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Chemical Communications



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Cambridge, UK
ChemComm is renowned as the fastest publisher of articles providing information on new avenues of research, drawn from all the world's major areas of chemical research. In 2005, it celebrated 40 successful years and saw some exciting new developments for ChemComm readers:
  • Publishing weekly - resulting in even faster times to publication 
  • Communications expanded to three pages - providing additional scientific impact to the results and discussion
  • New easy-to-read layout and improved design            

In addition to communications, ChemComm publishes Feature Articles. Feature Articles are reviews written by leading scientists within their field and summarise recent work from a personal perspective. They cover many exciting and innovative fields and are of general interest to all chemists. 

In the past, ChemComm has published Focus Articles.  These short and highly readable articles covered subjects of topical interest or of cross-disciplinary appeal and were written by a leading expert in the field.  Their target audience was researchers in both academia and industry. In 2005, a series of Focus Articles celebrated the 40th anniversary of ChemComm.

ChemComm authors and readers benefit from enhanced HTML journal articles, thanks to Project Prospect. Features include: 

  • IUPAC Gold Book terms linked 
  • Hyperlinked compound information in text 
  • Ontology terms linked to definitions and related articles    

RSC Journal RSS feeds now include structured subject and compound information, enabling at-a-glance identification of relevant articles.

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