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Magnetic Resonance in Chemistry



Magnetic Resonance in Chemistry
Abbreviated title Magn Reson Chem
Discipline Chemistry
Language English
Publication details
Publisher John Wiley & Sons ( United Kingdom)
Publication history 1969 to present
Indexing
ISSN 1097-458X
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Magnetic Resonance in Chemistry is a peer-reviewed scientific journal, published in the United Kingdom since 1969 by John Wiley & Sons. In twelve issues per year, it publishes original research papers dealing with the application of NMR, ESR and NQR spectrometry in all branches of chemistry. It is available both online and in print.

The current Editor-in-Chief is James Keeler from the University of Cambridge, UK.[1]

Additional recommended knowledge

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Impact factor and rank

The 2006 Impact Factor is 1.610. It is ranked number 43 out of 124 in the Chemistry/Multidisciplinary category, number 59 out of 108 in the Physical Chemistry category, and number 18 out of 39 in the Spectroscopy category.[2]

Highest cited papers

  1. Research Article: 'Modelling one- and two-dimensional solid-state NMR spectra', D. Massiot, F. Fayon, M. Capron, I. King, S. Le Calvé, B. Alonso, J. Durand, B. Bujoli, Z. Gan, G. Hoatson 40(1):70-76 (2002). Cited 361 times [3].
  2. Article: 'Gradient selection in inverse heteronuclear correlation spectroscopy', W. Willker, D. Leibfritz , R. Kerssebaum, W. Bermel 31(3):287-292 (1993). Cited 318 times [3].
  3. Review: '13C NMR of pyrazoles', M. Begtrup, G. Boyer, P. Cabildo, C. Cativiela, R. M. Claramunt, J. Elguero, J. I. García, C. Toiron, P.Vedsø 31(2)107-168 (1993). Cited 116 times [3].
  4. Article: 'Empirical group electronegativities for vicinal NMR proton-proton couplings along a CC bond: Solvent effects and reparameterization of the Haasnoot equation', C. Altona , R. Francke, R. de Haan, J. H. Ippel, G. J. Daalmans, A. J. A. Westra Hoekzema, J. van Wijk 32(11):670-678 (1994). Cited 96 times [3].

Abstracting and indexing information

MRC is indexed in the following services:[1]

  • Chemical Abstracts Service SciFinder (American Chemical Society)
  • SCOPUS (Elsevier)
  • Web of Science (Thomson ISI)

References

  1. ^ a b Wiley InterScience [1]
  2. ^ Institute for Scientific Information, Journal Citation Reports, 2006
  3. ^ a b c d Web of Science
 
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