Chemistry: A European Journal


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Vance Bell wrote:
From: (Vance Bell)
Subject: Chemistry: A European Journal
Date: Sun, 27 Apr 1997 16:03:25 -0400 (EDT)

Chemistry: A European Journal

Chemistry is an electronic version of the print journal of the same title.
Since 1995 Chemistry - A European Journal is the new international forum
based in Europe for the publication of outstanding Full Papers from all
areas of chemistry and related fields.

Chemistry increases the visibility of European chemistry and attracts
authors and readers worldwide under the motto "Made in Europe for the
World". It appears monthly and is available together with Angewandte
Chemie (both German and English editions). It has established itself as a
truly international journal with top quality contributions from Europe,
the US and Japan.

All manuscripts are peer-reviewed, and electronic processing ensures
accurate reproduction of text and data, and short publication times.

NEW: An additional "Concepts" section in Chemistry provides the
nonspecialist reader with a useful conceptual guide to unfamiliar areas
and the expert with new angles on familiar problems.

In January of 1997 Chemistry - A European Journal will stand on its own
two feet. Always planned as an independent journal, Chemistry has grown so
rapidly and received such overwhelmingly positive response from readers
worldwide that it will no longer remain in the pages of Angewandte Chemie.
It will be printed as a separate journal. Nevertheless, these two
journals will continue to complement each other perfectly. Chemistry with
maintain its mixture of review articles, highlights, and short
communications on the one hand and full papers and concepts on the other.
These two journals have proved to be such an indispensable source of
concrete information for so many people's work that they will continue to
be offered together.


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