Highest Ever Impact Factor – 4.1!

The latest citation data released by Thomson ISI on 17 June 2010 reveal that Dalton Transactions‘ Impact Factor has risen by over 14% to its highest ever value of 4.081.

This great rise would not be possible without the support of the inorganic, bioinorganic and organometallic communities and all those readers, authors and referees who contributed to the successes of the journal this year. Thank you for your continued support for Dalton Transactions.

Impact Factor Graph
Dalton Transactions’ Impact Factor grows 35% in the last four years to a record high

This impressive growth in impact factor in the last four years underlines the continuing success of Dalton Transactions which provides a natural home for high impact research in inorganic, organometallic and bioinorganic chemistry from all over the world.

To be part of this exciting journal, submit an article today.

The impact factor is a measure of the number of times an “average article” in a journal has been cited in a particular year. The impact factor for 2009 is calculated from the total number of citations given in 2009 to articles published in 2008 and 2007, divided by the number of articles published in 2008 and 2007.

Jamie

Jamie Humphrey (Editor, Dalton Transactions)

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One Response to “Highest Ever Impact Factor – 4.1!”

  1. [...] Chris has been the Chair of the Dalton Transactions Editorial Board since 2008 and, working together with the Editorial Board and Editorial Office, has overseen some significant developments for the journal, culminating this year with the journal’s impressive rise in impact factor to 4.1! [...]

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