Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry

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The Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry (ISSN 0022-0728) is a peer-reviewed scientific journal on electroanalytical chemistry, published by Elsevier.

The journal, which the New York Times describes as "a specialty publication not widely circulated,"[1] became more broadly known in 1989 when Martin Fleischmann and Stanley Pons published a description of their controversial cold fusion research in it, withdrawing their work from publication in Nature after questions were raised during peer review there.[1]

The journal began publishing in 1959. From 1967–1992 it was published under a longer name, the Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry and Interfacial Electrochemistry.[2]

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