2017 Impact Factors: Applied Chemistry

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  • Published: 02 July 2018
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Applied Chemistry


Advanced Synthesis & Catalysis

Impact Factor 2017: 5.123

Top cited article:
Pankaj Chauhan, Suruchi Mahajan, Uğur Kaya, Daniel Hack, Dieter Enders
Bifunctional Amine‐Squaramides: Powerful Hydrogen‐Bonding Organocatalysts for Asymmetric Domino/Cascade Reactions

Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture

Impact Factor 2017: 2.379

Top cited article:
Adina C Bosch, Bernadette O'Neill, Gunnar O Sigge, Sven E Kerwath, Louwrens C Hoffman
Heavy metals in marine fish meat and consumer health: a review

Flavour and Fragrance Journal

Impact Factor 2017: 1.950

Top cited article:
Hui Ni, Peng Hong, Hai Feng Ji, Hao Sun, Yan Hong Chen, An Feng Xiao, Feng Chen
Comparative analyses of aromas of fresh, naringinase‐treated and resin‐absorbed juices of pummelo by GC‐MS and sensory evaluation

Propellants, Explosives, Pyrotechnics

Impact Factor 2017: 1.749

Top cited article:
Peter Politzer, Jane S. Murray
High Performance, Low Sensitivity: Conflicting or Compatible?

Coloration Technology

Impact Factor 2017: 1.168

Top cited article:
Zundong Liu, Kuanjun Fang, Hongguo Gao, Xiuming Liu, Jianfei Zhang
Effect of cotton fabric pretreatment on drop spreading and colour performance of reactive dye inks

Cereal Chemistry

Impact Factor 2017: 1.138

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Chemistry & Industry

Impact Factor 2017: 0.126

Top cited article:
Chips with everything


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