Analytical Chemistry Letters impact factor, indexing, ranking (2024)


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Aim and Scope

The Analytical Chemistry Letters is a research journal published by the Taylor and Francis Ltd.. The P-ISSN of this journal is 22297928.

Also, please check the following important details about analytical chemistry letters: Publisher, ISSN, Ranking, Indexing, Impact Factor (if applicable), Publication fee (APC), Review Time, and Acceptance Rate.

According to Clarivate's JCR, journals indexed in SCIE/SSCI have an impact factor.


Important Metrics

Journal Title: Analytical Chemistry Letters
Publisher: Taylor and Francis Ltd.
P-ISSN: 22297928
Open Access:
Status: Active
Scopus Coverage: 2011-ongoing

analytical chemistry letters Indexing

The analytical chemistry letters is indexed in:

An indexed journal means that the journal has gone through and passed a review process of certain requirements done by a journal indexer.

The Web of Science Core Collection includes the Science Citation Index Expanded (SCIE), Social Sciences Citation Index (SSCI), Arts & Humanities Citation Index (AHCI), and Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI).

Note: ESCI journals donot come with an impact factor. However, ESCI journals are evaluated every year and those who qualified are transferred to SCIE.



Call for Papers

Visit to the official website of the journal/ conference to check the details about call for papers.

How to publish in Analytical Chemistry Letters?

If your research is related to the scope of the journal, then visit the official website of analytical chemistry letters and send your manuscript.

Tips for publishing in Analytical Chemistry Letters:

Acceptance Rate

Acceptance rate is the ratio of the number of articles submitted to the number of articles published. Researchers can check the acceptance rate on the journal website. Alternatively, they can contact the editor of the journal.

Journal Publication Time

The publication time may vary depending on factors such as the complexity of the research and the current workload of the editorial team. Journals typically request reviewers to submit their reviews within 3-4 weeks. However, some journals lack mechanisms to enforce this deadline, making it difficult to predict the duration of the peer review process.

The review time also depends upon the quality of the research paper.


Final Summary

  • It is published by Taylor and Francis Ltd..
  • The journal is indexed in UGC CARE, Scopus, ESCI.

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