Chemistry – A European Journal

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  • Editorial Board: Jan-Erling Bäckvall, University of Stockholm, Sweden
  • Published Date: 11 November 2010
  • Source / Publisher: Wiley-VCH & ChemPubSoc Europe
  • Associated Societies: ChemPubSoc Europe

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Chemistry - A European Journal has established itself as a truly international journal with top quality contributions (2015 ISI Impact Factor 5.771). It is the international forum for the publication of outstanding Communications and Full Papers from all areas of chemistry and related fields.


Based in Europe, Chemistry - A European Journal increases the visibility of European chemistry and attracts authors and readers from around the world.
All manuscripts are peer-reviewed, and electronic processing ensures accurate reproduction of text and data, plus short publication times.
The Reviews and Minireviews deal with topics of high current interest in any area of chemistry. An additional Concepts section provides nonspecialist readers with a useful conceptual guide to unfamiliar areas and experts with new angles on familiar problems.

ISSN: 0947-6539 (print), 1521-3765 (online), CODEN: CEUJED
Volume 20. 52 Issues in 2014.


 

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