Helvetica Chimica Acta
|Helv. Chim. Acta|
John Wiley & Sons (Switzerland)
|1918 – present|
Helvetica Chimica Acta is a scientific journal founded by the Swiss Chemical Society. It is published by John Wiley & Sons, both in print and online. It publishes papers in all areas of chemistry. This journal has a 2014 impact factor of 1.138.
August 6, 1901: Founding of The Swiss Chemical Society (SCG)
1911: IUPAC refused SCG as a member, no own journal
September 11, 1917: SCG founded HCA
1917 – 1948: First Editor-in-Chief: Friedrich Fichter (1869 – 1952)
Spring 1918: Fasciculus I of Volumen I of HCA was issued
1948 – 1971: Emile Cherbuliez (1891 – 1985)
1970: English allowed as fourth language
1971 – 1983: Edgardo Giovannini (1909 – 2004)
1983 – 2015: M. Volkan Kisakürek
2016: Jeffrey W. Bode and Christophe Copéret
- Journal Citation Reports, 2015
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