Journal of New Developments in Chemistry

Journal of New Developments in Chemistry

Journal of New Developments in Chemistry

Open Access & Peer-Reviewed

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The "Journal of New Developments in Chemistry" is a treasure trove of knowledge, unwavering in its commitment to the fundamental principles of open access and peer-reviewed excellence. This journal stands as a dedicated explorer of the ever-expanding horizons of chemistry research, venturing into a diverse array of fields, spanning from organic chemistry to materials science, chemical engineering, and the latest innovations in chemical technology.

 

JNDC stands out for its constant dedication to open access. This dedication goes above and beyond simple accessibility; it encourages a collaborative and knowledge-sharing environment among scientists, researchers, and chemists—all of whom are essential to the field's advancement. At the heart of the journal's operations is a stringent peer-review procedure that guarantees every published paper maintains the highest standards of quality and reliability. This dedication has solidified the journal's standing as a reliable source for experts in the chemical industry as well as scholars.

 

Encompassing a wide spectrum of topics, from pioneering research in organic chemistry to the pragmatic applications in chemical engineering and technology, the "Journal of New Developments in Chemistry" stands as an indispensable source of information. It is a sanctuary for those with an insatiable thirst for the latest developments in the field. Its unwavering dedication to academic excellence and the propagation of research and scholarship further underline its pivotal role in the realm of chemistry, where the relentless pursuit of knowledge and the promotion of academic rigor shine brightly.

 

ISSN: 2377-2549

DOI: 10.14302/issn.2377-2549

Review: 09 days from the submission time.

Acceptance rate: 43%

Submission to a final decision: 12 days

Acceptance to publication: 3 days

Impact Factor: 3.658

 

Indexing: Our published articles are widely accessible through various abstracting and indexing databases, as well as other services that aid in their discovery and retrieval.

 

Article Processing Charges: JNDC is a self-sufficient publication that does not receive any financial backing from institutions or governments. Consequently, the journal's activities are funded by the processing fees charged to authors.

 

Types of Manuscript submissions: The author can choose any of the following submission types.

 

 

 

 

Submit Manuscript via Manuscriptzone:

Please follow the instructions provided by the online editing manager (Manuscript Zone) for manuscript submission. Alternatively, you can email the Editorial Office at [email protected] with your manuscript attached. You will receive an email with a manuscript acknowledgment number within 72 hours of submitting your paper.

 

Submit Manuscript via Submission form:

We are happy to announce that JNDC has introduced a new manuscript submission process. This system allows authors to submit their work from any device, including desktops, laptops, phones, tablets, and other electronic devices, making it easier and more efficient.

 

Submit Manuscript via Email:

Send your article as an e-mail attachment to the Editorial Office at [email protected]

 

Revelation: We understand the value of OpenAccess in advancing scientific knowledge and understanding. By making research freely available to all, we can help promote greater awareness and appreciation of science, and foster a more informed and engaged public.

 

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Contact: Editorial inquiries should be directed to [email protected]

 

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