Chemistry: Journals

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Recommended Open Access Journals in Chemistry

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Information about publishing

YOU HAVE SEVERAL OPTIONS TO PUBLISH YOUR RESEARCH OPENLY:

GREEN OPEN ACCESS
Publish your work openly in an institutional or in a subject based e-archive according to the agreements of the copyrights owner.
Self-archiving
Researchers of the University of Helsinki self-archive their
research to TUHAT or send the AAM file to the library service deposit.
E-print services or e-archives
Open repositories of the discipline (i.e. ArXiv, bioRxiv, PubMed Central, RePEc or SocArxiv) are useful when you wish to disseminate your paper. Remember still self-archiving to TUHAT.
GOLD OPEN ACCESS
Publish your article in a journal that supports Open Access. 
Publish your book by using Open Access -based services.

Journals and book publishers often charge APCs or BPCs (Article Processing Charge, Book Processing Charge) fees.
You have to pay the publishing fee (APC or BPC) or find an institutional source to pay the fee.
HYBRID OPEN ACCESS
Make an article openly accessible by paying the publishing fee (APC or BPC) or find an institutional source to pay the fee. Rest of the articles of the journal still remain behind a paywall. Hybrid open access often means institutions and libraries have to pay twice for the same content.
ADDITIONAL OPEN WAYS
Open publishing for example on writer´s own www-pages. Does not meet the requirements of the research funders.

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