NAAS Score: 5.21 for 2017 | Scientific Journal Impact Factor (SJIF) 4.856 |
Index Copernicus (IC) Value 52.224
Chemical Science Review and Letters (ISSN 2278-6783) is an international chemistry journal that publishes interdisciplinary research related to chemistry/chemical science. This e-journal entered into 6th year of service since its inception in 2012. As a peer-reviewed international chemistry journal, it aims at rapid publication of quality chemistry research and review articles. The journal is devoted to short communications/letters, full-length research articles, as well as review articles in the fundamental and applied research areas related to chemical, materials science, agricultural science and engineering. The journal welcomes manuscripts related the below mentioned areas. Chemical Science Review and Letters has a Scientific Journal Impact Factor of 4.856. The journal was ranked 3rd among 30+ quality international journals listed in the category of Natural Sciences by SJIF, Innospace. The journal has a Index Copernicus Value, ICV 52.224 for the year 2015.
Periodicity: The journal publishes 1 volume (4 issues) per year. Months: Since 2014, accepted articles will appear online fortnightly and fully issue will be available at the end of March, June September, and December.
Readership: Chemists, Chemical Biologists, Physical Chemists, Agricultural Chemists, and other researchers working on Chemistry.
Abstracting and Indexing: NAAS, Chemical Abstract Service (CAS, SciFinder, A division of the American Chemical Society), Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ), Electronic Journals Library (EZB), Directory of Research Journals Indexing (DRJI), ResearchBib Academic Resource Index, Inno Space – Scientific Journal Impact Factor (SJIF), Directory of Science, CiteFactor, Exlibris PRimo Central, MIAR of University of Barcelona, JournalGuide, Denmark Technological University (DTU) Findit, BASE, The University of Hong Kong Libraries, OUM Malaysia, Academic Keys, Microsoft’s Academic Search, Google Scholar.
Under Evaluation/Progress: Thomson Reuters SCI/SCI-E/ESCI, Scopus