2018 Impact Factors of ChemPubSoc Europe Journals

2018 Impact Factors of ChemPubSoc Europe Journals

Author: ChemViews Magazine

ChemPubSoc Europe Journals

The newest results in the Journal Citation Report (JCR) by Clarivate Analytics for journals published by ChemPubSoc Europe and their sister journals published by the Gesellschaft Deutscher Chemiker (GDCh, German Chemical Society) are given below. ChemPlusChem and ChemSusChem received their highest ever impact factors. For more highlights see below.

ChemPubSoc Europe is a partnership of 16 European chemical societies nurturing a family of high-quality chemistry journals.


Angewandte Chemie International Edition 12.257     

The new impact factor of 12.257 for Angewandte Chemie – The Home of Chemistry, means that it has continued on its upward trajectory as the journal expands and adds new exciting features.

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

Chemistry – A European Journal 5.160     

The new impact factor for Chemistry – A European Journal of 5.160 means that it has remained above 5 for the 13th consecutive year, maintaining its stand as a top-quality society journal publishing papers from all fields of chemistry.

Batteries & Supercaps    

Batteries & Supercaps is ChemPubSoc Europe’s journal on electrochemical energy storage and covers all topics in the field, from fundamentals to devices, with an emphasis on understanding and insight at the molecular level. Batteries & Supercaps is rapidly establishing itself as a go-to source for the latest on energy research, and will be indexed in Web of Science later this summer.

ChemBioChem 2.641     

ChemBioTalents are our future! ChemBioChem remains a top journal in the field (impact factor 2.593) and wants to further strengthen the ties between chemistry and biology by supporting young talented researchers, the future of this research area.

ChemCatChem 4.495    

With an impact factor of 4.495, ChemCatChem represents ChemPubSoc Europe and its member societies in the global catalysis research community. With all new processes, ChemCatChem is probably the fastest catalysis journal in the world.

ChemElectroChem 3.975     

ChemElectroChem is a young journal catering to researchers in all areas of electrochemistry and related disciplines. The latest impact factor of 3.975 demonstrates that it is competitive with even the most established journals within the field. As a journal of ChemPubSoc Europe, it is the only specialized electrochemistry journal owned by multiple national chemical societies.

ChemistryOpen 2.205     

In a world where demand for open access publishing is increasing at a breathtaking pace, ChemistryOpen (impact factor 2.205) remains among the leading society-owned gold open access chemistry journals. With rigorous peer review and rapid publication times, ChemistryOpen is an excellent platform for your next open access paper.

ChemistrySelect 1.716     

A good solid start for ChemistrySelect with its first full impact factor of 1.716. With submissions up by 20 % and publications up by 12 % over this time last year, it can be seen ChemistrySelect is the fastest growing journal in the family of ChemPubSoc Europe journals.

ChemMedChem 3.016    

With its new impact factor of 3.016, ChemMedChem remains a top journal in the field, covering all aspects of drug discovery—from traditional medicinal chemistry, to nanomedicine, cheminformatics in drug design, and macromolecular therapies & biologics. A favorite of both academics and industry professionals, ChemMedChem offers quick publication and great exposure for your next top paper in drug discovery!


ChemPhotoChem is ChemPubSoc Europe’s journal on all aspects of photochemistry. Indexed in Web of Science’s Emerging Sources Citation Index, ChemPhotoChem has attracted a high citation rate in 2018 for articles published in 2017, and can therefore already be considered a top photochemistry journal.

ChemPhysChem 3.077     

ChemPhysChem is ChemPubSoc Europe’s interdisciplinary journal on all aspects of physical chemistry and chemical physics. Maintaining an impact factor of around 3 for several years in a row now, is a testimony to ChemPhysChem’s established place in the field. ChemPhysChem remains one of the leading international journals of physical chemistry.

ChemPlusChem 3.441     

ChemPlusChem has received its highest impact factor ever (3.441), which shows that the journal is maintaining its leading position as a forum for top-quality multidisciplinary research. ChemPlusChem offers a high-quality review process and speedy publication, as well as a number of topical special issues, including its Early-Career Series.

ChemSusChem 7.804    

With its highest ever impact factor of 7.804, ChemSusChem remains among the leading journals serving the green and sustainable chemistry community and further underlines the importance of sustainability to current advances in general chemistry. We look forward to your next great sustainable paper!


ChemSystemsChem is ChemPubSoc Europe’s journal on the emerging field of systems chemistry. ChemSystemsChem covers all aspects of emergence in chemical systems, from reaction networks and responsive materials to artificial cells and method development that explores complexity in chemical systems. The first content is already online and the inaugural issue is scheduled for mid-July.

European Journal of Inorganic Chemistry 2.578  

The European Journal of Inorganic Chemistry (EurJIC) remains a top inorganic chemistry journal, with an impact factor of 2.578. With our highly topical thematic issues and our institute feature series, EurJIC continues to deliver the best in inorganic chemistry.

European Journal of Organic Chemistry 3.029  

With a new impact factor of 3.029, the European Journal of Organic Chemistry (EurJOC) continues to be a journal of choice for high-quality organic chemistry content from researchers worldwide. Broad in scope and a highly visible global presence make EurJOC – YourJOC: a strong publishing partner for your organic chemistry!

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


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