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Chemistry in Industry : Journal of Chemists and Chemical Engineers
KEMIJA U INDUSTRIJI (KUI, eng. CHEMISTRY IN INDUSTRY) is a scientific journal that publishes scientific and professional papers in the field of chemistry and chemical engineering, and particularly nurtures the Croatian chemical and chemical-engineering nomenclature and terminology. Criteria for acceptance of papers include originality of the work, its quality, as well as clarity and conciseness of the writing. Publisher of the journal is Croatian Society of Chemical Engineers. Journal international abbreviation is Kem. Ind.
KUI is the official journal of the Croatian Society of Chemical Engineers (CSCE) and the Croatian Chemical Society (CCS). In addition to scientific and professional papers, journal publishes opinions, commentaries, reviews and information from practice (for details see Guidelines for Authors), and contributions under permanent or periodical headings, for example: Industrial and Market News, Technological Notices, Environment Protection, News and Notes, Calendar of Events (Congresses, Symposiums, Exhibitions), Book Reviews, Literature Service, Development of Chemical Industry, Chemical Education, etc.
Journal "Kemija u industriji" is indexed in:
Analytical Abstracts, Cabell's Directory, Chemical Abstracts, Chemical Engineering Abstracts, Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology Abstracts, Chemischer Informationsdienst, EBSCO Host – Academic Search Complete, Google Scholar, Referativnyi Zhurnal, Theoretical Chemical Engineering Abstracts, Web of Science™ Core Collection – Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI), and many other databases.
The publishing of the journal is sponsored by the Ministry of Science and Education of Republic of Croatia
Prof. Nenad Bolf, Faculty of Chemical Engineering and Technology, Univeristy of Zagreb
Administrative Secretary, Graphic and Technical Editor:
Zdenko Blažeković, MSc., CSCE
Grozdana Bogdanić, Nafis Defterdarović, Mirela Ivančić Šantek, Damir Kralj, Gordana Matijašić, Tajana Preočanin, Vesna Tomašić, Hrvoj Vančik, Vjeročka Vojvodić, and Domagoj Vrsaljko
Alfred Blažina, Blaženka Ćiško Anić, Matko Erceg, Zvonimir Janović, Ante Jukić, Kruno Kovačević, Davor Mayer, Ernest Meštrović, Čedomila Milin, Ivica Losso, Srećko Tomas, Dražen Vikić-Topić, Nenad Zečević, and Bruno Zelić.
International Advisory Board:
Marin Hraste (Croatia), Hrvoje Pavelić (UK), Leiv K. Sydnes (Norway), and Ivan Wichterle (Czech Republic)
First year of publication: 1952
Frequency (annually): 12
|Scientific disciplines and subdisciplines:
||Chemistry; Chemical Engineering;
Date added to HRČAK: 20 December 2005
Journal "Kemija u industriji" is an Open Access journal at the highest possible level meaning that all content is immediately and freely available to anyone, anywhere, to be downloaded, printed, distributed, read, reused, self archived, and remixed (including commercially) without restriction, as long as the author and the original source are properly attributed according to the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License (CC BY). The author(s) hold the copyright and retain publishing rights without restrictions.
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CC BY is the appropriate license for publicly funded research; it maximizes the potential for both economic and scholarly impact, protects the rights of authors and strengthens the long-standing tradition of appropriate attribution and credit for scholarship.
Journal does not charge neither article processing charges (APCs) nor article submission charges.
Self-archiving policy Sherpa/ROMEO blue route since 2013.
All published manuscripts are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.