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Faraday Discussions Impact Factor is 4.19

Faraday Discussions | Royal Society of Chemistry We are pleased to announce that the new Impact Factor* of Faraday Discussions is 4.19.

We were delighted to host Discussions in a variety of exciting areas over the last year – check out the associated Faraday Discussions volumes today:

Thanks to all our authors, speakers, readers, delegates, committee members and everyone else who has contributed to the continued success of Faraday Discussions.

We encourage you to get involved – register for one (or more!) of the excellent meetings still to come this year:

New Advances in Carbon Nanomaterials
1 – 3 September 2014, London, UK

Organic Photonics & Electronics
8 – 10 September 2014, Strathclyde, UK

Physical Chemistry of Functionalised Biomedical Nanoparticles
17 – 19 September 2014, Bristol, UK

Next-Generation Materials for Energy Chemistry
27 – 29 October 2014, Xiamen, China

Not able to join us this year? Find out more about the Faraday Discussions we have planned for 2015 and beyond..

Not familiar with the unique format of Faraday Discussions? Check out our FAQs.

Read more about the 2013 Impact Factors from across RSC Publishing on the RSC Publishing Blog.

*The Impact Factor provides an indication of the average number of citations per paper. Produced annually, Impact Factors are calculated by dividing the number of citations in a year by the number of citeable articles published in the preceding two years. Data based on 2013 Journal Citation Reports®, (Thomson Reuters, 2014).

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High Record Impact Factor for Faraday Discussions – 5.0

New citation data released by Thomson ISI shows the new Impact Factor of Faraday Discussions to be 5.0.

This is a great reflection on the exciting, unique nature of Faraday Discussions. We wish to thank all those who have taken part in previous Faraday Discussions – your input has made this dynamic journal what it is.

Take a look at recent published Faraday Discussions which took place in 2011:

Artificial Photosynthesis: FD155

Ionic Liquids: FD154

Coherence and Control in Chemistry: FD153

Gold: FD152

Hydrogen Storage Materials: FD151

Frontiers in Spectroscopy: FD150

There is also still time to take part in these upcoming Discussions:

Ion Specific Hofmeister Effects: Faraday Discussion 160
3 – 5 September 2012, Queens College Oxford, UK

Lipids and Membrane Biophysics: Faraday Discussion 161
11 – 13 September 2012, Burlington House, London, UK

Or see our website for Faraday Discussions planned for 2013 – Future Faraday Discussions

Find out how RSC journals are ranked in the latest Impact Factor release.

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Faraday Discussions latest Impact Factor 4.5

New citation data just released by Thomson ISI shows the new Impact Factor of Faraday Discussions to be 4.5.

We wish to thank all those who have taken part in previous Faraday Discussions – your input has made this dynamic journal what it is.

Take a look at recent published Faraday Discussions:

Analysis for Healthcare Diagnostics and Theranostics

Theory and Mechanism in Bioinorganic Chemistry

Chemistry of the Planets

Wetting Dynamics of Hydrophobic and Structured Surfaces

Frontiers in Physical Organic Chemistry

Multiscale Modelling of Soft Matter

There is also still time to take part in these upcoming Discussions:

Coherence and Control in Chemistry: Faraday Discussion 153
25 – 27 July 2011, Leeds, UK

Ionic Liquids: Faraday Discussion 154
22 – 24 August 2011, Belfast, UK

Artificial Photosynthesis: Faraday Discussion 155
5 – 7 September 2011, Edinburgh, UK

Or see our website for Faraday Discussions planned for 2012 – Future Faraday Discussions

Find out more about RSC Publishing’s 2010 Impact Factors

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