The Canadian Journal of Chemistry (fr. Revue canadienne de chimie) is a peer-reviewed scientific journal published by NRC Research Press. It is the official journal the Canadian Society for Chemistry. Papers are loaded to the Web in advance of the printed issue and are available in both pdf and HTML formats.
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