9.855 Impact Factor for ACS Nano with citations rapidly rising!

The 2010 Impact Factor for ACS Nano has increased to 9.855*, with 9905 citations in 2010 (~3x citations in 2009), and already 9000+ citations in 2011 year-to-date.

Highly Ranked in Multiple Categories

ACS Nano was launched in mid-year in 2007, and in impact factor is already #5 in Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, #9 in Multidisciplinary Chemistry and in Multidisciplinary Materials Science, #8 in Physical Chemistry, and is the top comprehensive article journal in each of these categories. 

An Eight-Time “Rising Star”

More evidence of ACS Nano’s rapid rise: the journal was recently named a “Rising Star” in Chemistry for the 8th time by Thomson Reuters’ Science Watch, a record in the Chemistry category. Late last year, ACS Nano published its first Virtual Issue on Nanotoxicology and its second earlier this year on Drug Delivery, both of which generated great interest. ACS Nano has just released a new Virtual Issue on Plasmonics. Please stay tuned for new developments from ACS Nano throughout the year by visiting www.acsnano.org.

Impact around the World

Articles published in ACS Nano received a great deal of attention in the popular and scientific press, including The Economist, Nature, Popular Mechanics, Science, Technology Review, and many others, including BBC, CBS, CNN, Fox, MSNBC, and other international television and radio.

Editor-in-Chief:
Paul S. Weiss
University of California, Los Angeles

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