Coordination Chemistry Reviews, Editor-in-Chief: Prof, A B P Lever

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The journal offers rapid publication of review articles on topics of current interest and importance in coordination chemistry. The term `coordination chemistry' is interpreted broadly, and includes aspects of organometallic, theoretical and bioinorganic chemistry. In general the reviews survey developments in a particular area during the last few years, or discuss the results obtained with a particular technique. Special issues are published from time to time on topics of current interest and importance. These special issues may also focus on contributions from a specific country or area of the world, or contain the proceedings of invited lectures to major international conferences. Full book length articles also appear occasionally. The journal also incorporates special volumes containing annual reviews of main group chemistry, on transition metal group chemistry, and on organometallic chemistry. Good reviews are essential educational tools for those working in inorganic chemistry. Coordination Chemistry Reviews will continue to act as a focal point for informative critical surveys of inorganic and physical inorganic chemistry.

Direct on-line web submission of manuscripts is now available for CCR- CLICK HERE

 

IMPACT FACTOR (2014) 12.99 !!


[revised Oct. 14/2015]

Current publications - 

Guidelines for Manuscript Preparation can be found at   CCR at Elsevier and at Guidelines

 In addition note:
Provide an Abstract and Keywords
Create headings and sub-headings according to: 1, 1.1, 2, 2.1, 2.1.1 etc.
Provide a Table of Contents (of the aforesaid headings)
If appropriate, provide a list of Abbreviations.
Figures should be sized so as to be clearly legible when set in one column width.
Please upload to http://www.evise.com/evise/faces/pages/navigation/NavController.jspx?JRNL_ACR=CCR
Thank you


The initial submission for refereeing can be a pdf file with incorporated figures - this may speed up the referee process. In the final version the high quality original figures should be separated onto individual pages. Please ensure that the lettering, numbering, axis labels etc. on figures will be legible when reduced to one column width size in the new CCR format (similar to Dalton or JACS).
Suggestions for reviewers for your contribution, are welcome. Thank you