Chemistry-Methods Achieves Landmark Impact Factor

Chemistry-Methods Achieves Landmark Impact Factor

Author: ChemistryViews

Chemistry-Methods has received its inaugural impact factor today. With 6.1 this is a great success. This value places Chemistry–Methods within the top quartile for journals indexed in the Chemistry Multidisciplinary category.

Chemistry–Methods was launched in 2021 as the first fully open access journal on methods in chemistry. It is owned by Chemistry Europe and focuses on innovative interdisciplinary research in method development across the field, including work focused on innovative chemical processes, instrument and software development, and best practises, and benchmarking studies. Exciting fields covered by Chemistry–Methods include microscopy, spectroscopy, micro- and nanofluidics, modelling studies, and reaction mechanisms.

Of the journal’s excellent first impact factor, Board Co-Chair and leading flow chemistry researcher Oliver Kappe from Universität Graz, Austria; said: “I am very pleased to see that everyone’s hard work on the journal over the past few years in selecting high-quality manuscripts has paid off with the release of the first impressive impact factor of 6.1. I congratulate the editors for this fantastic feat.”

Editor in Chief Francesca Rita Novara said, “I would like to take this opportunity to thank all the authors, reviewers, and readers of Chemistry–Methods and look forward to publishing more leading research on methods development in chemistry in the future.”



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