Making an Impact – Excellent results for Wiley and Wiley-VCH in the 2011 Journal Citation Reports (Thomson Reuters, 2012)
We are pleased to announce that once again almost 70% of our journals published in chemistry and related subjects show a year on year increase in their Impact Factor*, demonstrating the outstanding quality standards we apply to our products.
We are proud that many of the journals published by Wiley or Wiley-VCH are in fact owned or co-owned by prestigious societies, including GDCh, ChemPubSoc Europe, ACES, IuCR, AICHE, SCI and many others.
Of the top 20 journals in multidisciplinary chemistry, six are published by Wiley/Wiley-VCH, three of them on behalf of our society partners; no other publisher has achieved a better result.
A special thanks goes to our authors, referees and Editorial Boards; without their help it would not have been possible to continually develop our journals over the years as shown by so many excellent 5-year IFs.
The Impact Factor of Angewandte Chemie has risen from 12.73 to 13.455! Among multidisciplinary chemistry journals, Angewandte Chemie is clearly in the lead if one considers, in addition to the Impact Factor, the number of articles published, the total cites, and the unique mix of articles. Angewandte Chemie is a journal of the German Chemical Society published by Wiley-VCH.
Acta Crystallographica Section D is now ranked No 1 in Crystallography. Its impact factor has doubled from 6.326 to 12.619. The journal is distributed on behalf of the International Union of Crystallography.
Medicinal Research Reviews is still ranked No 1 with an increased impact factor of 10.700.
Mass Spectrometry Reviews grew over 15% to 10.461 andreclaimed its No. 1 position within Spectroscopy.
Advanced Synthesis & Catalysis’s Impact Factor jumped to 6.048 (from 5.250) and remains the leading primary journal in organic, organometallic, and applied chemistry.
Journal of Applied Crystallography increased its impact factor by 45% to 5.152. The journal is distributed on behalf of the International Union of Crystallography.
The Journal of Computational Chemistry is pleased to report the increase of its impact factor from 4.050 to 4.583. It retains its position as a top journal in theoretical chemistry. In conjunction with a faster time to publication, the journal is poised to deliver the very best in the coming year.
Molecular Informatics has got its first impact factor of 2.390 and jumps right into the top ten of its category (Mathematics and Computational Biology).
Environmental Toxicology – increased its impact factor to 2.407 and ranks now in the top 10 of its category (Water Resources).
Environmental Progress & Sustainable Energy - increased its impact factor by 92% up to 1.649. It is a journal of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AICHE), published by Wiley.
The Israel Journal of Chemistry nearly doubled its impact factor to 1.535. It is the official journal of the Israel Chemical Society published by Wiley-VCH for the last 2 years.
Making an Impact – Excellent results for ChemPubSoc Europe journals - published by Wiley-VCH
We are pleased to announce that once again almost 75% of our CPSE journals published in chemistry and related subjects show an increase in their Impact Factor. This is an excellent figure, and a further indicator that ChemPubSoc Europe is dedicated to offering high-quality content.
Of all our journals in the multidisciplinary category, 100% are amongst the top 20 journals.
38% of our journals have an IF over 5.
All the ChemPubSoc Europe journals that are eligible for Impact Factors are now over 3.
An article published in ChemPubSoc Europe journals and their sister journals Angewandte Chemie and Chemistry - An Asian Journal has been cited, on average, 7 times, (dividing the total cites by the total number of articles used in the 2011 Impact Factor calculation, that is, a true average impact factor of 7 for all these journals).
The exciting mix of groundbreaking communications, full papers, concepts, and reviews from all fields of chemistry offered by Chemistry - A European Journal is clearly evident its new impact factor which has reached its highest ever value of 5.925.
EurJOC’s impact factor increased to 3.329 and is the only organic chemistry journal whose Impact Factor has been constantly increasing for more than 10 years.
EurJIC’s impact factor has reached new heights! We are delighted to announce an all-time-high impact factor of 3.049.
ChemSusChem's impact factor has increased to 6.827, its 5-Year Journal Impact Factor even to 7.171.
ChemCatChem's impact factor jumped by 56% to 5.207
ChemPhysChem's impact factor has increased to 3.412