Open access

Royal Society of Chemistry. Open access journals

Since 1841, when the Chemical Society of London was founded and merged with the Society for Analytical Chemistry, the Royal Institute of Chemistry and the Faraday Society in 1980, the Society's purpose has been to develop chemical science, its promotion and dissemination of knowledge.

The Royal Society of Chemistry's portfolio includes 12 gold open access journals, in addition, all of the society's journals are hybrid and can publish open access materials.

The society's journals cover the major chemical sciences, including related fields such as biology, biophysics, energy and environment, mechanical engineering, materials science, medicine and physics.

The Royal Society of Chemistry publishes the journal Chemical Science (diamond open access journal), which is free for both authors and readers.

Professional librarians will find detailed information on the Librarian hub portal about the publisher’s resources, KBART files of collections, MARC records, promotional materials, etc.