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Royal Society of Chemistry
Royal Society of Chemistry Journals, Publisher, Abbreviations
New Journal of Chemistry - NJC is a broad-based primary journal encompassing all branches of chemistry and its sub-disciplines. It contains full research articles, letters and perspectives and focus articles.
This well-established journal, owned by the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS) of France, has been co-published with the Royal Society of Chemistry since January 1998.
NJC is the forum for the publication of high-quality, original and significant work that opens new directions in chemistry or in other scientific disciplines.
In addition to having a significant chemical component, work published in NJC must demonstrate that it will have an impact on areas of r...
RSC Advances papers should provide an insight that advances the chemistry field. Papers that contain little or no chemistry and are not considered to be of interest or relevance to the chemistry community are not within the scope of the journal.
The criteria for publication are that the work must be high quality, well-conducted and advance the development of the field. Articles submitted to the journal are evaluated by our international team of associate editors and reviewers for the overall quality and accuracy of the science presented.
RSC Advances Subject Categories
Chemical Society Reviews - Chem Soc Rev is the Royal Society of Chemistry's leading reviews journal. We publish high-impact, authoritative and reader-friendly review articles covering important topics at the forefront of the chemical sciences.
We welcome and encourage proposals for reviews from members of the research community.
Chemical Society Reviews Scope
Chem Soc Rev publishes review articles covering important topics at the forefront of the chemical sciences. Reviews should be of the very highest quality and international impact. We particularly encourage international and multidisciplinary collaborations among our authors.
Our scope covers the bre...