Making an Impact in Materials Science

Wiley-Blackwell
 
The latest Impact Factors* have now been released –
Wiley's and Wiley-VCH's Materials Science journals prove to be top of their class

See Highlights per category:
Multidisciplinary Materials Science
Biomaterials
Ceramics
Further Top 10 Journals
Other Top Journals





Multidisciplinary Materials Science




Advanced Materials  

Impact Factor
10.857

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Advanced Materials

The Impact Factor for Advanced Materials increased 30% to 10.857, clearly reaffirming the quality of the journal and the service it provides to the interdisciplinary materials science community, chemists, physicists, bioscientists and engineers. With more than 68,000 citations it is the second most cited journal in Multidisciplinary Materials Science.


Advanced Functional Materials  

Impact Factor
8.486

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Advanced Functional Materials

The Impact Factor for Advanced Functional Materials increased by 21% to 8.486, confirming its leading position publishing full papers on all aspects of materials science, from photovoltaics to biomaterials to nanotechnology.


Small  

Impact Factor
7.333

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Small

With an increased Impact Factor of 7.333, Small continues to be the top forum for scientific research on the nano- and microscale.


Advanced Materials, Advanced Functional Materials and Small are also listed among the Top 10 journals in the category Nanoscience & Nanotechnology.

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Biomaterials




Macromolecular Bioscience  

Impact Factor
3.458

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Macromolecular Bioscience

Macromolecular Bioscience increased its Impact Factor by over 10% to the journal's highest ever value of 3.458, maintaining its ranking among the Top 5 biomaterials journals.


Journal of Biomedical Materials Research, Part A  

Impact Factor
3.044

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Journal of Biomedical Materials Research, Part A

The Journal of Biomedical Materials Research, Part A increased its Impact Factor to 3.044. In terms of citations it is ranked #2 in Biomaterials with more than 11,000 citations.

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Ceramics




Journal of the American Ceramic Society  

Impact Factor
2.167

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Journal of the American Ceramic Society

The Journal of the American Ceramic Society is currently ranked #2 in the Ceramics category, with an Impact Factor of 2.167 (11.5% increase). It is #1 in total number of citations with over 29,000!


International Journal of Applied Ceramic Technology  

Impact Factor
1.280

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International Journal of Applied Ceramic Technology

With its new Impact Factor of 1.280 the International Journal of Applied Ceramic Technology is listed under the Top 10 journals in the category Ceramics.

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Further Top 10 Journals




Strain
Strain
Impact Factor
1.000

Listed in the category
Characterization & Testing

Chemical Vapor Deposition
Chemical Vapor Deposition
Impact Factor
1.804

Listed in the category
Coatings & Films

Polymer Composites
Polymer Composites
Impact Factor
0.998

Listed in the category
Composites


Coloration Technology
Coloration Technology
Impact Factor
0.960

Listed in the category
Textiles

Journal of Vinyl & Additive Technology
Journal of Vinyl & Additive Technology
Impact Factor
0.912

Listed in the category
Textiles

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Other Top Journals




Materials and Corrosion
Materials and Corrosion
Impact Factor
1.077

Listed in the category
Multidisciplinary Materials Science

Advanced Engineering Materials
Advanced Engineering Materials
Impact Factor
1.738

Listed in the category
Multidisciplinary Materials Science

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