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The Best Science Tells a Story

With the relaunch of Helvetica, chemists have a new venue to tell the world the saga of their latest and long term achievements. By focusing on a limited number of high quality full papers, Helvetica will be a premiere journal for in-depth and multidisciplinary studies that deserve both a broad audience and a chance to tell the whole story of high quality molecular science.

The relaunch of Helvetica brings a new focus, a new format, a new scope, and a new editorial board to one of the oldest and most prestigious journals in the chemical sciences.

With the strong backing of the Swiss Chemical Society, the Verlag Helvetica Chimica Acta, and Wiley, Helvetica is destined to become the journal that we have all been waiting for – the place to publish outstanding full papers in all areas of chemistry.

Jeffrey W. Bode and Christope Copéret (Editors-in-Chief)


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