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This international journal is dedicated to the dissemination of knowledge in all areas of chemistry. While emphasis is placed on its interdisciplinary nature, original papers report progress made in organic, inorganic, and physical chemistry.

 

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With an Impact Factor of 1.383 for 2012, HELVETICA CHIMICA ACTA is ranked among the world’s best full-paper journals in the primary chemistry literature.

 


Founded by the Swiss Chemical Society, Helvetica Chimica Acta is now in its 97th year of publication. All contributions, which include some written by Nobel prize winners, are refereed by outstanding professionals from around the world.


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