CROATICA CHEMICA ACTA is an international journal devoted to the publication of papers of general interest from all fields of chemistry. At least four issues are published annually.
CCA publishes Original scientific papers, Notes, Preliminary communications, Reviews, Feature articles, Conference papers, Essays, and Data bank contributions. The Journal also publishes Letters to the Editor, Book reviews, Obituaries and the Croatian Chemical Society news. Special issues and Festschrifts may contain other types of contributions.
CROATICA CHEMICA ACTA is supported by the Ministry of Science and Education of the Republic of Croatia and to some extent the funds are provided by subscriptions and advertisements.
CROATICA CHEMICA ACTA is indexed in Chemical Abstracts Plus (CAPlus), Science Citation Index (SCI), Science Citation Index Expanded (SCIE), Current Contents – Physical, Chemical & Earth Sciences (CC), SCOPUS, EBSCO – Academic Search Complete, ProQuest, Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ), Portal of Croatian Scientific Journals (HRČAK)
peer review, international peer review, double, only scientific papers, single blind review
First year of publication: 1927
Frequency (annually): 4
Scientific disciplines and subdisciplines:
Chemistry; Biology; Pharmacy; Food Technology;
Date added to HRČAK: 18 December 2005
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