Highest Impact Factor for Green Chemistry – 5.84

Newly released 2009 ISI citation data shows the impact factor for Green Chemistry hits a record high of 5.84,
representing a 28.5% growth over the 2008 figure.

Professor Martyn Poliakoff, Chair of the Editorial Board, commented

“I am delighted by the success of our Journal and the impact factor reflects on the high quality science of all our contributors and the overall impact of Green Chemistry“. 

This impressive trend underlines the continuing success of Green Chemistry, now in its 12th year
of publishing. This news reinforces Green Chemistry’s  position as the leading journal for publishing
cutting-edge research of the highest quality in the field of green and sustainable technologies.

I would like to thank all our authors, referees, readers and Editors for their continued support of Green Chemistry.

Sarah

(Sarah Ruthven, Editor, Green Chemistry)

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One Response to “Highest Impact Factor for Green Chemistry – 5.84”

  1. I do share with you all your point of views….

    Mario Micciarelli
    Chemist

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