ChemPubSoc Europe is an organization of 16 European chemical societies, founded in the late 1990s as a consequence of the amalgamation of many chemical journals owned by national chemical societies into a number of high-quality European journals.
ChemPubSoc Europe's journals, all published with Wiley-VCH, are: Chemistry—A European Journal, European Journal of Organic Chemistry, European Journal of Inorganic Chemistry, ChemBioChem, ChemPhysChem, ChemMedChem, ChemSusChem, ChemCatChem, ChemPlusChem, ChemElectroChem, ChemistryOpen, and ChemViews, the ChemPubSoc Europe e-zine. They replaced 16 traditional national chemistry journals.
The participating societies share a commitment to scientific excellence, to publishing ethics, and to the highest standards in publication, which are the basis for the success of the ChemPubSoc Europe journals.
ChemPubSoc Europe and its Asian sister organization, the Asian Chemical Editorial Society (ACES), mutually support each other in the publication of their journals Chemistry—A European Journal, Chemistry—An Asian Journal, and ChemSusChem.
© Wiley-VCH 2009–2013
The latest impact factors for the ChemPubSoc Europe journals are as follows (2013):
|Chemistry A—European Journal||5.696|
|European Journal of Organic / Inorganic Chemistry||3.145 / 2.965|
|ChemPhysChem / ChemElectroChem||3.360 / n/a|
|ChemBioChem / ChemMedChem||3.060 / 3.046|
|ChemSusChem / ChemCatChem||7.117 / 5.044|
|ChemPlusChem / ChemistryOpen||3.242 / 2.938|
Tuned cats.: Well-defined platinum nanoparticles are generated in situ by anion extrusion within porous framework architectures (see figure). In these catalysts the local structural environment of the active site is controlled by the calcination conditions, and thus industrially significant, sustainable catalytic oxidation reactions are possible with tert-butyl hydroperoxide (TBHP) or oxygen.
Christopher S. Hinde, Arran M. Gill, Peter P. Wells, T. S. Andy Hor, Robert Raja
ChemPlusChem, Jun 29, 2015, DOI: 10.1002/cplu.201500195. Read article.
Get down and derivatise! The palladium-catalysed Suzuki–Miyaura derivatisation of (un)protected Phe or Trp, and peptide substrates containing halogenated Phe or Trp, is performed via use of various water-compatible catalytic systems. By mimicking the natural aqueous environment of peptides, halogenated moieties are transformed to a variety of (hetero)aryl and vinyl subtituents.
Tom Willemse, Karolien Van Imp, Rebecca J. M. Goss, Herman W. T. Van Vlijmen, Wim Schepens, Bert U. W. Maes, Steven Ballet
ChemCatChem, Jun 29, 2015, DOI: 10.1002/cctc.201500190. Read article.