2015 Impact Factors: Organic/Inorganic Chemistry

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  • Published: 13 June 2016
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  • Source / Publisher: Thomson Reuters 2015 Citation Data
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Organic/Inorganic Chemistry


Advanced Synthesis & Catalysis

IF: 6.453

Most Cited

Asian Journal of Organic Chemistry

IF: 3.275

Most Cited

European Journal of Organic Chemistry

IF: 3.068

Most Cited

European Journal of Inorganic Chemistry

IF: 2.686

Most Cited

Applied Organometallic Chemistry

IF: 2.452

Most Cited


IF: 2.025

Most Cited

Journal of Physical Organic Chemistry

IF: 1.515

Most Cited


IF: 1.364



Selected Journals

The impact factor of Advanced Synthesis & Catalysis increased to 6.453; the highest value since the journal was relaunched in 2001. The immediacy index is 1.141. The high impact of ASC can be attributed to the unique focus of the journal, which publishes exciting new results from academic and industrial labs on efficient, practical, and environmentally friendly organic synthesis.


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