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Wiley-Blackwell announces continued growth in impact factor journals
Date:7/11/2011

rimental Research claims the number 3 ranking with an impact factor of 3.468.

In Dentistry, Journal of Clinical Periodontology was ranked number 1 for the second consecutive year. Thirteen Wiley-Blackwell Dentistry journals saw an increase in impact factor in 2010.

In Veterinary Sciences, 13 titles saw a rise in impact factor, most notably Transboundary and Emerging Diseases which increased from 1.854 to 2.448 and is now ranked in the top ten at number 7.

Highlights in Chemistry, Physical Sciences and Engineering:

Angewandte Chemie, a journal of the German Chemical Society published under the Wiley-VCH imprint, has again increased its impact factor to 12.730. Celebrating its 50th anniversary, Angewandte Chemie International Edition has further strengthened its position as the leading chemistry journal publishing primary research and review articles.

The impact factor for Advanced Materials increased by almost 30% to 10.857, reaffirming the quality of the journal and the interdisciplinary service it provides.

Laser & Photonics Reviews saw a further increase in its impact factor, rising from 5.814 to 9.297 and retaining its rank at number 2 in Optics.

Five recently launched journals received their first impact factor including ChemCatChem, co-owned and supported by ChemPubSoc Europe (an association of 16 European chemical societies), entering the ranks with an impact factor of 3.345.

Six journals hold top subject category rankings including Advanced Synthesis and Catalysis for the 8th consecutive year. Medicinal Research Reviews (10.228), Computer-Aided Civil and Infrastructure Engineering, and the Journal of the Royal Statistical Society Series B rose to number 1 for the first time. Acta Crystallographica Section A, published by the International Union of Crystallography/Wiley-Blackwell, remains number
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Contact: Jennifer Beal
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Wiley-Blackwell
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