Chemical Science = high impact

We want our authors’ research to get the recognition it deserves: Publishing in Chemical Science means your article will have excellent visibility and impact.

Graph 1 below shows the number of citations to articles published so far in 2013 in Chemical Science and other similar general chemistry journals – showing that articles in Chemical Science are read and cited quickly.

This is also reflected in Chemical Science‘s high Impact Factor (8.3) and Immediacy Index (2.7) – see how this compares to JACS and Angewandte Chemie in graph 2 below.*

Chemical Science Citations

Graph 1: Citations to articles published in January to June 2013 (Data downloaded from ISI Web of Science on 16 August 2013)

Immediacy Index

Graph 2: Immediacy Index

*Figures from the 2012 Journal Citation Report © 2013 Thomson Reuters. The Immediacy Index is the average number of times an article is cited in the year it is published and indicates how quickly articles in a journal are cited.

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2 Responses to “Chemical Science = high impact”

  1. […] Chemical Science is the Royal Society of Chemistry’s flagship journal; publishing articles of exceptional significance and high-impact reviews from across the chemical sciences. The journal’s latest (2012) Impact Factor is 8.3. Research in Chemical Science is not only of the highest quality but also has excellent visibility; this is reflected in our latest citation profile. […]

  2. […] Cross coupling of thioethers with aryl boroxines to construct biaryls via Rh catalyzed C–S activation Fei Pan, Hui Wang, Peng-Xiang Shen, Jing Zhao and Zhang-Jie Shi DOI: 10.1039/C3SC22242J Chemical Science is the Royal Society of Chemistry’s flagship journal; publishing research articles of exceptional significance and high-impact reviews from across the chemical sciences. The journal’s latest (2012) Impact Factor is 8.3. Research in Chemical Science is not only of the highest quality but also has excellent visibility; this is reflected in our latest citation profile. […]

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