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Wednesday, July 16, 2008

Sigma-Aldrich continues to make the Acta more useful and accessible to scientists around the world

Sigma-Aldrich announced that its highly acclaimed chemistry review journal, Aldrichimica Acta, has again been ranked #1 by Impact Factor, out of 56 similar journals in the field of Organic Chemistry. In 2007, the latest year for which such rankings are available, the Acta achieved an Impact Factor of 11.929. The Acta was also ranked #1 in 2006 and 2005. These rankings appear annually in the Science Edition of Journal Citation Reports(R) (JCR), which is published by Thomson ISI(R). JCR, Science Edition, tracks close to 5,900 international science journals annually and offers quantifiable statistical data, which allows the systematic and objective ranking of journals by relative importance within their subject categories.

The Aldrichimica Acta publishes in-depth reviews on topics of current interest to chemists. It is published four times a year and distributed at no charge to about 130,000 subscribers worldwide who are members of the scientific community.








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