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Chinese Chemical Letters

 

Chinese Chemical Letters (CCL) was founded in July 1990. The journal publishes preliminary accounts in the whole field of chemistry, satisfying a real and urgent need for the dissemination of research results, especially hot topics. In a way, it has become a show window of important chemical literature. For this purpose, articles in the journal are only written in English. The journal does not accept articles previously published or scheduled to be published. After publication of the communication in the journal, it can be expanded to a full paper and published elsewhere. Authors are requested to send papers of 2-4 pages. Readers of the CCL are supposed to be mainly those involved in scientific research and those pertaining to higher education.
CCL is an official journal of the Chinese Chemical Society, superintended by the China Association for Science and Technology, and undertaken by the Institute of Materia Medica of the Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences and Peking Union Medical College.
CCL is published monthly with 126 pages in each issue. The Editor-in-Chief is Professor Xiao-tian Liang. The editorial board consists of 21 professors from research institutes or departments of chemical sciences in universities. The papers published in the CCL must be reviewed by at least two members of the editorial board.
The journal has been indexed by Science Citation Index-Expanded since 1993. The total citation rate andimpact factor of the CCL in 2010 were 2063 and 0.775 respectively. The journal is also indexed or abstracted by Chemical Abstract, Chemical Citation Index, Research Alert, etc.
 
ISSN: 1001-8417  CN: 11-2710/O6
 
Editor-in-Chief:  Professor Xiaotian LIANG
Editorial Office:
       Institute of Materia Medica, CAMS & PUMC
       1 Xian Nong Tan Street
       Beijing, 100050, CHINA
       Email:
cclbj@imm.ac.cn
       Tel.: +86-10-63165638
 
 
 
 
 

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