The Journal of Analytical Atomic Spectrometry (JAAS) is at the forefront of analytical atomic spectrometry publishing.
- Impact factor: 3.22
- Immediacy index 0.749
- Cross-disciplinary, comprehensive subject coverage
- Emerging areas are highlighted in special issues
*Based on the 2011 Journal Citation Report(R) Science Edition
JAAS is widely considered to be the number-one journal publishing innovative research on the fundamental theory, instrumentation, practice and application of spectrometric techniques to elemental and isotopic analysis.
JAAS contains peer-reviewed full research papers, technical notes, urgent communications, selected review articles.
Six popular Atomic Spectrometry Updates are provided each year that critically review the most significant recently published research in the field of analytical atomic spectroscopy.
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Readership is cross-disciplinary and includes the following fields: atomic spectrometry, mass spectrometry, geochemistry, biomedical and clinical science, environmental science, toxicology, forensics and archaeometry. The readership spans researchers in universities and related academic institutes, government and research organisations, industry, independent laboratories and consulting firms.
Abstracts: Cited in various databases including Analytical Abstracts, ISI Web of Knowledge and Scopus
Techniques covered in JAAS include: plasma-based methods, flame- and furnace-based methods, sampling and sample preparation, hyphenated techniques for sample introduction, sample fractionation and speciation, atomic mass spectrometry, isotope ratio mass spectrometry, laser spectroscopy, X-ray-based spectroscopy methods, surface analytical techniques and statistics, modelling and chemometrics for atomic spectrometry.
Expanded list of methods and techniques covered in this journal
Additional information for authors when preparing a submission to JAAS
Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE)
The Royal Society of Chemistry is a member of the Committee on Publication Ethics and will follow the best practice guidelines in cases of research and publication misconduct
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