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|Former name(s)||Chemical Communications (London) (1965-1968); Journal of the Chemical Society D Chemical Communications (1969-1971); Journal of the Chemical Society, Chemical Communications (1972-1995)|
|Abbreviated title (ISO 4)||Chem. Commun. or ChemComm|
|Edited by||Robert D Eagling|
|Publisher||Royal Society of Chemistry (United Kingdom)|
Chemical Communications, known as ChemComm, is a peer-reviewed scientific journal published by the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC). It contains communications (short descriptions of new work requiring rapid publication) of significant work from across the chemical sciences. It also includes feature articles. From January 2012, ChemComm publishes 100 issues per year.
Chemical biology is an expanding area of the chemical sciences, and chemical biology papers are an important part of the content of ChemComm. ChemComm has been selected by the US National Library of Medicine for inclusion in MEDLINE, thereby increasing its visibility to the biological community.
Important developments from across the chemical sciences.
- Communications - original scientific work that is of an urgent nature and that has not been published previously.
- Feature Articles - reviews written by leading scientists within their field which summarise recent work from a personal perspective.
- Highlights in Chemistry - short, review-style articles covering the most significant chemical advances since the millennium; published to mark the International Year of Chemistry 2011.
- In the past, ChemComm published Focus Articles - concise articles on subjects of current topical interest or of cross-disciplinary appeal.
Academic and industrial chemists from all areas of the chemical sciences.