The journal ARKIVOC (Archive for Organic Chemistry) is available free at www.arkat-usa.org. There are no subscription charges or page charges and copies of articles may be made for individual use but not for sale. ARKIVOC papers are covered in Chemical Abstracts, Journal Citation Reports, Web of Science and others.
Types of Papers Published in ARKIVOC
ARKIVOC publishes Full Papers describing sound original work that is of interest to organic chemists (including bio-organic, organometallic and physical-organic chemists).
The journal also publishes Reviews and Accounts on selected topics but NOT Communications. A Review is a fully comprehensive survey of a topic including all the relevant literature, whereas an Account is an article (maximum 6000 words) describing a topic or technique of special interest to the author and need not include a comprehensive literature survey.
Key title: ARKIVOC (Online ed.)
Key title: ARKIVOC (Printed ed.)
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Indexing and Abstracting
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