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Pharmacochemistry Journal Impact Factor

 Pharmacochemistry is a part of science that manages the development of pharmaceutical drugs, while science is (uncountable) the part of characteristic science that manages the arrangement and constitution of substances, and the progressions they undergo as a result of changes in the constitution of their atoms. Pharmacochemistry has significant roles to play individually and as a discipline in Studying Cause and Effect, Risk Group Research, Drug Use Research, Physician Prescription Analysis and Development, Patient Compliance Assessment, Medication Error Studies, and so on. Pharmacochemistry is an important method for physicians, researchers and policy makers to collect valuable data. The pharmacochemistry journal's impact factor is a measure that reflects the average number of citations for recent articles published in the journal. It is also used as a metric for a journal's relative significance within its region, with journals with higher impact factors considered more important than those with lower ones. Eugene Garfield, founder of the Center for Scientific Learning, invented the impact factor. Pharmacochemistry Impact factors for those journals which are indexed in the Journal Citation Reports are calculated annually. To increase its impact factor a journal can adopt editorial policies. For instance, journals may publish a greater percentage of review articles that are widely quoted more than research papers. Review articles can thus raise the journal's impact factor and therefore review journals will often have the highest impact factors in their respective fields.

 

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