Fast Publication in Organic and Inorganic Chemistry

Elsevier aims to offer you the fastest possible speed of publication, without compromising on the quality of our peer-review process. This is a promise the editorial and publishing teams work hard to keep.

Current review and production time averages for our Organic and Inorganic Chemistry journals* are highlighted below:

Journal First decision
submission to
first decision in weeks
Review speed
submission to
final decision in weeks
First online
acceptance to
citable online in weeks
Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry 3.50 5.42 1.51
Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry Letters 4.48 7.11 1.38
Bioorganic Chemistry 3.76 5.79 1.58
Carbohydrate Research 3.14 4.89 1.65
Coordination Chemistry Reviews 5.02 9.59 1.91
Current Opinion in Chemical Biology 5.58 8.60 4.19
European Journal of Medicinal Chemistry 7.41 11.14 0.86
Inorganic Chemistry Communications 3.30 5.13 1.01
Inorganica Chimica Acta 5.28 8.67 1.99
Journal of Fluorine Chemistry 4.01 6.83 1.47
Journal of Inorganic Biochemistry 4.15 8.88 1.60
Journal of Organometallic Chemistry 5.39 8.16 1.89
Journal of Solid State Chemistry 3.76 5.31 1.52
Phytochemistry 6.22 13.18 4.80
Phytochemistry Letters 4.07 6.69 2.40
Polyhedron 4.69 7.58 1.95
Progress in Organic Coatings 12.10 19.51 5.16
Tetrahedron 4.63 7.59 1.17
Tetrahedron Letters 3.55 6.69 1.21
Tetrahedron: Asymmetry 3.40 5.41 6.83

Information on timeframe and definitions.

Every year we aim to improve the publication speed. It’s just one of the many reasons you should submit your research to one of Elsevier’s Organic and Inorganic Chemistry journals.

*The journals featured represent a selection of journals from Organic and Inorganic Chemistry.