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The Royal Society of Chemistry Integrates Altmetric Badges

Jean Liu, 11th September 2013

Chemistry and altmetrics

Donuts are now integrated into 5 Royal Society of Chemistry journals

We’re pleased to announce that Altmetric donuts have now been integrated into 5 Royal Society of Chemistry journals.

The 5 journals participating in the Royal Society of Chemistry’s new altmetrics initiative are: Energy and Environmental ScienceDalton TransactionsPhysical Chemistry Chemical PhysicsChemical Society Reviews, and Lab on a Chip. Our donuts now appear in ‘Metrics’ tabs on article pages in the participating journals. Examples of the integration can be seen here on a journal article page, and here on a custom article details page.

Read more in this press release, which we jointly wrote up with the Royal Society of Chemistry. And just for fun, check out the list below for the top 5 articles from the participating journals (as ranked by attention in the Altmetric Explorer).

 

Top 5 articles from the participating RSC journals

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1. Worldwide health effects of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear accident (Energy & Environmental Science)

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2. The energetic implications of curtailing versus storing solar- and wind-generated electricity (Energy & Environmental Science)

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3. Urine utilisation by microbial fuel cells; energy fuel for the future (Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics)

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4. Waste to real energy: the first MFC powered mobile phone (Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics)

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5. Label-free biodetection using a smartphone (Lab on a Chip)

5 Responses to “The Royal Society of Chemistry Integrates Altmetric Badges”

Altmetric (@altmetric)
September 11, 2013 at 12:00 am

The Royal Society of Chemistry has integrated Altmetric donuts into the 'Metrics' tabs of 5 journals! http://t.co/ZS5DnvZn3z #altmetrics

Jup Gill (@runninGandhi)
September 12, 2013 at 12:00 am

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@laurawheelers
September 12, 2013 at 12:00 am

The Royal Society of Chemistry Integrates Altmetric Badges http://t.co/00NK4eUPeC cc @altmetric @portablebrain

@SerinDabb
September 13, 2013 at 12:00 am

The Royal Society of Chemistry Integrates Altmetric Badges - Want to know what that is? : http://t.co/dXmCgcGq97 @altmetric

@ChemSocRev
September 17, 2013 at 12:00 am

MT @serindabb: New way to judge research @DaltonTrans @EES_journal @PCCP @LabonaChip @ChemSocRev trialing alt metrics http://t.co/X7X2LqKVyD

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