of the American Chemical Society, founded in 1879, is the flagship journal
of the American Chemical Society and the preeminent journal in the field. This
periodical is devoted to the publication of fundamental research papers in all
areas of chemistry and publishes approximately 16,000 pages of Articles, Communications,
Book Reviews, and Computer Software Reviews a year. Published weekly, JACS
provides research essential to the field of chemistry.
The most cited journal in chemistry, the Journal
of the American Chemical Society (JACS) received 295,465 total citations
and an increase in ISI® Impact Factor of 7.885, while publishing more articles
(2,953) than any other journal in the category as reported in the 2007 Journal
Citation Reports® by Thomson Reuters.