"Chemical Journal of Kazakhstan" is registered by the Ministry of Culture, Information and Public Accord of the Republic of Kazakhstan (certificate of registration of mass media No. 3995-Zh dated June 25, 2003), by the ISSN International Center in Paris (registration number ISSN 1813-1107 dated 6 August 2005) and is included in the List of publications for the publication of the main results of scientific activity, recommended by the "Committee for Quality Assurance of Education and Science of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan for the publication of the main results of scientific activity" (Order N 844 of 12.29.2021).
Founder - Order of the Red Banner of Labor A.B. Bekturov ". Founder and first editor-in-chief of the Journal - Academician of NAS RK E.E. ERGOZHIN, laureate of the State Prize in Science and Technology, Honored Scientist, Honored Inventor of the Republic of Kazakhstan, Doctor of Chemistry, Professor, General Director of the Order of the Red Banner of Labor of JSC "Institute of Chemical Sciences named after A. B. Bekturov" from 1988 to 2020.
Currently, the Editor-in-chief of the Journal is the General Director of the Order of the Red Banner of Labor of JSC "Institute of Chemical Sciences named after A. B. Bekturov", Candidate of Chemical Sciences D. E. FISCHER.
The purpose of the "Chemical Journal of Kazakhstan" is to highlight and popularize scientific research, achievements, and the latest developments of scientists in various fields of chemistry. "Chemical Journal of Kazakhstan" was founded in 2003, issues four issues a year and publishes original scientific articles and reviews on current problems of chemistry and chemical technology in the following main sections: inorganic and organic chemistry; chemistry of monomers and high-molecular compounds, ion exchange and membrane technology; petrochemistry and petrochemical synthesis; chemistry of medicinal substances and physiologically active compounds; chemical ecology; chemistry of fertilizers and salts; physical chemistry.