|Polycyclic Aromatic Compounds|
Publishes all aspects of research related to polycyclic aromatic compounds (PAC).
|Pure and Applied Chemistry|
Publication of the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC).
Covers the traditional fields of chemistry , as well as articles on the teaching of chemistry , the history of chemistry , and science policy.
|Reactive Reports - Chemical News on the Web|
Web-based Chemistry Magazine bringing to the chemistry community the cutting edge reports of exciting developments in the world of the chemical sciences and related fields.
|Revue Roumaine de Chimie|
Publishes reviews , original papers , notes , and book reviews covering all the fields of chemistry and chemical engineering.
|Russian Chemical Bulletin|
Publishes in all areas of fundamental chemical research.
|Russian Chemical Reviews (Uspekhi Khimii)|
Publishes reviews of new work originally published in Russian.
|Russian Journal of General Chemistry|
Covers all aspects of chemistry , especially general and boundary problems , and focuses on new achievements in the field.
Publishes original research on all aspects of science and engineering , where silicon plays a significant part.
Provides researchers with a broad overview of current methods and techniques , recent applications and shortcomings of present techniques in the field of single molecules. As of 2003 Single Molecules ceased publication and the articles are incorporated i
|South African Journal of Chemistry|
Journal of peer reviewed contributions in all areas of chemistry. Published by the South African Chemical Institute.
International journal devoted to original research on all aspects of steroids.
Publishes peer-reviewed original research papers that cover the condensed and gaseous states of matter and involve numerous techniques for the determination of structure and energetics.
Publishes manuscripts from the fields and sub-disciplines related to supramolecular chemistry.
|The All Results Journals: Chem|
Journal that focuses on recovering and publishing those experiments that either failed or led to “unexpected” results within all areas of Chemistry.