Aims and Scope

Heterocyclic Letters (HL) is a quarterly, peer-reviewed, online open access International Journal. The aim of the Heterocyclic letters is to provide in-depth development in the field of heterocyclic chemistry. The sole purpose of “Heterocyclic letters” is to publish research publications on all aspects of heterocyclic chemistry like fundamental aspects, new trends in the synthesis, structure and reactivity of heterocyclic compounds, their physical and chemical properties. Heterocyclic compounds originated from either natural chemistry or organic chemistry or medicinal chemistry. This relationship between interdisciplines arises because heterocyclic molecules are fundamental building blocks of biological systems. In addition to its importance to biology, heterocyclic chemistry has also been study in diverse areas such as coordination compounds, polymeric materials, dyes and in many other fields. The journal will accept the original research contributions (previously unpublished) from all areas that related to heterocyclic chemistry (bio-organic chemistry, organo-metallic chemistry, natural product chemistry, catalytic chemistry and green chemistry) Submitted manuscript may be theoretical, experimental or both. Papers should be original, unpublished and not being submitted for publication elsewhere. Papers based on incomplete data, limited to local importance, and results from periodical experiments will not normally be considered for publication. The Journal Heterocyclic Letters invites authors to submit their research on any aspect of heterocyclic compounds in the form of original research papers and review articles.

Coverage Area

It covers all branches of Chemistry for example Natural Chemistry, Medicinal Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Green Chemistry, Nanotechnology, Inorganic Chemistry, Physical Chemistry, Analytical Chemistry, Environmental Chemistry, Chemical Physics, and Chemical Engineering etc. Heterocyclic chemistry is an ever expanding subject where scientists regularly discover new and exciting applications for heterocyclic compounds.

Abstracted / Indexed In:

CAS (American Chemical Society): HLEEAI, ROAD (the Directory of Open Access scholarly Resources), Thomson Reuters (ESCI), SJIF(Scientific Journal Impact factor), ICI (Indian Citation Index), Citefactor (EOI :10.11215/heteroletters)

All papers in this journal have undergone peer review by anonymous international referees to ensure the highest standards. Researchers from academy and industry world are invited to publish their research articles in this journal.