Twenty-five years ago, the Dutch and German chemical societies (KNCV and GDCh) took the initiative to create strong European journals with a global reach. Cooperation with more European national chemical societies soon followed, and the amalgamation of their national journals led to the formation of EurJIC under the ownership of Chemistry Europe. With its strong European roots, EurJIC has since developed into a leading inorganic chemistry journal serving an international community.

As EurJIC celebrates its 25-year anniversary, we are proud to share our achievements in 2022 with you.

Since 2013 the Swiss Chemical Society is a full member of Chemistry Europe and likes to congratulate EurJIC for its anniversary.

European Journal of Inorganic Chemistry

We publish significant research advancing the diverse field of inorganic chemistry.

 “For 25 years, EurJIC has showcased an amazing variety of topics and vibrant research in inorganic chemistry worldwide. It is a privilege to work with my colleagues in the Editorial Board and the engaged EurJIC editorial staff in the goal of bringing to the readers the best of inorganic chemistry.”
Prof. Ana Albéniz, Universidad de Valladolid, Spain.
Editorial Board Chair 

Key Figures 2022

  • 22 countries represented in our Editorial Advisory Board
  • 390+ articles published in 2022
  • 25 days to review completion 
  • 17 Special Collections in collaboration with our community in 2022
  • China, USA, Germany, India, and Japan are the countries with the highest number of readers of our content
  • 1,168,669 full text downloads in 2022

Submit your paper

We invite you to submit your exceptional and innovative studies across the whole spectrum of inorganic, organometallic, bioinorganic, solid-state and inorganic materials chemistry.

Our top cited articles in 2022

  • Synthetic Applications of Sulfonium Salts 
    by S. I. Kozhushkov and M. Alcarazo
  • Element-Ligand Cooperativity with p-Block Elements 
    by L. Greb, F. Ebner, Y. Ginzburg and L. M. Sigmund
  • Small Molecule Activation by Two-Coordinate Acyclic Silylenes 
    by S. Fujimori and S. Inoue

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Chemistry Europe / David Spichiger, SCS