2019 Impact Factors of Chemistry Europe Journals

2019 Impact Factors of Chemistry Europe Journals

Author: ChemistryViews.org

The newest results in the Journal Citation Report (JCR) by Clarivate Analytics for journals published by Chemistry Europe are given below.

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


Chemistry – A European Journal 4.857     

In the year of its 25th anniversary, Chemistry – A European Journal, the flagship journal of Chemistry Europe, received an Impact Factor of of 4.857 and 100,665 total cites, firmly positioning the journal as a truly international forum for amplifying the scientific excellence of researchers in chemistry and related fields.

Analysis & Sensing    

Analysis & Sensing is accepting submissions. This new Chemistry Europe journal is a global forum for quality research across all aspects of analytical and bioanalytical chemistry and sensors, ranging from fundamental studies on core spectroscopic and spectrometric methods to applications across a variety of disciplines.

Batteries & Supercaps    

Batteries & Supercaps, Chemistry Europe’s journal of electrochemical energy storage, has been indexed in Science Citation Index Expanded (Journal Citation Reports, Web of Science Group, 2020) at the beginning of 2020. This is a strong signal that Batteries & Supercaps is a trusted source of cutting-edge research, serving the international community.

ChemBioChem 2.576     

ChemBioTalents are our future! ChemBioChem remains a top journal in the field (impact factor 2.576) and wants to further strengthen the ties between chemistry and biology by supporting early-career researchers at every stage of their career.

ChemCatChem 4.853    

ChemCatChem is the European society journal for catalysis. With an increased impact factor of 4.853, it delivers high-quality, high-impact research to the global community with integrity and care.

ChemElectroChem 4.154     

ChemElectroChem is a global platform catering for researchers in all areas of electrochemistry and related disciplines. With an increased impact factor of 4.154 and a 5-year impact factor of 4.146, ChemElectroChem is remains a top competitor in the field.


Chemistry—Methods is Chemistry Europe’s fully open-access interdisciplinary journal publishing research on all aspects of methods in chemistry, ranging from operando methods in catalysis to new approaches to imaging and new synthetic methods.

ChemistryOpen 2.370    

With an increased impact factor of 2.370, ChemistryOpen remains a strong fully open access chemistry journal, publishing high-quality papers in all chemistry-related fields. With rigorous peer review and rapid publication times, ChemistryOpen is an excellent platform for your next open access paper. The publication of a higher number of papers in ChemistryOpen in 2019 than ever before further reflects the growing importance of open science and open access research to chemists all over the world.

ChemistrySelect 1.811    

With an increased impact factor of 1.811, ChemistrySelect remains one of the fastest growing journals within the Chemistry Europe family, and with submissions coming from over 70 countries from all major continents, it has established itself as a truly international journal.

ChemMedChem 3.124   

With its new impact factor of 3.124, ChemMedChem remains to be a top journal covering all aspects of drug discovery—from traditional medicinal chemistry, to nanomedicine, cheminformatics and AI in drug design, and macromolecular therapies and biologics. A favorite of both academics and industry professionals, ChemMedChem offers quick publication and great exposure for your next great therapeutics article!

ChemPhotoChem 2.838    

ChemPhotoChem, Chemistry Europe’s journal for the whole spectrum of photochemistry, has received an excellent first impact factor of 2.838. This shows that ChemPhotoChem has established itself as a leading photochemistry journal in a remarkably short time and is proof of the trust of the global research community.

ChemPhysChem 3.144    

ChemPhysChem is Chemistry Europe’s journal of physical chemistry. With an increased impact factor of 3.144 for the second consecutive year, ChemPhysChem consistently delivers high-quality research to our international community.

ChemPlusChem 2.753     

Recent highlights of being selected for indexing in MEDLINE®, publishing a record number of papers in 2019, and celebrating its 100th monthly issue since it was founded in 2012 show that ChemPlusChem is firmly established as a top multidisciplinary journal centering on chemistry (impact factor 2.753). Its high-quality content and peer review, rapid publication times, and distinctive multidisciplinary scope that connects researchers across subdisciplines make it a quality international forum for disseminating top research.

ChemSusChem 7.962    

With its new highest-ever impact factor of 7.962, ChemSusChem remains one of the leading forums for research into sustainable chemistry and clean energy conversion. The continuing growth of the journal reflects the increasing importance of sustainability to all fields of chemistry and the team is proud to give a platform to the excellent scientists working in this area.


ChemSystemsChem is Chemistry Europe’s journal on the emerging field of systems chemistry. ChemSystemsChem covers research in out-of-equilibrium self-assembly, chemical networks and chemical ensembles with emergent properties, such as movement, communication and collective behaviour, working together in minimal metabolisms, artificial cells and self-synthesising chemical factories, and including method development and theoretical modelling.

European Journal of Inorganic Chemistry 2.529  

The European Journal of Inorganic Chemistry (EurJIC) remains a top inorganic chemistry journal (impact factor 2.529). Its recently introduced society prizewinner collections and institute features, and its ongoing thematic issues, ensure that it serves the community well by bringing you the best of inorganic chemistry. With a small team of dedicated professionals that works closely with the board members and society partners, it continues to deliver high-quality research to its global audience.

European Journal of Organic Chemistry 2.889     

EurJOC – YourJOC: Your strong publishing partner in organic chemistry! As a leading international, society-owned journal, the European Journal of Organic Chemistry (impact factor 2.889) ensures high-quality content by close collaboration between the editors, our international board members, and expert referees.

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


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