ChemComm hits 100

Back in 2005, ChemComm moved to weekly publication. Content has grown so rapidly over the past few years that our 2011 issues now contain around 75 articles on average.

We expect this growth to continue – so we’re moving to 100 issues in 2012. And we’ll be the first chemistry journal to do this.

Growth in number of articles published 2007 – 2010

Why have we taken this decision? With our authors and readers in mind, we wanted to further improve the service we are currently offering. More issues means:

  • as an author, you will have page numbers assigned to your articles more quickly
  • if you’re a reader, you will have shorter contents lists to browse
  • more frequent Table of Contents alerts, helping you to keep up-to-date with the latest research

 And just in case you’re thinking that our Impact Factor hasn’t kept pace with our growth – think again:

Growth in Impact Factor 2007 – 2010

So there are exciting times ahead for ChemComm – make sure you keep in touch by signing up for the newsletter or Table of Contents alert – or both – on our website.

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