Journal History

2015 Inaugural issue released, published as a quarterly journal.
2016 Indexed by the Emerging Sources Citation Index—Web of Science (Clarivate Analytics).
2017 Magnetochemistry announces the first edition of the Travel Award: Travel Award 2018.
2019 Indexed by the Science Citation Index Expanded (SCIE).
  Travel Award 2019 are announced.
  Two topical sections are set up: Magnetism and Magnetic Materials; Magnetic Nanospecies.
2020 First Impact Factor received (1.947).
  Covered in Scopus from 2020.
  Two new Sections on ”Magnetic Resonances“ and ”Slow Relaxation in Molecules“ are set up.
2021 Magnetochemistry is published as a monthly journal.
Magnetochemistry received its first CiteScore (2020) of 0.6.
Magnetochemistry announced the first edition of the Best Paper Awards.
Magnetochemistry announced the third edition of the Travel Awards.
Magnetochemistry announced the first edition of the Young Investigator Award.
Magnetochemistry announced the first edition of the Outstanding Reviewer Award.
2022 Magnetochemistry published its 500th paper.
Magnetochemistry announced the second edition of the Best Paper Award.
Magnetochemistry received its second Impact Factor (3.336).
Magnetochemistry received its second CiteScore (2021) of 3.0.
Magnetochemistry established the following sections:
  • Magnetic Field;
  • Magnetic Energy;
  • Applied Magnetochemistry.
Magnetism and Magnetic Materials was renamed as Magnetic Materials.
Spin Crossover was merged with Spintronics to create a new section Spin Crossover and Spintronics.
Slow Relaxation in Molecules was renamed as Molecular Magnetism.

Editor-in-Chief

2015-present Editor-in-Chief: Prof. Dr. Carlos J. Gómez García

Section Editor-in-Chief

2019-present Section Editor-in-Chief: Prof. Dr. Carlos J. Gómez García for the Section on Magnetic Materials
Section Editor-in-Chief: Prof. Dr. Evgeny Katz for the Section on Magnetic Nanospecies
2020-present Section Editor-in-Chief: Dr. Teresa Lehmann for the Section on Magnetic Resonances
Section Editor-in-Chief: Prof. Dr. Marius Andruh for the Section on Molecular Magnetism
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