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List Of Chemistry Journals - Top-ranked Journals
... As of 2004, the journals listed below are the 20 top ranking chemistry journals most frequently referenced in Chemical Abstracts ... Journal of Biological Chemistry Journal of the American Chemical Society Journal of Chemical Physics Journal of Physical Chemistry B Tetrahedron Letters Journal of Applied Polymer Science Langmuir ... Journal of the American Chemical Society Journal of Chemical Physics Angewandte Chemie International Edition Journal of Organic Chemistry Tetrahedron Letters Analytical Chemistry Chemical ...
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