About Chemistry Europe

Founded in 1995, Chemistry Europe is an association of 16 chemical societies from 15 European countries. It publishes a family of high-quality scholarly chemistry journals, covering a very broad range of disciplines.

Its mission is to evaluate, publish, disseminate, and amplify the scientific excellence of chemistry researchers from around the globe in high-quality publications. It supports its members at every stage of their careers as they strive to solve the challenges that impact humankind. In all its work, Chemistry Europe values integrity, openness, diversity, cooperation, and freedom of thought.

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ChemistryEurope

ChemistryEurope brings together the brightest minds in chemistry. We publish authoritative research on all aspects of chemistry and from adjacent scientific areas that showcases chemistry’s role as a central science. We serve the entire community by providing an open access platform for original and inspirational work from across the discipline.

Chief Editors: Luisa De Cola, Lars C. Grabow, Ken Tanaka.

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Journals

Chemistry--A European Journal
European Journal of Inorganic Chemistry
European Journal of Organic Chemistry
Analysis & Sensing
Analytical Science Advances
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Electrochemical Science Advances
Open access
Chemistry--Methods
Open access
ChemistryOpen
Open access
ChemistrySelect
Batteries & Supercaps
ChemBioChem
ChemCatChem
ChemElectroChem
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ChemMedChem
ChemPhotoChem
ChemPhysChem
ChemPlusChem
ChemSusChem
ChemSystemsChem

Fellows Program

Chemistry Europe recognizes outstanding contributions through its Fellows Program.

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Member Societies

Chemistry Europe member societies listChemistry Europe comprises 16 chemical societies from 15 countries.

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