Back in 1995, when we launched Chemistry—A European Journal, we could never have imagined the scientific breakthroughs and immense progression in chemistry available to us today. The contributions from our community have been astounding. Accelerated by recent events, science now faces more public exposure and scrutiny than ever before.
Chemistry—A European Journal represents our valuable community looking to inspire and progress science with rapid authoritative research. We provide a home for exceptional multidisciplinary chemistry research from around the world. Our thorough editorial practices enable us to publish original fundamental research and topical reviews in all areas of the chemical sciences. This ranges from fundamental chemistry to applied chemistry at the interface with other disciplines such as biology, materials science and physics. We are one of the highest-ranking journals for author satisfaction in Wiley, backed by over a quarter of a century of excellent scientific reputation.
We understand the huge pressures the scientific community is facing every day and we want to support you. Chemistry Europe is an association of 16 chemical societies from 15 European countries, representing over 75,000 chemists. Run by chemists, for chemists—we evaluate, publish, disseminate, and amplify the scientific excellence of chemistry researchers from around the globe.
- Peer-reviewed primary and secondary research articles
- Free color
- Open-access publishing option
- Fast publication times
- Cutting-edge chemistry over the entire scope of the field
- An advisory board of top international researchers
- 72 issues per year
- Online publication on an industry-leading platform is highly optimized for discoverability, mobility, and accessibility.
- An app for Apple and Android devices enables even more comfortable mobile browsing, also offline, at no extra cost.
- Engaging social media coverage
Chemistry—A European Journal publishes an attractive mixture of:
- Communications and Full Papers
- Minireviews and Reviews
Fields of Interest
- Bioinorganic chemistry
- Bioorganic chemistry
- Combinatorial chemistry
- Computational chemistry
- Coordination chemistry
- Inorganic chemistry
- Macromolecular chemistry
- Materials science,
- Organic chemistry
- Organometallic chemistry
- Physical chemistry
- Polymer chemistry
- Supramolecular chemistry
- Theoretical chemistry