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Online ISSN: 1522-2667


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We are sorry to announce that Cheminform ceased publication at the end of 2016. We want to thank all editors, authors and readers for their support of the journal.

ChemInform offers...

  • Current awareness through weekly appearance in print and online.
  • Covering some 100 international journals (source list)
  • Selection of the most important and innovative reactions in organic, bioorganic, medicinal, inorganic and organometallic chemistry according to the following criteria:
    • use of novel catalysts and reagents
    • New and improved synthetic methods
    • New strategies in natural product synthesis
    • Functional group transformations
    • Use of organo-element compounds
  • Compilation of recent Review articles
  • About 15,000 searchable ChemInform Abstracts per year
  • Unique Features of ChemInform Abstracts:
    1. Pictorial representation for quick and efficient evaluation of the publication
    2. Scope and limitation of the reactions
    3. Data extracted from the original publication and supporting information
    4. Conclusions of the original article emphasizing the most important details

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ISSN: 0931-7597 (print). 1522-2667 (online).


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