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What is the Johnson Matthey Technology Review?
The Johnson Matthey Technology Review is a peer reviewed scientific journal dedicated to a range of science and technologies involving precious metals, base metals and innovative materials. The range of topics reflects the interests of Johnson Matthey Plc, however the journal is open to submissions from all researchers in academia or industry who are working in these areas of interest. Until 2014 the journal was called Platinum Metals Review and specialised only in platinum group metals science and technology. For more information see About.
I do not have a professional relationship with Johnson Matthey Plc. Can I still submit my work to the Johnson Matthey Technology Review?
Yes. The Johnson Matthey Technology Review is open to submissions from all researchers in academia or industry who are working in areas of interest to the journal. Please see our current Editorial Policy for a list of subjects that may be considered for publication. If you need any more advice please contact us. Other subjects may be considered at the Editors’ discretion. The Editors’ decision is final.
How do I prepare a manuscript for submission?
How do I submit a new manuscript? Where is your submission system?
How do I track the progress of my manuscript?
You can check the progress of your manuscript or find out more by contacting us or by emailing your corresponding Editor directly.
How much does it cost to publish in the Johnson Matthey Technology Review?
Publishing in the journal is free of charge. There are no publication fees and all the costs are absorbed by Johnson Matthey as part of its investment in research and development.
How much does a subscription to the Johnson Matthey Technology Review cost?
The journal is free of charge.
How do I subscribe to the Johnson Matthey Technology Review?
You may sign up for Email Alerts, follow us on Twitter or receive an RSS Feed to be alerted when a new article or issue is published. You can also download full articles and sign up for alerts from IngentaConnect.
Can I have a printed copy of the Johnson Matthey Technology Review?
No. The Johnson Matthey Technology Review is published online as PDF and full-text web pages only. There is no printed edition. However all issues are available to read and download as printable PDF files free of charge in our Journal Archive.
Can I have permission to use an image or an article that has been published in Platinum Metals Review or the Johnson Matthey Technology Review?
Yes. This is an Open Access journal and is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License.
How do I export citations?
There is no citation export in the website. You can create a citation by copying the citation information given in each article.
What does DOI mean?
The DOI is a Digital Object Identifier. A DOI provides authors more security for their published work and makes sure that you can find the article even if the publisher changes or moves its location on the web. More information is available at The DOI System website.
How do I find an article using the DOI?
Type or paste the DOI into the text box on Resolve a DOI Name. Click Submit. Your browser will take you to a webpage (URL) associated with that DOI.
Platinum Metals Review
Where is Platinum Metals Review? I am trying to find an article that was published there.
The entire archive of Platinum Metals Review from Volume 1, Issue 1 (1957) to Volume 58, Issue 2 (2014) is available in the Journal Archive section on this website. From Volume 58, Issue 3 (2014) the journal has been renamed the Johnson Matthey Technology Review.
Why was Platinum Metals Review renamed the Johnson Matthey Technology Review?
Platinum Metals Review specialised in research involving only the platinum group metals. In the 21st century, Johnson Matthey Plc is a company with interests in a much wider range of science and technology, including base metals, advanced materials and many others, as well as precious metals. Therefore the name of its scientific journal was changed to allow this much broader range of interests to be represented.
I am looking for the book “A History of Platinum and its Allied Metals”. Where is it?
D. McDonald and L. B. Hunt, “A History of Platinum and its Allied Metals”, Johnson Matthey Plc, London, UK, 1982; ISBN: 0-905118-83-9 is now available on Google Books. Follow the link to obtain the e-book free of charge.
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How do I find out more about Johnson Matthey?
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