Revista BrJAC


About Us


The Brazilian Journal of Analytical Chemistry is a peer-reviewed scientific journal intended for professionals and institutions acting mainly in all branches of Analytical Chemistry. It is a quarterly, open access, international journal with immediate publication of the manuscripts approved after peer review. Once published online a DOI number is assigned to the manuscript.
BrJAC is indexed in SCOPUS, Clarivate Analytics Emerging Sources Citation Index, CAplus Core Journal Coverage List and Google Scholar.
ISSN: 2179-3425 Printed       2179-3433 Electronic
Abbreviated title: Braz. J. Anal. Chem. 
Acronym: BrJAC

BrJAC is dedicated to the diffusion of significant and original knowledge in all branches of Analytical Chemistry and Bioanalytics, and it is addressed to professionals involved in science, technology and innovation projects at universities, research centers and in industry.

Professional Ethics
Manuscripts submitted for publication in BrJAC, either from universities, research centers, industry or any other public or private institution, cannot have been previously published or be currently submitted for publication in another journal. BrJAC publishes original, unpublished scientific articles and technical notes that are peer reviewed in the double-blind way.

In addition to publishing scientific articles, reviews and technical notes, the goal of BrJAC is also to discuss trends and needs in Analytical Chemistry through opinion editorials, points of view, letters, and interviews with renowned senior investigators.

Brief history of BrJAC
BrJAC is the first Brazilian scientific journal dedicated to all branches of Analytical Chemistry. It was launched on June 18, 2010 to fulfill an idealistic purpose of a group of people to achieve actual academic-industrial integration towards innovation and technical-scientific development. This is reflected in the composition of the BrJAC’s Editorial Board, which brings together professionals of the analytical chemistry field who work in academia, private companies and public institutions. In its ten years of existence, completed in 2020, BrJAC has shown an increasing curve in scientific quality and worldwide visibility.

BrJAC Young Talent in Analytical Chemistry Award
In 2019, BrJAC created the "Young Talent in Analytical Chemistry" award to recognize outstanding researchers in Analytical Chemistry and Bioanalytics.
This award will be offered annually at events related to analytical chemistry, such as the ENQA and the Analitica Latin America Congress, which take place in alternate years. The award will consist of a merit recognition diploma and a registration voucher for the national event on analytical chemistry (ENQA or Analitica Latin America Congress) subsequent to the award. The choice of the researcher to be awarded will be made by a committee designated by the Editor-in-Chief of BrJAC.

Manuscript submission
Submission of manuscripts by authors must be done online through the Manuscript Manager System. Manuscripts must be prepared according to the BrJAC’s Guidelines for Author available for download at the top of this page. Manuscripts in disagreement with the BrJAC's guidelines are not accepted for revision.

Manuscript Peer Review System
As evaluation criteria, the reviewers employ originality, scientific quality and contribution to the knowledge in the field of analytical chemistry, the theoretical foundation and bibliography, the presentation of relevant and consistent results, compliance to the journal's guidelines, and the clarity of writing and presentation.

Brief description of the BrJAC sections

  • Articles: Full descriptions of an original research finding in Analytical Chemistry. Manuscripts submitted for publication as articles, either from universities, research centers, industry or any other public or private institution, cannot have been previously published or be currently submitted for publication in another journal. Articles undergo double-blind full peer review.
  • Reviews: Articles on well-established subjects, including a critical analysis of the bibliographic references and conclusions. Manuscripts submitted for publication as reviews must be original and unpublished. Reviews undergo double-blind full peer review.
  • Technical Notes: Concise descriptions of a development in analytical method, new technique, procedure or equipment falling within the scope of BrJAC. Technical notes also undergo double-blind full peer review.
  • Interviews: Renowned chemist researchers are invited to talk with BrJAC about their expertise and experience in analytical chemistry.
  • Points of view: Researchers are invited to write a personal opinion on some relevant subject in analytical chemistry.
  • Letters: Discussions, comments, sugges­tions on issues related to analytical chemistry, and consultations to authors. Letters are welcome and will be published at the discretion of the editor-in-chief.
  • Features: A feature article gives to the reader a more in-depth view of a topic, a person or opinion of acknowledged interest for analytical chemistry.
  • Sponsor Reports: Concise descriptions of technical studies not submitted for review by referees. Documents of exclusive responsibility of the BrJAC' sponsors.
  • Releases: Documents providing new and relevant information for the community involved in analytical chemistry, and sponsor’s announcements on the launch of new products of interest in analytical chemistry.

Editorial Office

Production Editor
Silvana Odete Pisani

Lilian Freitas MTB 0076693/ SP

Luciene Campos

Art Director:
Adriana Garcia

Daniel Letieri



BrJAC is associated to the Brazilian Association of Scientific Editors

BrJAC is published quarterly by:
Visão Fokka Communication Agency
Av. Washington Luiz, 4300 - Bloco G - 43
13042-105 — Campinas, SP, Brazil

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