Russia is a nation known as Russian Federation. It is the world’s ninth most populous country. Russia covers the borders of Europe and Asian countries, to the Pacific and Artic oceans. Capital of Russia is Moscow. Its total population is 143.5 million.
Geography of Russia extends mostly towards Northern Eurasia, located at the Northern Hemisphere. Russia has a largely continental climate because of its sheer size and compact configuration. Most of Russia has only two seasons, summer and winter, with very short intervals of moderation between them.
Russia is a high income, mixed economic country prioritizing more in the agriculture sector. The country contains 30% of the world’s natural resources. The GDP is divided into various sectors where 9.7% is agriculture, 36.3% industry and 59.7% other services.
In Chemistry, this nation produced 27 Nobel laureates so far. Russia has established infrastructure for advanced chemistry research. Russian foundation of basic research monitors the funding and integration of the R & D related to chemistry in the country. There are many lists of chemistry journals which emphasize in the field of chemistry and Russia is one of the countries which maintain chemistry journals in regular frequency. The eminent university’s in Russia that has been doing their research in chemistry includes D. Mendeleev University of Chemical Technology of Russia, Saint Petersburg State University Institute of Chemistry, Dmitry Mendeleev University of Chemical Technology of Russia, etc. There have been numerous lists of chemistry journals in Russia such as Russian Journal of Chemistry and Chemical Sciences and many other Russian chemistry journals which are running with good number of articles and good reputation.