Journal of The Electrochemical Society
JES is one of the leading Journals in the field of electrochemical science and technology, and is currently the first most-cited journal in Materials Science, Coatings & Films and second most-cited journal in Electrochemistry. This peer-reviewed journal publishes an average of 550 pages of 85 articles each month. Articles are published online as soon as possible after undergoing the peer-review process. The online version is considered the final version and is fully citable with articles assigned specific page numbers within specific issues. The date of online publication is the official publication date of record. Beginning in January 2016, JES will be published online only.
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From the start of 2016, JES will be publishing a new article type entitled “Communication”. “Communication” are brief articles or reports that describe impactful research wherein dissemination prior to a full complete study/paper will substantially benefit the electrochemical or solid state community. Selected “Communication” articles will be awarded an “Editors’ Choice” designation.
JES Impact Factor (2014 Journal Citation Reports): 3.266 (up from 2.859)
Topical Interest Areas
Papers are selected by a prestigious group of Technical Editors, responsible for the following interest areas:
Of particular interest are the areas of energy conversion and energy storage, corrosion, electrodeposition, electrocatalysis, double layer phenomena, sensors, bioelectrochemistry, electrochemical engineering, in situ spectroelectrochemical methods, and electroanalytical chemistry, as they relate to the further understanding of processes of both fundamental and technological importance leading to the rational design and optimization of small and large scale devices.
Specific topics of interest to JES include batteries, low and moderate temperature, and solid oxide fuel cells, electrolyzers, double layer capacitors, corrosion in wet and dry environments, electrodeposition of metals and semiconductors, etching, inorganic and biochemical sensors, reactor design and characterization, biological sensors wet and dry corrosion nanostructures, electrochemical methods for the synthesis of materials such as metal alloys and semiconductors, and for the fabrication of structures of all dimensions.
Full-text articles are available for Volume 57 (1930) to the current volume. ECS members may download JES articles using the tokens from their Article Packs. Articles are also available for sale. Contact ECS about to find out about the flexible subscription options – choose from individual titles or take advantage of a single, discounted fee for all ECS
- Batteries and Energy Storage
- Corrosion Science and Technology
- Electrochemical/Electroless Deposition
- Electrochemical Engineering
- Fuel Cells, Electrolyzers, and Energy Conversion
- Organic and Bioelectrochemistry
- Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, Electrocatalysis, and Photoelectrochemistry