Journal information

Publisher

Slovenian Chemical Society
Hajdrihova 19
SI-1001 Ljubljana
Slovenija
Telephone: (+386)-1-476-0252
Fax: (+386)-1-476-0300

Principal Contact
Prof. dr. Ksenija Kogej (Editor-in-Chief)
Faculty of Chemistry and Chemical Technology University of Ljubljana
Večna pot 113
SI-1000 Ljubljana
Slovenia
Phone: (+386)-1-4798-538
Email: ACSi@fkkt.uni-lj.si

Support Contact
Slovenian Chemical Society
Phone: (+386)-1-476-0252
Email: chem.soc@ki.si

Bibliographic information

 

Publishing frequency: 4 issues per year; full text versions of the papers published since 1998 to date are available free of cost in Acrobat portable document format (pdf)

 

Journal metrics

Journal Citation Reports 2017 IF: 1.104
5-year Journal IF: 0.990
Scopus/SJR Journal Metrics 2017 CiteScore: 1.01
SJR: 0.274
H Index: 39
Scopus/CWTS Journal Indicators 2017 SNIP: 0.548

 

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Print ISSN: 1318-0207
Online ISSN: 1580-3155
Electronic version of Acta Chimica Slovenica is freely available in full text on our website. At the same time please be informed that we discontinue supplying print copies beginning with the year 2018.

Editorial Policies

 

Focus and Scope

Acta Chimica Slovenica publishes original research papers in the fields of organic chemistry, inorganic chemistry, analytical chemistry, biochemistry and molecular biology, physical chemistry and materials science, as well as chemical, biochemical and environmental engineering. Papers dealing with general chemistry, applied chemistry and biomedical applications are also welcome. Scientific novelty and potential interest for a wider spectrum of readers has to be justified.

Peer Review Process

The manuscripts are critically evaluated for the compliance with the following criteria: novelty, importance to the specific field and strong evidence for the conclusions that are drawn. All submitted manuscripts are reviewed by the Editorial Board for relevancy to meet our editorial criteria. Manuscripts retained for review are sent to two or three referees, chosen by the members of the Editorial Board. The identity of referees is not disclosed to authors or other referees throughout the process (blind peer review). The anonymized referee reports are sent to authors, but are not publically viewable. Based on the advice of the referees the editor decides to: accept the manuscript with or without minor revision, invite the authors to revise the manuscript before a final decision is reached, or reject the manuscript on lack of novelty, insufficient conceptual advance or major technical and/or interpretational problems. Editorial decisions are based on an evaluation of the strengths of the arguments raised by each referee and by the authors.

Open Access Policy

Acta Chimica Slovenica is Platinum open access (OAP) journal with no article publishing charges. Platinum open access means permanent and free access to published scientific works for readers with no publication fees for authors. Authors retain copyright of their work and allow it to be shared and reused, provided that it is correctly cited. Readers anywhere in the world may download, share or use the work, free of charge.

Copyright Notice

Except when otherwise noted, articles in this journal are published under the terms and conditions of the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License (CC BY 4.0) http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/

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Similarity Check
All submitted manuscripts are screened using the software iThenticate and other resources to check for instances of overlapping or similar text in previously published articles.