clearly visible: In 2015, in addition to the impact factor rising to 11.709, the number of cites increased considerably (263526), as did the 5-year impact factor (12.111). The journal published almost 2500 Communications and more than 2600 articles in total, meaning that for the first time Angewandte Chemie has published more articles than the other "big" journal, namely the Journal of the American Chemical Society (JACS). The output of the latter has now fallen to 2379, representing a drop of 29 % compared to the 3332 articles published in 2009. Angewandte Chemie has increased the number of published articles over the same period by over 60 %.


Angewandte Chemie is owned by the Gesellschaft Deutscher Chemiker and a sister journal to all the ChemPubSoc Europe journals below.


Chemistry – A European Journal 5.771     

Consistently publishing high-profile chemistry for ChemPubSoc Europe, Chemistry – A European Journal has now had an impact factor above 5 for over 10 years (2015: 5.771). With improving publication times, and free color agreed for the next volume, the future of this society-owned journal is bright.


ChemBioChem 2.850     

A well-established leader in chemical biology, ChemBioChem has recently expanded into the fields of synthetic biology and bio-nanotechnology, with an impact factor of 2.850 for 2015. Combining rapid publication times with a top-quality peer review process, the journal has remained a resource for chemical biologists over the past 16 years.


ChemCatChem 4.724    

With an impact factor of 4.724, ChemCatChem is a high-impact journal in catalysis. With excellent peer review and rapid publication times, the journal continues to serve the catalysis community.


ChemElectroChem 3.506     

With an excellent first impact factor of 3.506, ChemElectroChem is now firmly established as one of the leading journals worldwide for electrochemistry and all its applications, including bioelectrochemistry, electrocatalysis, sensing, and power sources.


ChemistryOpen 3.585     

With an impact factor of 3.585, ChemistryOpen, a society-owned open-access journal on general chemistry, is an excellent choice for your next open-access paper.


ChemistrySelect     

Launched in 2016; will receive its first partial impact factor in 2018.


ChemMedChem 2.980     

ChemMedChem celebrates its 10th anniversary in 2016 with an impact factor of 2.980. With balanced peer review and rapid publication times, ChemMedChem is an excellent choice for your next paper on drug design, discovery, and development.


ChemPhysChem 3.138     

ChemPhysChem has established itself over the years as a top journal on all aspects of physical chemistry. The 2015 impact factor of 3.138 confirms this.


ChemPlusChem 2.836     

ChemPlusChem publishes top multidisciplinary chemistry and offers swift and rigorous peer review (av. 17 days to an initial decision) and rapid publication times (av. 40 days from submission to accepted article online), making it an excellent platform for your next multidisciplinary paper (2015 impact factor of 2.836, immediacy index of 0.816).


ChemSusChem 7.116    

With an impact factor of 7.116, ChemSusChem continues to be a leader in the field of sustainable chemistry, including renewables, biofuels, energy storage and conversion, solar cells, catalysis for clean energy, and many other technologies aimed at a better future.


European Journal of Inorganic Chemistry 2.686  

EurJIC maintains its status as one of the leading journals in inorganic chemistry with an impact factor of 2.686. Delivering high-quality content to our valued authors and readers with a stellar service remains our top priority.


European Journal of Organic Chemistry 3.068  

EurJOC is maintaining its position as a journal for high-quality organic chemistry research with an impact factor of 3.068. The rapid publication times will be further improved by the implementation of the Accepted Article function, which will allow content access within days after acceptance.


We thank all authors, referees, board members, and readers for their continued support.

 

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