Featured Impact Factors for Wiley and Wiley-VCH Journals
- WIREs Computational Molecular Science: 11.885 / up by 31%
- Asian Journal of Organic Chemistry – An ACES journal: 3.318 / up by 45%
- Fuel Cells: 2.080 / up by 35%
- BioFactors – A journal of the IUBMB : 4.592 / up by 53%
- Particle & Particle Systems Characterization: 3.081 / up by 474%
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New Journals with their First Impact Factors
- Asian Journal of Organic Chemistry – An ACES Journal: 3.318 (Chemistry, Organic)
- Energy Technology: 2.824 (Energy & Fuels)
Journals with an Impact Factor higher than 10
- Advanced Materials: 17.493 (Chemistry, Multidisciplinary)
- Advanced Energy Materials: 16.146 (Chemistry, Physical)
- WIREs Computational Molecular Science: 11.885 (Chemistry, Multidisciplinary)
- Advanced Functional Materials: 11.805 (Chemistry, Multidisciplinary)
- Angewandte Chemie International Edition – A journal of the Gesellschaft Deutscher Chemiker (GDCh, German Chemical Society): 11.261 (Chemistry, Multidisciplinary)
Highly Ranked Journals
- WIREs Computational Molecular Science: 1/56 Mathematical and Computational Biology
- Advanced Materials: 2/139 Chemistry, Physical
- Mass Spectrometry Reviews: 2/44 Spectroscopy
- Medicinal Research Reviews: 2/59 Chemistry, Medicinal
- Advanced Synthesis & Catalysis: 2/70 Chemistry, Applied
- Journal of Applied Crystallography – A journal of the IUCr: 3/23 Crystallography
- Advanced Energy Materials: 3/88 Energy & Fuels
Computational and Theoretical Chemistry Highlights
The Wiley computational and theoretical chemistry portfolio continues to be appreciated as the go-to forum for reporting breakthroughs in the development and application of computational and modeling methods in chemistry, physics, biology and materials science.
The flagship Journal of Computational Chemistry (2014 impact factor: 3.589) remains one of the reference journals in the field, publishing highlights from all aspects of computational chemistry: analytical, biological, inorganic, organic, physical, and materials.
WIREs Computational Molecular Science‘s all-time high 2014 impact factor of 11.885 is evidence of the high esteem in which this new journal is held by researchers from all domains of computational molecular science.
The International Journal of Quantum Chemistry has an expanded scope to better reflect the broad interests of today’s quantum chemists. Its 2014 impact factor of 1.432 (22.8% increase from 2013) and immediacy index of 0.959 (up 50.3% since last year) are clear indication that the new direction of the journal is well appreciated by the research community.
Top Cited Articles in the International Journal of Quantum Chemistry, published in 2014: (Free to Read)
- CRYSTAL14: A program for the ab initio investigation of crystalline solids,
Roberto Dovesi, Roberto Orlando, Alessandro Erba, Claudio M. Zicovich-Wilson, Bartolomeo Civalleri, Silvia Casassa, Lorenzo Maschio, Matteo Ferrabone, Marco De La Pierre, Philippe D’Arco, Yves Noël, Mauro Causà, Michel Rérat, Bernard Kirtman,
Int. J. Quantum Chem 2014, 114, 1287–1317.
- Hubbard-corrected DFT energy functionals: The LDA+U description of correlated systems,
Burak Himmetoglu, Andrea Floris, Stefano de Gironcoli, Matteo Cococcioni,
Int. J. Quantum Chem 2014, 114, 14–49.
Also of Interest
- 2014 Impact Factors of Materials Science Journals
- 2014 Impact Factors of Materials Physics Journals
- 2014 Impact Factors of Polymer Science Journals
- 2013 ISI Impact Factors
- Clever Picture: Understanding Impact Factors,
ChemViews Mag. 2015.