ChemistrySelect is the latest journal from ChemPubSoc Europe, an organization of 16 continental European chemical societies, and complements the existing titles published in collaboration with Wiley-VCH. The steady increase in submissions to the top titles is forcing them to become increasingly selective, and as such, often good research articles are failing to find a home within the ChemPubSoc Europe family of journals. To fill this considerable need, ChemPubSoc Europe decided to launch ChemistrySelect. A sister journal to Chemistry—A European Journal, ChemPlusChem and ChemistryOpen, ChemistrySelect offers researchers around the world a quality society-owned journal in which to publish their work.
Intended to cover, in the broadest sense, all areas of chemistry and adjacent fields, ChemistrySelect offers authors diverse scope and broad dissemination of their latest research. ChemistrySelect publishes Reviews, Full Papers and Communications covering all areas of the chemical sciences, from biochemistry and chemical biology, through to physical chemistry and materials sciences.
The journal is currently free to read to all users at institutions that have opted in (learn more) and there are no charges to authors for the submission or publication of an article.
Manuscripts submitted to ChemistrySelect are peer-reviewed by researchers active in the appropriate field for their scientific quality and to ensure they add meaningfully to the scientific literature. ChemPubSoc Europe and Wiley-VCH are both dedicated to preserving the quality of the scientific literature. Like all journals from ChemPubSoc Europe, ChemistrySelect adheres to the ethical guidelines set forth in the EuCheMS Ethical Guidelines for Publication in Journals and Reviews and all submissions are screened by anti-plagiarism software.
Articles accepted for publication are processed in an expedited production workflow to ensure rapid dissemination to the scientific community, and citation details are assigned upon online publication to allow immediate and accurate citing.