Asian Journal of Organic Chemistry

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  • Editorial Board: Sung Ho Kang, Keiji Maruoka, Deqing Zhang
  • Published Date: 01 September 2012
  • Source / Publisher: Wiley-VCH
  • Associated Societies: Asian Chemical Editorial Society (ACES)

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Organic chemistry is the fundamental science that stands at the heart of chemistry, biology, and materials science. Research in these areas is vigorous and truly international, with three major regions making almost equal contributions: America, Europe and Asia. Until now, the top international organic chemistry journals have been either American or European – the Asian Journal of Organic Chemistry (AsianJOC) is the realization of a dream for organic chemists in Asia.


AsianJOC is a top-ranked international research journal with primary publications and critical secondary information from authors across the world. The journal covers organic chemistry in its entirety. Authors and readers come from academia, the chemical industry and government laboratories.

AsianJOC is published on behalf of the Asian Chemical Editorial Society (ACES), an association of numerous chemical societies across Asia and the Pacific. It is a sister journal of Chemistry – An Asian Journal and the European Journal of Organic Chemistry (EurJOC), and is the official journal of the Korean Society of Organic Synthesis (KSOS). It is supported by ChemPubSoc Europe and the Federation of Asian Chemical Societies (FACS).


Topics:

  • Biochemistry
  • Bioorganic Chemistry
  • Chemical Biology
  • Medicinal Chemistry
  • Chemical Process Research
  • Green Chemistry
  • Natural Products
  • Heterocyclic Chemistry
  • Carbohydrate Chemistry
  • Organometallic Chemistry
  • Metal, Organic and Enzyme catalysis
  • Supramolecular Chemistry
  • Macromolecular Chemistry
  • Materials Science


Types of articles: Full Papers, Communications, and Focus Reviews


 

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