28.9(top 1%)
Impact Factor
30(top 1%)
extended IF
41(top 9%)
H-Index
130
authors
104
papers
5,335
citations
457
citing journals
4,199
citing authors
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Impact Factor of Electrochemical Energy Reviews based on the number of citations over 2-year window
The graph shows the changes in the impact factor of Electrochemical Energy Reviews and its the corresponding percentile for the sake of comparison with the entire literature. Impact Factor is the most common scientometric index, which is defined by the number of citations of papers in two preceding years divided by the number of papers published in those years.
This graph shows how the impact factor of Electrochemical Energy Reviews is computed. The left axis depicts the number of papers published in years X-1 and X2, and the right axis displays their citations in year X.

How Influential is Electrochemical Energy Reviews?

Electrochemical Energy Reviews is the 1st out of 310 Physical Chemistry journals. This means the journal is among the top 1% in the sub-discipline of Physical Chemistry. This Journal is the 1st out of 49 Electrochemistry journals. This means the journal is among the top 3% in the sub-discipline of Electrochemistry. This Journal is the 5th out of 826 Chemical Engineering journals. This means the journal is among the top 1% in the discipline of Chemical Engineering. This Journal is the 6th out of 570 Energy journals. This means the journal is among the top 2% in the discipline of Energy. This Journal is the 8th out of 1,481 Materials Science journals. This means the journal is among the top 1% in the discipline of Materials Science. This Journal is the 12th out of 5,488 Applied Sciences journals. This means the journal is among the top 1% in the science branch of Applied Sciences. This Journal is the 12th out of 3,258 Chemistry journals. This means the journal is among the top 1% in the discipline of Chemistry. This Journal is the 24th out of 12,155 Physical Sciences journals. This means the journal is among the top 1% in the science branch of Physical Sciences.