The Leatherby Libraries is pleased to announce that we now have access to the Core Chemistry package of journals from the Royal Society of Chemistry. Founded in 1841, the Royal Society of Chemistry is a learned society “concerned with advancing chemistry as a science, developing its applications, and disseminating chemical knowledge”. Its journals are highly ranked and respected in the fields of the chemical sciences and will greatly support research and instruction in the physical and health sciences here at Chapman University.
Michael Ibba, Ph.D., Dean of the Schmid College of Science and Technology, writes of this new access, “I want to thank everyone at the Leatherby Libraries, and especially Dean Ross, for being such great colleagues and working to secure online access to the Royal Society of Chemistry core journal package. This is already proving to be a huge help for Schmid students, faculty, and researchers and we’re very grateful to everyone who helped make this possible.”
Through our subscription, we now have access to the following titles from 2008 to the present, unless noted otherwise:
- Chemical Communications
- Dalton Transactions
- Journal of Materials Chemistry (2008-2012)*
- Journal of Materials Chemistry A: Materials for energy and sustainability (2013-present)
- Journal of Materials Chemistry B: Materials for biology and medicine (2013-present)
- Journal of Materials Chemistry C: Materials for optical and electronic devices (2013-present)
- New Journal of Chemistry
- Organic & Biomolecular Chemistry
- Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics
*Journal of Materials Chemistry split into three sections (A, B, and C) in 2013.
These journals can be found by searching for individual titles in the Journal A-Z list search box on the Leatherby Libraries homepage:
Or by searching for “Royal Society of Chemistry” as a publisher in the Publication Finder.
Please contact Leatherby Libraries’ Coordinator of Scholarly Communications & Electronic Resources, Kristin Laughtin-Dunker, at email@example.com with any questions.
Cover image courtesy of Royal Society of Chemistry.