We are delighted to announce that the 2012 Impact Factor* for Journal of Materials Chemistry is 6.101!
This is the journal’s highest ever value and a continued increase over previous years. This shows the high quality and impact that work published in the journal represents. We would like to thank our authors, referees, readers and Editorial and Advisory Board members for all your contributions to the success of Journal of Materials Chemistry.
We are also delighted to announce that the 2012 Immediacy Index# for Journal of Materials Chemistry is 1.130!
We envision this success to continue with the three new journals: Journal of Materials Chemistry A, B and C. Submit your next high impact paper to Journal of Materials Chemistry A, B or C and enjoy all the benefits of being an RSC author!
The 2012 Impact Factor* for Journal of Materials Chemistry is currently missing from the 2012 Journal Citation Reports®, (Thomson Reuters, 2013) due to a technical error by Thomson Reuters. The 2012 Journal Citation Reports® Notice files contains the 2012 Journal of Materials Chemistry date, which can be found here.
A review of chemical vapour deposition of graphene on copper
Cecilia Mattevi, Hokwon Kim and Manish Chhowall
Mesoporous silica nanoparticle based nano drug delivery systems: synthesis, controlled drug release and delivery, pharmacokinetics and biocompatibility
Qianjun He and Jianlin Shi
Chemical doping of graphene
Hongtao Liu, Yunqi Liu and Daoben Zhu
Superparamagnetic Fe3O4 nanocrystals@graphene composites for energy storage devices
Baojun Li, Huaqiang Cao, Jin Shao, Meizhen Qu and Jamie H. Warner
Reduction of graphite oxide using alcohols
Daniel R. Dreyer, Shanthi Murali, Yanwu Zhu, Rodney S. Ruoff and Christopher W. Bielawski
Graphene modified LiFePO4 cathode materials for high power lithium ion batteries
Xufeng Zhou, Feng Wang, Yimei Zhu and Zhaoping Liu
ZnO@graphene composite with enhanced performance for the removal of dye from water
Baojun Li and Huaqiang Cao
*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 2012 Journal Citation Reports®, (Thomson Reuters, 2013). There will be an impact factor for either Journal of Materials Chemistry, or Journal of Materials Chemistry A, B and C, every year. The 2014 Journal Citation Reports® will include the last impact factor for Journal of Materials Chemistry, and the first impact factors for the three new journals.
#Immediacy Index is the numbers of citations in a given year to papers published in that year.