Anales de Química

The Anales de Química was a peer-review scientific journal in the field of chemistry. The first issue was published in 1903 by the Real Sociedad Española de Física y Química (later the Real Sociedad Española de Química, the Spanish Royal Society of Chemistry). Its publication ended in 1998.[1]

Anales de Química
DisciplineChemistry
LanguageSpanish
Publication details
History1903–1998
Publisher
Standard abbreviations
ISO 4An. Quím.
Indexing
CODENANQUEX
ISSN1130-2283
OCLC no.802697545

History

The Anales des Quimica were published in the following order:

  • Anales de la Real Sociedad Española de Física y Química, 1903 (vol. 1) to 1940 (vol. 36; ISSN 0365-6675, CODEN: ASEFAR)
  • Anales de Física y Química, 1941 (vol 37) to 1947 (vol. 43; ISSN 0365-2351, CODEN: AFQMAH)

In 1948 (vol. 44), the journal was split into two sections:

  • Anales de la Real Sociedad Española de Física y Química/Ser. A, Física, 1948 (vol. 44) to 1967 (vol. 63; ISSN 0034-0871, CODEN: ARSFAM)
  • Anales de la Real Sociedad Española de Física y Química/Ser. B, Química, 1948 (vol. 44) to 1967 (vol. 63; ISSN 0034-088X, CODEN ARSQAL)

Section A subsequently became the Anales de Física. From 1968, section B was continued as the Anales de Quimica (1968, vol 64, to 1979, vol. 75; ISSN 0365-4990, CODEN: ANQUBU).[2]

From 1980 (vol. 76) to 1989 (vol. 85) this title was again split in three sections:[2]

  • Anales de Química/Serie A, Química Física y Ingenieria Química (ISSN 0211-1330, CODEN: AQSTDQ)
  • Anales de Química/Serie B, Química Inorgánica y Química Analítica (ISSN 0211-1349, CODEN: AQSAD3)
  • Anales de Química/Serie C, Química Orgánica y Bioquímica (ISSN 0211-1357, CODEN: AQSBD6)

From 1990 (vol. 86) until 1995 (vol. 91), sections A to C were merged again, returning Anales de Química (1990, vol 86, to 1995, vol. 91; ISSN 1130-2283, CODEN: ANQUEX).

Finally, the journal was renamed to Anales de Química, International Edition[2] (1996, vol. 92, to 1998, vol. 94; (ISSN 1130-2283, CODEN: AQIEFZ) until it was merged in 1998 to form the European Journal of Organic Chemistry and the European Journal of Inorganic Chemistry.

Legacy

To continue the tradition of Anales de Química, the Spanish Royal Society of Chemistry established a new journal in 1999, the Anales de la Real Sociedad Española de Química.[3]

See also

References

  1. "Anales de Quimica International Edition | EVISA's Journals Database". www.speciation.net. European Virtual Institute for Speciation Analysis (EVISA). Retrieved 2018-11-10.
  2. Cooper, Caroline; Purchase, Rupert (2017-08-04). Organic Chemist's Desk Reference. CRC Press. ISBN 9781351647090.
  3. "Anales de la Real Sociedad Española de Química". Dialnet (in Spanish). Retrieved 2018-11-10.
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