Royal Society of Chemistry - RSC Journals Online
The Royal Society of Chemistry is the world’s leading chemistry community, a not-for-profit organisation with 170 years of history and a scientific publisher of high-impact journals and books.
Royal Society of Chemistry - Journals Online: 43 full-text journals spanning all branches of chemistry, plus a range of key databases in analytical chemistry, catalysts and catalysed reactions, organic synthesis and natural products.
We have two open access journals, Chemical Science and RSC Advances and our journal Chemistry Education Research and Practice is free access thanks to sponsorship from our Education division.
The first two volumes of every journal are free to access upon IP registration; our latest journals in their free access period are listed below. Journals published 2008-present are subject to payment.
Other free resources include any articles that are part of a special free access promotion, the first chapter of every eBook, and all Chemistry World news highlights.
Materials Chemistry Frontiers (free to access until the end of 2018)
Molecular Systems Design & Engineering (free to access until the end of 2017)
Nanoscale Horizons (free to access until the end of 2017)
Sustainable Energy & Fuels (free to access until the end of 2018)
Reaction Chemistry & Engineering (free to access until the end of 2017)
- Royal Society of Chemistry title listing 2017.pdf (.pdf / 41 KB)
- Royal Society of Chemistry title listing 2017.xlsx (.xlsx / 18 KB)
- All branches of chemistry including traditional fields, such as organic, inorganic, analytical chemistry, as well as newer developments and cross-disciplinary studies, such as natural products and green chemistry
- Databases in analytical chemistry, catalysts and catalysed reactions, organic synthesis and natural products
- Specialist reports in amino acids, peptides and proteins, carbohydrate chemistry, monosaccharides, disaccharides and specific oligosaccharides, catalysis chemical modelling, electron paramagnetic resonance, NMR, organometallic chemistry, organophosphorus chemistry, photochemistry, and spectroscopic properties of inorganic and organometallic compounds.
• Full text of all 41 Royal Society of Chemistry journals available, many going back to 1997
• Free Table of Contents alerting service available for all users, for all titles
• Many journal articles available in HTML and PDF
• Comprehensive search functionality
• Comprehensive, world-leading abstracting databases
• Cutting-edge specialist reports in key chemistry topics.
Catalysis Science & Technology
ChemComm (Chemical Communications)
ChemSocRev (Chemical Society Reviews)
Chemistry Education Research & Practice (CERP)
Energy & Environmental Science
Environmental Science: Nano
Environmental Science: Processes & Impacts
Environmental Science: Water Research & Technology
Food & Function
Inorganic Chemistry Frontiers
Journal of Analytical Atomic Spectrometry (JAAS)
Journal of Materials Chemistry A
Journal of Materials Chemistry B
Journal of Materials Chemistry C
Lab on a Chip
Materials Chemistry Frontiers
Molecular Systems Design & Engineering
Natural Product Reports (NPR)
NJC (New Journal of Chemistry)
Organic & Biomolecular Chemistry
Organic Chemistry Frontiers
Photochemical & Photobiological Sciences (PPS)
(PCCP) Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics
Reaction Chemistry & Engineering
Sustainable Energy & Fuels
Institutions in the following countries can register for access to Royal Society of Chemistry - RSC Journals Online through the process below:
Registration and Access
Registration for Royal Society of Chemistry - RSC Journals Online
Any eligible institution needs to register to access the Royal Society of Chemistry’s online journals. If you have not used this resource before you may need to first check if your institution is registered and, if it is, identify the contact person who has your access details. To do this, please go to the subscribed resources registration and select your country and institution.
Access by fixed, external IP address with username and password access for remote users.
Information for Librarians
Set up a Librarians Portal account http://pubs.rsc.org/en/librarian/home?e=1 for your institution or organisation. Here you can manage your own IP addresses.
The Library Toolkit is designed to help librarians promote subscriptions and purchases of Royal Society of Chemistry publishing resources to users electronically. You can request a toolkit here: http://www.rsc.org/journals-books-databases/librarians-information/librarians-portal-account/promotional-materials/
Publisher Newsletter Details
RSC Notes is the newsletter for librarians and information specialists from the Royal Society of Chemistry. You can browse articles and sign up for email alerts here: http://www.rsc.org/journals-books-databases/librarians-information/librarians-notes/
Usage Data Collection
Use your registered MPS username and password at www.mpsinsight.com/rsc
Please ensure that your email address is set up on MPS (and not a retired colleague or someone who no longer works with you) so that you receive the notification.
How can I set up a usage statistics account?
If you do not have a MPS usage statistic account set up, please request one from the eJournals team.