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The Internet Journal of Chemistry: A Case Study of an Electronic Chemistry Journal

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Author(s)

S M. Bachrach, Stephen R. Heller

Abstract

For the past two years, the Internet Journal of Chemistry has published, exclusively on the web, peer-reviewed articles in all areas of chemistry. The publication model employed by the journal is unique in chemistry. Emphasizing the significant publication advantages afforded by the electronic medium, the journal publishes enhanced articles in a user-customizable format. This article describes how the journal came into existence, examining how many of the publication choices were made, and ends with a brief look at the journal's current status.
Citation
Serials Review
Volume
26
Issue
Issue 2

Keywords

chemistry, electronic journals, internet, Internet Journal of Chemistry, web

Citation

Bachrach, S. and Heller, S. (2000), The Internet Journal of Chemistry: A Case Study of an Electronic Chemistry Journal, Serials Review (Accessed April 17, 2024)
Created July 31, 2000, Updated October 12, 2021