ARKIVOC

ARKIVOC
ARKIVOC  
Titre abrégé ARKIVOC
Discipline Chimie
Langue Anglais
Directeur de publication Eric Scriven
Publication
Maison d’édition Arkat USA (Drapeau des États-Unis États-Unis)
Période de publication 2000 à aujourd'hui
Facteur d’impact
d'après l’ISI
1,090 (2009)
Accès ouvert Oui
Indexation
ISSN 1551-7004 (papier)
1551-7012 (web)
CODEN AGFUAR
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Le ARKIVOC est une revue scientifique à comité de lecture, publiée depuis 2000 par Arkat USA. Ce journal en libre accès publie des articles dans domaine de la chimie organique[1].

D'après le Journal Citation Reports, le facteur d'impact de ce journal était de 1,090 en 2009. Le directeur de publication est Eric Scriven[2].

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