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Johnson Matthey Technology Review is Open Access. It can be downloaded free of charge as full text webpages and PDF files via the Journal Archive. Full-issue PDF files are also available

The journal is electronic-only and is available as full-text webpages (HTML) and PDF files. There is no printed edition. This website also provides full Archive access to the predecessor title, Platinum Metals Review, in electronic formats.

It is published quarterly with four issues per year in January, April, July and October.

The Johnson Matthey Technology Review is an Open Access journal. Please refer to our Open Access policy for further information.

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Last updated: August 2021

Codes And Prefixes

  • ISSN 2056-5135
  • CODEN JMTRAPOI
  • Prefix 10.1595

Ingentaconnect

All issues of Johnson Matthey Technology Review are also available as full-text PDF downloads from IngentaConnect.

The DOI for each article links to the article hosted on IngentaConnect.

Abstracting And Indexing

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Impact Factor

Platinum Metals Review was assigned an Impact Factor from 2010 until it ceased publication in mid-2014.

Year Impact Factor
2016 1.070
2017 1.361
2017 1.361
2017 1.361
2017 1.361

Platinum Metals Review

Johnson Matthey’s journal of research on the platinum group metals and developments in their application in industry.

Platinum Metals Review was published from 1957 to 2014. It is continued as the Johnson Matthey Technology Review.

Codes and Prefixes

ISSN 0032-1400 (for print editions from 1957–2004)

E-ISSN 1471-0676 (for online editions from 2004–2014)

CODEN PTMRA3

DOI Prefix 10.1595

Global Emissions Management

Global Emissions Management (GEM) was Johnson Matthey’s technical magazine specifically for the automotive industry.

As of January 2015, all future technical articles will now be published in Johnson Matthey Technology Review, which features technical articles and features relating to the industry.Articles will be published in the ‘Emissions Control’ categories in the sections: Articles and Features, which are both accessible from the journal home page.

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