2009 ISI Impact Factors

  • Author: Wiley-VCH
  • Published Date: 08 July 2010
  • Source / Publisher: Thomson ISI®2009 Journal Citation Reports (JCR)
  • Copyright: Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA

 


 

Highlights

 

Angewandte Chemie

Has further increased its Impact Factor to 11.829, strengthening its position as the leading chemistry journal publishing primary research and review articles. It is a journal of the German Chemical Society published under the Wiley-VCH brand.


ChemSusChem

Received an impressive first Impact Factor of 4.767 confirming its status as a highly influential journal for sustainability- related chemistry, materials science, and more. ChemSusChem is also from Wiley-VCH and co-owned and supported by ChemPubSoc Europe, a conglomeration of 16 European Chemical Societies.


Biofuels, Bioproducts, Biorefining

Increased its Impact Factor by 68% to 4.885 and jumped to Rank 2, in just 2 years.


The Chemical Record
 
Has got its highest Impact Factor ever: 3.862.


Mass Spectrometry Reviews

Within one of its most successful chemistry related subject categories, Spectroscopy, Wiley publishes 5 out of the Top 10 journals, with Mass Spectrometry Reviews continuing its outstanding position at No.1 for its 11th year with 10.994

 

Number one or two ranked journals are:

 

Mass Spectrometry Reviews

Advanced Synthesis and Catalysis Biofuels, Bioproducts, Biorefining Medicinal Research Reviews

No.1 for its 11th year
with 10.994

No. 1 for its 7th year
with 5.187
No. 2 with 4.885 No. 2 with 8.656
 

Other Chemistry Impact Factors

Multidisciplinary Chemistry
 

 

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Applied Chemistry
 
 

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Organic/Inorganic Chemistry
 
 
Medicinal Chemistry
 
Physical Chemistry/ Electrochemistry

 

Chemical Engineering

 

Crystallography

Energy & Fuels

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