8. Do Chemistry Central journals have Impact Factors and are they citation tracked?


Yes; for any journal to have an Impact Factor, however, it must be tracked by Thomson Reuters (ISI) for three years. Although some Chemistry Central journals are tracked by Thomson Reuters, others are still relatively new. The tables below show those journals that are already tracked by Thomson Reuters (ISI) and so already have Impact Factors. Thomson Reuters (ISI) is currently considering additional Chemistry Central journals for tracking.

Two other citation tracking services (Scopus and Google Scholar) both track citations for Chemistry Central journals.

The SCImago Journal Rank (SJR) is also a free alternative journal citation-metric based on citation information from Scopus.

Journals with Impact Factors

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