ACS Agricultural Science & Technology is an international forum for cutting-edge original research in all areas of agricultural science, technology, and engineering. The journal aspires to highlight the role of agricultural science and technology to address challenges facing humankind and the planet. The journal welcomes submissions across fundamental and applied research in agricultural sciences, with topics spanning but not limited to: Plant Science including Crop Protection, Biotechnology, Informatics, and Analytical Technologies Soil and Environmental Science including Sustainable Agriculture and Conservation Agricultural Engineering including Digital and Precision Agriculture, and Nanotechnologies Regulation including Risk Assessment, Risk Management, Policy and Trade With its focus on science and technology, ACS Agricultural Science & Technology complements Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. Together with ACS Food Science & Technology, this suite of journals offers an authoritative portfolio encompassing all areas of food and agricultural research, serving as the premier source for researchers across all sectors. ACS Agricultural Science & Technology provides full-length research Articles, Letters, Reviews, and Viewpoints of broad interest to the global agricultural research community. Letters serve as brief communications of exceptional timeliness.
ACS Applied Bio Materials is an interdisciplinary journal publishing original research covering all aspects of biomaterials and biointerfaces including and beyond the traditional biosensing, biomedical and therapeutic applications.
The journal is devoted to reports of new and original experimental and theoretical research of an applied nature that integrate knowledge in the areas of materials, engineering, physics, bioscience, and chemistry into important bio applications. The journal is specifically interested in work that addresses the relationship between structure and function, and assesses the stability and degradation of materials under relevant environmental and biological conditions. Sample research topics that span the journal’s scope are inorganic, hybrid and organic materials for bio applications including antibacterial/antimicrobial and anticancer materials, biofouling and antifouling materials, biomolecular imaging/sensing materials, biomimetic materials, self-healing materials, bio-assembly materials, sustainable biomaterials, as well as novel approaches to synthesis of new and existing materials for drug delivery/targeting, photodynamic/photothermal therapy. Descriptions of the design and development of materials and devices that enable more rapid advancement of new bio applications in areas such as bioenergy, biocatalysis, bioaerosols, bioelectronics, environment, and water safety are encouraged.
ACS Applied Electronic Materials is an interdisciplinary journal publishing original research covering all aspects of electronic materials. The journal is devoted to reports of new and original experimental and theoretical research of an applied nature that integrate knowledge in the areas of materials science, engineering, optics, physics, and chemistry into important applications of electronic materials. Sample research topics that span the journal's scope are inorganic, organic, ionic and polymeric materials with properties that include conducting, semiconducting, superconducting, insulating, dielectric, magnetic, optoelectronic, piezoelectric, ferroelectric and thermoelectric.
ACS Applied Energy Materials is an interdisciplinary journal publishing original research covering all aspects of materials, engineering, chemistry, physics and biology relevant to energy conversion and storage. The journal is devoted to reports of new and original experimental and theoretical research of an applied nature that integrate knowledge in the areas of materials, engineering, physics, bioscience, and chemistry into important energy applications.
Sample research topics that span the journal’s scope are materials for energy storage including battery, supercapacitor, and redox flow batteries, fuel cell electrodes, catalysts, membranes and biofuel cells, solar cell materials, including inorganic, hybrid and organics, thermoelectric materials, solar fuel materials and processes, novel approaches to synthesis of new and existing materials for energy storage and conversion, energy conversion materials, and electrochromic and thermochromic materials. Details about the journal article types and submission requirements may be found in the Author Guidelines.
ACS Applied Engineering Materials is an international and interdisciplinary forum devoted to original research covering all aspects of engineered materials, complementing the ACS Applied Materials portfolio. Papers that describe theory, simulation, modeling, or machine learning assisted design of materials and that provide new insights into engineering applications are welcomed. The journal also considers experimental research that includes novel methods of preparing, characterizing, and evaluating new materials designed for timely applications. With its focus on innovative applications, ACS Applied Engineering Materials, also complements and expands the scope of existing ACS publications that focus on materials science discovery, including Biomacromolecules, Chemistry of Materials, Crystal Growth & Design, Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, Inorganic Chemistry, Langmuir, and Macromolecules.
The scope of ACS Applied Engineering Materials includes high-quality research of an applied nature that integrates knowledge in materials science, engineering, physics, mechanics, and chemistry.
ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces is a new publication for the interdisciplinary community of chemists, engineers, physicists and biologists focusing on how newly-discovered materials and interfacial processes can be developed and used for specific applications. The journal publishes full length articles and letters from researchers in academia and industry in addition to featuring comments and forums dedicated to advancing applied materials research.Topics covered by ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces include: * advanced active and passive electronic/optical materials * coatings * colloids * biomaterials and bio-interfaces * polymer materials * hybrid and composite materials * friction and wearEditor-in-Chief Kirk Schanze answered your questions about ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces.
ACS Applied Nano Materials is an interdisciplinary journal publishing original research covering all aspects of engineering, chemistry, physics and biology relevant to applications of nanomaterials. The journal is devoted to reports of new and original experimental and theoretical research of an applied nature that integrate knowledge in the areas of materials, engineering, physics, bioscience, and chemistry into important applications of nanomaterials.
ACS Applied Optical Materials is an international and interdisciplinary forum to publish original experimental and theoretical, including simulation and modeling, research in optical materials, complementing the ACS Applied Materials portfolio. With a focus on innovative applications, ACS Applied Optical Materials also complements and expands the scope of existing ACS publications that focus on fundamental aspects of the interaction between light and matter in materials science including ACS Photonics, Macromolecules, Journal of Physical Chemistry C, ACS Nano and Nano Letters.
The scope of ACS Applied Optical Materials includes high quality research of an applied nature that integrates knowledge in materials science, chemistry, physics, optical science and engineering.
ACS Applied Polymer Materials is an interdisciplinary journal publishing original research covering all aspects of engineering, chemistry, physics, and biologyrelevant to applications of polymers.
The journal is devoted to reports of new and original experimental and theoretical research of an applied nature that integrates fundamental knowledge in the areas of materials, engineering, physics, bioscience, polymer science and chemistry into important polymer applications. The journal is specifically interested in work that addresses relationships among structure, processing, morphology, chemistry, properties, and function as well as work that provide insights into mechanisms critical to the performance of the polymer for applications. Sample research topics that span the journal's scope are polymer applications in energy storage and conversion, separations, membranes, adhesives, functional coatings, sensing, adaptive and reconfigurable materials, electronics, photonics, biomaterials, and nanocomposites. The journal also considers novel approaches to the synthesis of new and existing polymers that are designed for specific applications.
With its focus on applications, ACS Applied Polymer Materials not only complements ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, but also the portfolio of existing ACS publications on fundamental materials science discovery, including Chemistry of Materials, Langmuir, Biomacromolecules, Macromolecules, ACS Macro Letters, The Journal of Physical Chemistry B/C, and Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters.
Modeling and informatics tools for biomaterials; synthesis and modulation of new biomaterials; bioinspired and biomimetic approaches to biomaterials; biomaterial interfaces and interactions; health risk studies of biomaterials; manufacturing, technology and tissues in the context of biomaterials; bioresponsive biomaterials, bioelectronics and bioMEMS; biomaterials based devices and prosthetics; regenerative medicine; genetic designs and bioengineering
ACS Catalysis is dedicated to publishing original research on heterogeneous catalysis, homogeneous catalysis, and bio-catalysis. Application coverage includes life sciences, drug discovery & development, household products, polymer discovery & production, environmental protection and energy & fuels.Specifically, the journal will include both experimental and theoretical research and reviews on molecules, macromolecules or materials that are catalytic in nature, that is, they exhibit catalytic turnover.The journal seeks to acquire content in the areas of new reactions and new approaches to synthesis involving known catalysts, discovery of or modification of new catalysts, novel mechanistic and investigatory studies on catalysis, practical enhancements of known processes, and conceptual advances. ACS Catalysis accepts and publishes Letters, Articles, Perspectives, Reviews, and Viewpoints.
ACS Chemical Biology provides an international forum for the rapid communication of research that broadly embraces the interface between chemistry and biology.The journal also serves as a forum to facilitate the communication between biologists and chemists that will translate into new research opportunities and discoveries. Results will be published in which molecular reasoning has been used to probe questions through in vitro investigations, cell biological methods, or organismic studies.We welcome mechanistic studies on proteins, nucleic acids, sugars, lipids, and nonbiological polymers. The journal serves a large scientific community, exploring cellular function from both chemical and biological perspectives. It is understood that submitted work is based upon original results and has not been published previously.
ACS Chemical Health & Safety is a global platform for ensuring that all members of the chemical enterprise receive access to new research, safety information, regulatory updates, effective chemical hygiene practices, and hazard assessment tools. The journal focuses on publishing high-quality articles of interest to scientists, EH&S professionals, and non-research personnel who manage or work in areas where chemicals are used or hazardous waste is generated. Manuscripts may include original research, critical examinations of safety incidents, or substantial, comprehensive, and readable reviews on topics and methodologies that advance chemical health and safety knowledge. Sample topics that span the journal's scope include: Chemical safety and security risk assessment and management Chemical safety education training and resources Safe and secure transport of chemicals Chemical safety and security decision making, including economic considerations Laboratory and chemical storage layout, maintenance, and modification Emergency response and planning Interdisciplinary laboratory spaces Procedures, techniques, and equipment that improve chemical safety Emerging contaminants Laboratory incidents and lessons learned Regulatory updates, requirements, and implementation Development and management of safety cultures Industrial and safety engineering approaches that lead to inherently safer research practices Chemical safety information Human and organizational factors related to the management of chemical risk Occupational safety directly related to laboratories Use of chemicals in other academic settings (e.g. art or theatre departments, research hospitals, etc.) Manuscripts relating to commercial products are welcome, provided that they are not advertisements. All manuscripts are subject to critical, anonymous peer review. The final decision relating to a manuscript’s suitability for the journal rests solely with the Editor.
ACS Chemical Neuroscience publishes high-quality research articles and reviews that showcase chemical, quantitative biological, biophysical and bioengineering approaches to the understanding of the nervous system and to the development of new treatments for neurological disorders. Research in the journal focuses on aspects of chemical neurobiology and bio-neurochemistry such as the following: * Neurotransmitters and receptors * Neuropharmaceuticals and therapeutics * Neural development—Plasticity, and degeneration * Chemical, physical, and computational methods in neuroscience * Neuronal diseases—basis, detection, and treatment * Mechanism of aging, learning, memory and behavior * Pain and sensory processing * Neurotoxins * Neuroscience-inspired bioengineering * Development of methods in chemical neurobiology * Neuroimaging agents and technologies * Animal models for central nervous system diseasesResearch articles reporting the identification of general principles that govern how information is processed by neuronal circuits; or using genetic model systems in conjunction with computational biology, imaging, electrophysiological, and computational neuroscience (neuroinformatics) are also welcomed.
ACS ES&T Engineering publishes high-impact research and review/perspective articles in all areas of environmental technology and engineering through a highly rigorous peer-review process. It is a specialist journal that aims to serve as an international forum for research and innovation, welcoming contributions on materials, technologies, processes, data analytics and engineering systems that can manage, protect and remediate air, water and soil quality, treat wastes and recover resources. Research contributions that support effective decision-making within complex engineered systems, and are informed by mechanistic science and analytics that describe complex environmental engineering systems are encouraged. Papers that present novel, innovative advancements will be considered across the continuum from lab-based discovery to field-based application. Case/demonstration studies without significant scientific advances and technological innovations will not be considered. Papers containing experimental and/or theoretical methods and knowledge grounded in engineering principles that are integrated with core knowledge from other disciplines are welcome. Specific topics may include (but are not limited to) the following environmental engineering areas: Novel materials, technologies, processes, data analytical methods, and systems that: - evaluate, protect and remediate air, water, and soil quality - solve or address multiple emerging environmental issues at various nexuses (e.g., energy, material, sustainability, public health) Novel separation, desalination, and resource recovery technologies Environmental nanotechnology and biotechnology Environmental catalysis for pollution abatement and cleaner sustainable processes Redox processes for engineering applications Waste management, treatment, valorization, and waste-to-energy Environmental technologies developed for monitoring, sensing, and assessing environmental exposure & hazards Macroscopic and microscopic mechanisms that inform environmental engineering systems Novel analytical and simulation methods (e.g., data-driven science, artificial intelligence, machine learning, data scraping) for environmental engineering applications
ACS ES&T Water is a high-quality specialist journal dedicated to water research and policy. This international, multidisciplinary journal publishes novel, high-impact, peer-reviewed research on all aspects of water quality, chemistry, treatment, protection, and sustainable use/reuse and supply. The Journal considers both marine and freshwater environments as well as water utilized for industrial and municipal applications. ACS ES&T Water's multi-disciplinary research focus also welcomes other water-related research fields. Manuscripts describing public policy and the underlying science utilized for decision making are also encouraged. Specific topics of interest may include (but are not limited to) the following areas: Water quality and the transformation, transport and behavior of contaminants in aquatic environments (groundwater, surface water, snow/ice, precipitation, and marine water) and engineered systems Water/wastewater treatment and innovative technologies, including biological, physical, chemical, and natural processes Sustainable water supply, reuse, and integrated water resource management Industrial water systems and process water treatment Marine, estuarine and freshwater biogeochemistry and ecology Direct and indirect impacts of climate change on water sustainability Remediation and restoration of natural aquatic systems Innovative technologies for water quality monitoring and spatial vulnerability assessments Modelling groundwater, surface water and marine flow and contaminant fate and transport Spatial data on global and local water supply and water quality monitoring data trends. Water quality impacts on human and environmental health, including pathogen, chemical, and physical stressors Risk assessment and regulatory frameworks Life-cycle assessments and economic impact calculations, and social science implications
The scope of ACS Earth and Space Chemistry includes the application of analytical, experimental and theoretical chemistry to investigate research questions relevant to the Earth and Space. The journal encompasses the highly interdisciplinary nature of research in this area, while emphasizing chemistry and chemical research tools as the unifying theme. The journal publishes broadly in the domains of high- and low-temperature geochemistry, atmospheric chemistry, marine chemistry, planetary chemistry, astrochemistry, and analytical geochemistry. ACS Earth and Space Chemistry publishes Articles, Letters, Reviews, and Features to provide flexible formats to readily communicate all aspects of research in these fields.
ACS Energy Letters publishes papers that report new scientific advances in all aspects of energy research that are of interest to scientists working in the fundamental, and applied sciences. A central criterion to acceptance is that the paper reports sufficiently urgent results such that rapid publication is essential. ACS Energy Letters is published monthly.
The journal maintains one of the most rapid publication times in the field (average 4-6 weeks from submission to web publication in As Soon As Publishable format). ACS Energy Letters is currently ranked the #1 journal in the Web of Science Electrochemistry category, and ranks within the top 10 journals for Physical Chemistry, Energy & Fuels, and Nanoscience & Nanotechnology.
ACS Food Science & Technology is an international forum for cutting-edge original research in all areas of food science, technology, engineering, and nutrition. This interdisciplinary journal is focused on reports of new research related to characterization, development, processing, and safety of foods. The Journal encourages submissions across all areas of fundamental and applied research in food sciences, with a special emphasis on topics including, but not limited to, areas of: Food security: Food science and microbiology; food toxicology and chemical food safety; nutrition; novel foods. Food preservation: Food quality and authenticity/origin; food engineering; food processing and packaging; nanotechnology and materials science in food. Health-promoting food ingredients: functional foods; bioavailability and microbiome. With its focus on science and technology, ACS Food Science & Technology complements Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. Together with ACS Agricultural Science & Technology, this suite of journals offers an authoritative portfolio encompassing all areas of food and agricultural research, serving as the premier source for researchers across all sectors. ACS Food Science & Technology provides full-length research Articles, Letters, Reviews, and Viewpoints of broad interest to the global food research community. Letters serve as brief communications of exceptional timeliness.
ACS Infectious Diseases is the first journal to highlight chemistry and its role in the multidisciplinary and collaborative field of infectious disease research. The scope of the journal encompasses all aspects of chemistry relating to infectious diseases research including research on pathogens, host-pathogen interactions, therapeutics, diagnostics, vaccines, drug-delivery systems, and other biomedical technology development pertaining to infectious diseases.
With editors well-versed in both chemistry and the biology of infectious diseases, the journal aims to bridge the gap between these two disciplines. ACS Infectious Diseases welcomes submission of articles with a balance of chemistry and biology, and encourages discussions centered on specific pathogen- and disease-related issues.
ACS Macro Letters welcomes submissions in all areas of contemporary soft matter science in which macromolecules play a key role, including nanotechnology, self-assembly, supramolecular chemistry, biomaterials, energy generation and storage, and renewable/sustainable materials. Submissions to ACS Macro Letters should justify clearly the rapid disclosure of the key elements of the study. The scope of the journal will include high-impact research of broad interest in all areas of polymer science and engineering, including cross-disciplinary research that interfaces with polymer science.
ACS Materials Letters publishes high quality and urgent papers on the forefront of fundamental and applied research, at the interface between materials and other disciplines, such as chemistry, engineering and biology. Papers that showcase multidisciplinary and innovative materials research addressing global challenges are especially welcome. Submissions to ACS Materials Letters should clearly justify the need for rapid disclosure of key results. Areas of interest include, but are not limited to:
ACS Materials Letters is dedicated to publishing the most transformative materials research with very fast processing times. Journal editors and staff routinely attend major scientific conferences and closely engage with readers and authors. The journal will maintain an active presence on social media to offer our authors great visibility.
With the launch of ACS Materials Letters, Chemistry of Materials and ACS Materials & Interfaces will focus exclusively upon publishing full articles, and will cease publishing Communications/Letters.
ACS Medicinal Chemistry Letters publishes brief communications on experimental or theoretical results of exceptional timeliness in all aspects of medicinal chemistry (pure and applied) and its extension into pharmacology.The journal publishes studies that range from compound design to optimization, biological evaluation, drug delivery, and pharmacology. Specific areas include, but are not limited to: * Identification, synthesis, and optimization of lead biologically active compounds and drugs * Biological characterization of new chemical entities in the context of drug discovery * Computational, cheminformatics, and structural studies for the identification or SAR analysis of bioactive molecules, ligands and their targets, etc. * Novel and improved methodologies, including radiation biochemistry, with broad application to medicinal chemistry * Discovery technologies for biologically active compounds from both synthetic and natural (plant and other) sources * Pharmacokinetic/pharmacodynamic studies that address mechanisms underlying drug disposition and response * Pharmacogenetic and pharmacogenomic studies used to enhance drug design and the translation of medicinal chemistry into the clinic * Mechanistic drug metabolism and regulation of metabolic enzyme gene expression.
Published monthly, ACS Nano is an international forum for the communication of comprehensive articles on nanoscience and nanotechnology research at the interfaces of chemistry, biology, materials science, physics, and engineering. Moreover, the journal helps facilitate communication among scientists from these research communities in developing new research opportunities, advancing the field through new discoveries, and reaching out to scientists at all levels.ACS Nano publishes comprehensive articles on synthesis, assembly, characterization, theory, and simulation of nanostructures (nanomaterials and assemblies, nanodevices, and self-assembled structures), nanobiotechnology, nanofabrication, methods and tools for nanoscience and nanotechnology, and self- and directed-assembly.In addition to comprehensive, original research articles, ACS Nano offers thorough reviews, perspectives on cutting-edge research, conversations with nanoscience and nanotechnology thought leaders, and discussions of topics that provide distinctive views about the future of nanoscience and nanotechnology.
ACS Pharmacology & Translational Science publishes high quality, innovative, and impactful research across the broad spectrum of biological sciences, covering basic and molecular sciences through to translational preclinical studies. Clinical studies that address novel mechanisms of action, and methodological papers that provide innovation, and advance translation, will also be considered. We give priority to studies that fully integrate basic pharmacological and/or biochemical findings into physiological processes that have translational potential in a broad range of biomedical disciplines. Therefore, studies that employ a complementary blend of in vitro and in vivo systems are of particular interest to the journal. Nonetheless, all innovative and impactful research that has an articulated translational relevance will be considered.
Published as soon as accepted and summarized in monthly issues, ACS Photonics publishes Research Articles, Letters, Perspectives, and Reviews, to encompass the full scope of published research in this field. Among the areas the journal covers are: Molecular and nano-photonics Solid state inorganic materials for optoelectronics Polymer and organic optoelectronic materials Plasmonics and optical metamaterials Photonic crystals Mesoscale photonics and optoelectronics Nonlinear optics and materials Quantum optics and single-photon processes Flexible electronics and displays Silicon photonics Optical switching, memory, and data storage Lasers, quantum electronics, and optical amplifiers LEDs and solid-state lighting Photonics for energy materials Biophotonics Micro- and nano-optoelectromechanical systems Modeling and simulation of photonic processes
ACS Sensors is a peer-reviewed research journal that is devoted to the dissemination of new and original knowledge on all aspects of sensor science that selectively sense chemical or biological species or processes. Articles may address conceptual advances in sensing that are applicable to many types of analytes or application papers which report on the use of an existing sensing concept in a new way or for a new analyte. Application papers should demonstrate the use of the sensor in complex samples, show it is fit-for-purpose, and exhibit a correlation of the sensor’s performance with an existing analytical method. Papers may focus on sensor development for commercialization or developing sensors that are used to provide new scientific knowledge. Articles may be entirely theoretical with regard to sensing, or they may report experimental results.
With the first articles available online in Fall 2012, ACS Publications introduces ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering. This electronic-only journal will focus on advancing research that aims to minimize environmental harm and achieve sustainable processes.
the new rapid publication forum for research in synthetic biology & systems bioscience.
Having completed its 40th volume of published research in 2007, Accounts of Chemical Research presents short, concise and critical articles offering easy-to-read overviews of basic research and applications in all areas of chemistry and biochemistry. In addition, since 1998 Accounts of Chemical Research has also published Special Issues devoted to a single issue of unusual activity and significance. Visit the Accounts Special Issues page for listings, descriptions, and TOC’s of all special issues.Beginning in 2008, Accounts of Chemical Research has replaced their traditional article abstract with an article "Conspectus." These new entries synopsize the research affording the reader a closer look at the content and significance of an article. Through this provision of a more detailed description of the article contents, the Conspectus enhances the article’s discoverability by search engines and the exposure for the research. .
Accounts of Materials Research publishes concise personal reviews and perspectives describing recent research developments in all aspects of materials science and engineering. An Account uses results previously published by the authors to teach readers new insights and thinking in an area of materials research. Each Account is directed not only to specialists in the field, but also to a broad range of scientists who wish to keep abreast of the best current research in fields other than their own. Readability by the non-expert is therefore essential. In addition, Accounts of Materials Research publishes front matter pieces addressing the broader societal impacts of materials research and development. Most manuscripts are submitted after invitation by the Editor-in-Chief, but unsolicited proposals, which may result in an invitation to submit a manuscript, are also considered.
Included in the ACS Core Chemistry, ACS School, and ACS All Publications Package Plans!The Most Cited Journal in Analytical Chemistry*Analytical Chemistry is a peer-reviewed research journal that is devoted to the dissemination of new and original knowledge in all branches of analytical chemistry. Fundamental Articles, Letters to Analytical Chemistry, and Technical Notes may address the general principles of chemical measurement science and need not directly address existing or potential analytical methodology. Manuscripts may be entirely theoretical with regard to analysis, or they may report experimental results that bear on theory. They may contribute to any phase of analytical measurements and concepts thereof, including but not limited to: sampling, bioanalysis, electrochemistry, mass spectrometry, microscale and nanoscale systems and structures, environmental analysis, separations, spectroscopy, chemical reactions and selectivity, instrumentation, imaging, surface analysis, and data processing. Manuscripts dealing with known analytical methods should offer a significant, original application of the method, a noteworthy improvement, or results on an important analyte.
The purpose of Biochemistry is to publish the results of original research that contribute significantly to the understanding of the mechanism of biological phenomena in terms of molecular structure and/or function. Submission of manuscripts in emerging areas in biophysics, cellular and molecular biology, chemical biology, proteomics, model studies and structures, computational chemistry, and new methods development is also encouraged if they address basic biochemical mechanisms. Manuscripts that are primarily theoretical in nature or in the field of bioinformatics must be directed toward explaining important results previously not understood, making important predictions that can be experimentally tested, or developing significant advances in theory of molecular structure and function.
Bioconjugate Chemistry invites original contributions on all aspects of the joining of different molecular functions by chemical or biological means. This includes, among other topics, the conjugation of antibodies, nucleic acids, lipids, carbohydrates, or other biologically active molecules and their analogs with any molecular groups that add useful properties (drugs, radionuclides, toxins, fluorophores, photoprobes, inhibitors, enzymes, haptens, ligands, etc.).Topics of current interest include molecules that influence cellular uptake and trafficking and also those attached to particles or surfaces.Bioconjugate Chemistry is intended to provide a forum for presentation of research relevant to all aspects of conjugation chemistry and biochemistry, including the preparation, characterization, and properties (both chemical and biological) of molecular conjugates. The journal emphasizes rigorous chemical standards and encourages application of modern techniques of chemical analysis to problems in conjugation chemistry.
Biomacromolecules focuses on interdisciplinary investigations exploring the interactions of macromolecules with biological systems and their environments as well as biological approaches to the design of polymeric materials.The journal covers sustainable chemistry, monomers and polymers based on natural and renewable resources, metabolism of polymers and polymer degradation products, polymer conjugates, in vivo and in vitro biocatalysis, biomacromolecular assembly, biomimetics, biomineralization, bioprocessing, and biorecycling.Applications include, but are not limited to packaging and consumer products, coatings and adhesives, biomedical polymers, bioinspired polymers, bioresorbable polymers, polymeric drugs, biocompatible surfaces, multifunctional surfaces, tissue engineering, active surfaces, and polymers for electronics, photonics, and engineering applications.Biomacromolecules achieved an impressive 5.325 Impact Factor and received 18,664 total cites—an increase of 22% over 2009.*Based on the 2010 Journal Citation Reports® by Thomson Reuters.
Chemical Research in Toxicology publishes Articles, Reviews, Perspectives, Communications and Chemical Profiles. Features entitled Forum and Letters to the Editor are also published periodically. The Journal is intended to provide a venue for presentation of research relevant to all aspects of the chemical basis of toxic responses. It emphasizes rigorous chemical standards and encourages application of modern techniques of chemical analysis to mechanisms of toxicity. It publishes papers devoted to: * Studies on the molecular mechanisms by which toxic agents (chemical and biological) interact with living systems. "Toxic agent" is broadly defined as any molecule or aggregate of molecules that causes cellular damage. "Interactions" are broadly defined to include metabolism, chemical alteration of cellular constituents, adduct formation with cellular constituents, and specific or nonspecific interactions with cellular receptors or enzymes, leading to activation or inactivation. * Studies of the molecular mechanisms of the cellular responses to toxic agents. These may include, but are not necessarily limited to, alterations in global cellular constituents (DNA, proteins, lipids, carbohydrates), repair of damaged cellular constituents, alterations in gene transcription/translation, induction of genetic mutations, activation/ inactivation of stress responses, cell cycle arrest, apoptosis, or necrosis. * Studies of the mechanisms by which the cellular responses to toxic agents affect the intact organism, leading to the pathogenesis of disease. * Studies of the development and application of new methodologies for the investigation of the interaction of toxic agents with living systems.Authors are encouraged to consult recent issues for examples of the scope of work published in the Journal. In the case of uncertainty regarding the suitability of a manuscript, authors may send an abstract to the Editor by e-mail (email@example.com) to request an opinion prior to submission.
Chemical Reviews is one of the most highly regarded and highest-ranked journals covering the general topic of chemistry.The mission of Chemical Reviews is to provide comprehensive, authoritative, critical, and readable reviews of important recent research in organic, inorganic, physical, analytical, theoretical, and biological chemistry.In addition to the general reviews, the journal has published since 1985 periodic thematic issues focusing on a single theme or direction of emerging research.
Chemistry of Materials is devoted to the publication of original contributions on forefront, fundamental research at the interface of chemistry, chemical engineering, and materials science. Both theoretical and experimental studies which focus on the preparation or understanding of materials with unusual or useful properties are relevant.Among the research areas of interest are solid-state chemistry, both inorganic and organic, and polymer chemistry, especially as directed to the development of materials with novel and/or useful optical, electrical, magnetic, catalytic, and mechanical properties, among others. Also of interest are fundamental issues relating to the fabrication and processing of electronic, magnetic, or optical materials and devices, including the generation of thin films by chemical vapor and solution deposition.Other appropriate topics include the design, synthesis, investigation, and application of polymeric and molecular precursors to solid-state inorganic materials (including sol-gel chemistry and polymer pyrolysis) and the preparation and study of biomaterials, nanomaterials, composites, catalysts, liquid crystals, coatings, thin films and interfaces, and self-organized molecular assemblies.
The aim of Crystal Growth & Design is to stimulate crossfertilization of knowledge among scientists and engineers working in the fields of crystal growth, crystal engineering, and the industrial application of crystalline materials.Crystal Growth & Design publishes theoretical and experimental studies of the physical, chemical, and biological phenomena and processes related to the design, growth, and application of crystalline materials. Synergistic approaches originating from different disciplines and technologies and integrating the fields of crystal growth, crystal engineering, intermolecular interactions, and industrial application are encouraged.Contributions emphasizing the fundamental concepts of crystal growth and supporting further understanding of the relationship between crystal growth conditions and resulting properties of the crystal (e.g., crystal shape, conduction, solubility) are highlighted.The journal primarily covers the following: * Crystal engineering (e.g., organic, inorganic, and hybrid solids) * Crystal growth of inorganic, organic, and biological substances (e.g., biomineralization) * Polymorphism, polytypism * Development of new nanostructured phases * Intermolecular interactions in the solid state (e.g., hydrogen bonding, lattice energies) * Modeling of crystal growth processes * Prediction of crystal structure and crystal habit * Determination and calculation of electronic distribution in the solid state * Nucleation theory * Molecular kinetics and transport phenomena in crystal growth * Phase transitions * Solvation and crystallization phenomena, modeling of crystallization processes * Purification techniques, industrial crystallization.
Energy & Fuels publishes reports of research in all areas of the chemistry of nonnuclear energy sources, including that involved in the formation of, exploration for, and production of fossil fuels; the properties and structure or molecular composition of both raw fuels and refined products; the chemistry involved in the processing and utilization of fuels; fuel cells and their applications; and the analytical and instrumental techniques used in investigations of the foregoing areas.Research on substances other than fuels whose goal is to elucidate some aspect of fuel chemistry is welcome, as are papers dealing with photochemical fuel and energy production. Papers dealing with nuclear energy or solely with process economics will not be published. Both fundamental and applied research are welcome.
Environmental Science & Technology (ES&T) is an authoritative source of information for professionals in a wide range of environmental disciplines. The journal combines magazine and research sections and is published both in print and online.News and features sectionThe news and features section of ES&T presents objective reports and analyses of the major advances, trends, and challenges in environmental science, technology, and policy for a diverse professional audience. It aims to promote interdisciplinary understanding in the environmental field. Although we welcome technical content in these articles, it is not a proper forum to present new data. Instead, the discussion should be based on data found in the peer-reviewed literature.ES&T seeks to publish papers that are particularly significant and original. The types of papers published in the research section of ES&T are research article, policy analysis, critical review, correspondence (comment/rebuttal), and correction/addition (errata). Manuscripts are initially reviewed by the editor and, if appropriate, by other scientists who assess the significance, originality, and validity of the work, as well as its appropriateness for publication. The Editor-in-Chief and Associate Editors, listed in the masthead, are responsible for all material published in ES&T.
Published as soon as accepted and summarized in monthly issues, Environmental Science & Technology Letters is an international forum for brief communications on experimental or theoretical results of exceptional timeliness in all aspects of environmental science (pure and applied), and short reviews on emerging environmental science & technology topics. Manuscripts describing cross-disciplinary research or addressing emerging issues are of particular interest. Among the areas the journal covers are: Anthropogenic Impacts on the Atmosphere Biogeochemical Cycling Contaminants in Aquatic and Terrestrial Environments Data Science Ecotoxicology and Public Health Energy and Climate Sustainable Systems Treatment and Resource Recovery
Industrial & Engineering Chemistry, with variations in title and format, has been published since 1909 by the American Chemical Society. Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research is a bi-monthly publication that reports industrial and academic research in the broad fields of applied chemistry and chemical engineering with special focus on fundamentals, processes, and products.Papers may be based on work that is experimental or theoretical, mathematical or descriptive, chemical or physical. In addition to fundamental research (in such areas as thermodynamics, transport phenomena, chemical reaction kinetics and engineering, catalysis, separations, interfacial phenomena, and materials), papers may deal with process design and development (for example, synthesis and design methods, systems analysis, process control, schemes for data correlation, modeling and scale-up procedures, etc.) and product research and development involving chemical and engineering aspects (for example, catalysts, plastics, elastomers, fibers, adhesives, coatings, paper, membranes, lubricants, ceramics, aerosols, etc.).In addition to traditional subjects, papers dealing with new areas of science and technology that fit the broad scope and objectives of the journal are encouraged.
Inorganic Chemistry publishes fundamental studies in all phases of inorganic chemistry. Coverage includes experimental and theoretical reports on quantitative studies of structure and thermodynamics, kinetics, mechanisms of inorganic reactions, bioinorganic chemistry, and relevant aspects of organometallic chemistry, solid-state phenomena, and chemical bonding theory. Emphasis is placed on the synthesis, structure, thermodynamics, reactivity, spectroscopy, and bonding properties of significant new and known compounds. Inorganic Chemistry offers both full-length articles and communications of immediate interest, as well as invited award addresses, and has earned respect throughout the world for attracting and publishing outstanding research. Inorganic Chemistry publishes up to three Forum issues annually, consisting of a set of thematically linked papers from leading scientists on a multidisciplinary topic of growing interest.
The Journal publishes research results dealing with the chemistry and biochemistry of agriculture and food with a focus on original research representing complete studies, rather than incremental studies. Topics covered include chemical/biochemical composition and the effects of processing on the composition and safety of foods, feeds, and other products from agriculture, including wood and other bio-based materials, byproducts, and wastes. It covers the chemistry of pesticides, veterinary drugs, plant growth regulators, fertilizers, and other agro-chemicals, together with their metabolism, toxicology, and environmental fate. In addition, JAFC reports on the chemical processes involved in nutrition, phytonutrients, flavors, and aromas.James N. Seiber, Editor of the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, and formerly Director of the USDA Western Regional Research Center, is current chair of the Department of Food Science and Technology at the University of California, Davis. He continues as the Editor of JAFC, and the JAFC editorial office remains in the Environmental Toxicology Department at the University of California, Davis, where Dr. Seiber is an emeritus Faculty member.
The Journal of Chemical & Engineering Data is a monthly journal devoted to the publication of experimental data and the evaluation and prediction of property values. It is the only American Chemical Society journal primarily concerned with articles containing experimental data on the physical, thermodynamic, and transport properties of welldefined materials including complex mixtures of known compositions and systems of environmental and biochemical interest.The scope of the Journal now includes thermophysical properties obtained from quantum chemistry, molecular simulation, and molecular mechanics calculations. Acceptable Manuscripts are: Articles, Short Articles, Correlations, and Reviews. These should cover, concisely, substantial work with thoroughness, clarity, and completeness.In addition, Comments, Book Reviews, and Additions and Corrections are published. The decision to both publish a manuscript and the type it will appear as rests solely with the Editor.
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The Journal of Chemical Information and Modeling publishes papers reporting new methodology and/or important applications in the fields of chemical informatics and molecular modeling. Specific topics include the representation and computer-based searching of chemical databases, molecular modeling, computer-aided molecular design of new materials, catalysts, or ligands, development of new computational methods or efficient algorithms for chemical software, and biopharmaceutical chemistry including analyses of biological activity and other issues related to drug discovery.Astute chemists, computer scientists, and information specialists look to this monthly’s insightful research studies, programming innovations, and software and book reviews to keep current with advances in this integral, multidisciplinary field.As a subscriber you’ll stay abreast of database search systems, use of graph theory in chemical problems, substructure search systems, pattern recognition and clustering, analysis of chemical and physical data, molecular modeling, graphics and natural language interfaces, bibliometric and citation analysis, and synthesis design and reactions databases.In the Computer Science, Information Systems category, JCIM ranks #2 in citations with 9,556 total cites in 2010. In addition, in the Computer Science, Interdisciplinary Applications category, the journal ranks #2 in impact with an Impact Factor of 3.822*.
The Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation publishes papers reporting new theories, methodology, and/or important applications in quantum electronic structure, molecular dynamics, and statistical mechanics. Specific topics include advances in or applications of ab initio quantum mechanics, density functional theory, design and properties of new materials, surface science, Monte Carlo simulations, solvation models, QM/MM calculations, biomolecular structure prediction, and molecular dynamics in the broadest sense including gas phase dynamics, ab initio dynamics, biomolecular dynamics, and protein folding.JCTC received an Impact Factor of 5.138, up 6.4% from last year. Total citations in 2010 were 5,629, a substantial 44.4% increase over last year, based on recently released Journal Citation Report data from Thomson Reuters.
The Journal of Medicinal Chemistry publishes studies that contribute to an understanding of the relationship between molecular structure and biological activity or mode of action. * Design, synthesis, and biological evaluation of novel biologically active compounds, diagnostic agents, or labeled ligands employed as pharmacological tools. * Molecular modifications of reported series that lead to a significantly improved understanding of their structure-activity relationships (SAR). Routine extensions of existing series that do not utilize novel chemical or biological approaches or do not add significantly to a basic understanding of the SAR of the series will normally not be accepted for publication. * Structural biological studies (X-ray, NMR, etc.) of relevant ligands and targets with the aim of investigating molecular recognition processes in the action of biologically active compounds. * Molecular biological studies (e.g., site-directed mutagenesis) of macromolecular targets that lead to an improved understanding of molecular recognition. * Computational studies that provide fresh insight into the SAR of compound series that are of current general interest or analysis of other available data that subsequently advance medicinal chemistry knowledge. * Substantially novel computational chemistry methods with demonstrated value for the identification, optimization, or target interaction analysis of bioactive molecules. * Effect of molecular structure on the distribution, pharmacokinetics, and metabolic transformation of biologically active compounds. This may include design, synthesis, and evaluation of novel types of prodrugs. * Novel methodology with broad application to medicinal chemistry, but only if the methods have been tested on relevant molecules.
The Journal of Natural Products invites and publishes papers that make substantial and scholarly contributions to the area of natural products research. Contributions may relate to the chemistry and/or biochemistry of naturally occurring compounds or the biology of living systems from which they are obtained.Specifically, there may be articles that describe secondary metabolites of microorganisms, including antibiotics and mycotoxins; physiologically active compounds from terrestrial and marine plants and animals; biochemical studies, including biosynthesis and microbiological transformations; fermentation and plant tissue culture; the isolation, structure elucidation, and chemical synthesis of novel compounds from nature; and the pharmacology of compounds of natural origin.When new compounds are reported, manuscripts describing their biological activity are much preferred.With a high Impact Factor of 2.872 and 16,840 total citations as reported in the 2010 Journal Citation Reports® (Thomson Reuters, 2011), Journal of Natural Products ranks highly in three separate categories: Medicinal Chemistry, Plant Sciences, and Pharmacology & Pharmacy.Manuscript CategoriesJournal of Natural Products publishes Full Papers, Communications, Reviews, Notes and Book Reviews.
The Journal of Proteome Research (JPR) publishes content encompassing all aspects of global protein analysis and function, emphasizing the synergy between physical and life sciences resulting in a multidisciplinary approach to the understanding of biological processes.JPR publishes original peer-reviewed research Articles, Letters, Reviews, Perspectives, Communications and Technical Notes. In addition, the journal provides Research Profiles about papers published in the journal; Meeting News from proteomics meetings; Government and Society News for the proteomics community; Proteomics Projects, updated progress on large proteomics endeavors; a Calendar of upcoming proteomics conferences and meetings; and Online News about current research published outside of the journal, bioinformatics tools, and other data resources.Indexed by Thomson Reuters in Biochemical Research Methods, the Journal of Proteome Research recorded an Impact Factor of 5.460 and 13,859 citations as reported in the 2010 Journal Citations Reports® (Thomson Reuters, 2011).
The Journal of the American Chemical Society, founded in 1879, is the flagship journal of the American Chemical Society and the preeminent journal in the field. This periodical is devoted to the publication of fundamental research papers in all areas of chemistry and publishes approximately 16,000 pages of Articles, Communications, Book Reviews, and Computer Software Reviews a year. Published weekly, JACS provides research essential to the field of chemistry.The most cited journal in chemistry, the Journal of the American Chemical Society (JACS) received 369,164 total citations and an increase in Impact Factor to 9.019, while publishing more articles (3,139) than any other journal in the category as reported in the 2010 Journal Citation Reports® by Thomson Reuters.
The Journal of the American Society for Mass Spectrometry presents research papers covering all aspects of mass spectrometry, incorporating coverage of fields of scientific inquiry in which mass spectrometry can play a role.Comprehensive in scope, the journal publishes papers on both fundamentals and applications of mass spectrometry. Fundamental subjects include instrumentation principles, design, and demonstration, structures and chemical properties of gas-phase ions, studies of thermodynamic properties, ion spectroscopy, chemical kinetics, mechanisms of ionization, theories of ion fragmentation, cluster ions, and potential energy surfaces. In addition to full papers, the journal offers Communications, Application Notes, and Accounts and Perspectives. All papers should describe new mass spectrometry science.Â Reports of applications that utilize standard mass spectrometry approaches should be sent to application journals.2011 Impact Factor: 4.0022011 Impact Factor: 4.002
Langmuir is an interdisciplinary journal publishing articles in the following subject categories: * Colloids: surfactants and self-assembly, dispersions, emulsions, foams * Interfaces: adsorption, reactions, films, forces * Biological Interfaces: biocolloids, biomolecular and biomimetic materials * Materials: nano- and mesostructured materials, polymers, gels, liquid crystals * Electrochemistry: interfacial charge transfer, charge transport, electrocatalysis, electrokinetic phenomena, bioelectrochemistry * Devices and Applications: sensors, fluidics, patterning, catalysis, photonic crystalsHowever, when high-impact, original work is submitted that does not fit within the above categories, decisions to accept or decline such papers will be based on one criteria: What Would Irving Do?Langmuir ranks #2 in citations out of 121 journals in the category of Physical Chemistry with 94,500 total citations. The journal received an Impact Factor of 4.268, and published 2,000+ articles in 2010*.This journal is also indexed in the categories of Materials Science (ranked #1) and Multidisciplinary Chemistry (ranked #3).*According to the 2010 Journal Citation Report by Thomson Reuters®.
Macromolecules publishes original research on all fundamental aspects of macromolecular science including synthesis, polymerization mechanisms and kinetics, chemical modification, solution/melt/solid-state characteristics, and surface properties of organic, inorganic, and naturally occurring polymers. The papers showcase innovative concepts, experimental methods/observations, and theoretical approaches. That research is presented in comprehensive reports, brief communications to the editor, and technical notes.Macromolecules is #1 in total citations in Polymer Science, with 90,301 total cites — more than twice the number of citations as the next ranked journal. Macromolecules has an Impact Factor of 4.837.*.
Molecular Pharmaceutics publishes the results of original research that contributes significantly to the molecular mechanistic understanding of drug delivery and drug delivery systems. The journal encourages contributions describing research at the interface of drug discovery and drug developmentScientific areas within the scope of the journal include physical and pharmaceutical chemistry, biochemistry and biophysics, molecular and cellular biology, and polymer and materials science ad they relate to drug and drug delivery system efficacy. Theoretical and experimental peer-reviewed communications, full-length research papers, brief articles, and critical reviews are welcomed.
Nano Letters reports on fundamental research in all branches of the theory and practice of nanoscience and nanotechnology, providing rapid disclosure of the key elements of a study, publishing preliminary, experimental, and theoretical results on the physical, chemical, and biological phenomena, along with processes and applications of structures within the nanoscale range. Among the areas of interest the journal covers are: * Synthesis and processing of organic, inorganic, and hybrid nanosized materials by physical, chemical, and biological methods * Modeling and simulation of synthetic, assembly, and interaction processes * Characterization of size-dependent properties * Realization and application of novel nanostructures and nanodevicesThe Nano Letters manuscript submission process is fully electronic, to ensure the rapid publication of results. Manuscripts should be submitted via our secure Web site. Manuscripts submitted by hardcopy mail or by e-mail will not be processed. Introduction Nano Letters invites original reports of fundamental research in all branches of the theory and practice of nanoscience and nanotechnology.Out of 63 journals in Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, Nano Letters is #2 in Impact Factor: 12.186*; #2 in citations, with 60,956 total cites.
2011 marks the 13th year of publication for Organic Letters, the highest impact communications journal in the field of Organic Chemistry. Publishing brief reports on cutting-edge research, creative approaches, and innovative ideas in a broad range of organic chemistry research to be quickly shared with other scientists, the journal quickly established itself as a leader in the field through the vision of founding Editor-in-Chief, Amos B. Smith III and his Associate Editors.Organic Letters serves as the international forum for the communication of important research in all branches of the theory and practice of: * Organic chemistry (including organometallic and materials chemistry) * Physical and theoretical organic chemistry * Natural products isolation and synthesis * New synthetic methodology * Bioorganic and medicinal chemistryAmong the 56 journals listed in the Organic Chemistry category in the most recent Thomson Reuters Journal Citation Report®, Organic Letters ranks in the top 5 journals overall in Impact Factor (#4), Total Citations (#3), Immediacy Index (#2), and Articles (#4), a testament to the authors and reviewers that have contributed to the journal."Certainly all of us at Organic Letters and the ACS Publications Division are extremely proud of these accomplishments, but clearly the true credit goes to the Chemical Community for strongly embracing the goals we set forth in 1999 for Organic Letters. As stated then, and is ever more true today: This is indeed exactly where you want to be!" .
The Journal reports original work in the broad field of process chemistry encompassing aspects of organic chemistry, catalysis, analytical chemistry, and chemical engineering, with special focus on the development and optimisation of chemical reactions and processes and their transfer to a larger scale, via large laboratory and pilot plant operations, for manufacture.The Journal aims to cover R & D in the fine organic chemicals and speciality chemicals industries, including pharmaceuticals, agrochemicals, dyestuff and photographic chemicals, flavours and fragrances, electronics, intermediates, food additives, and speciality polymers, and academic chemistry related to work in these industries. Some R & D in commodity chemicals, petrochemicals, and polymers may also be appropriate.The Journal will concentrate on the batch/semibatch chemical process industries but welcomes reports on R & D aimed at continuous processes.Papers may deal with the following areas.: 1. Organic Process Research: Authors are encouraged to discuss synthetic route strategy and design, giving reasons and rationale (particularly issues relating to Scale Up and manufacture) for choice of reagents, solvents, conditions, etc., and highlighting unexpected differences observed as processes are scaled up. 2. Organic Process Development: Authors may discuss the development and optimisation of research laboratory methods to make them more suitable for Scale Up and manufacture. Aspects which may be important include yield improvement, cost reduction, improvement in space-time yield, quality issues, structure and control of impurities, changes in yield/quality with reaction conditions, choice of solvent, workup and product isolation, safety, and environmental considerations. Authors may wish to include details of statistical methods of optimisation used (e.g., experimental or factorial designs, simplex methods, response surfaces). Other suggested topics include conversion of stoichiometric processes to catalytic methods and comparisons of methodologies for achieving a synthetic transformation, based on Scale Up considerations (including safety and environmental concerns). 3. Scale Up Issues: Included in this area are topics related to choice of equipment for Scale Up, chemical reaction engineering issues (heat transfer, kinetics, mass transfer, mixing and agitation, unit operations), process control and instrumentation, separations technology, and process modeling. 4. Safety Issues: This section will include papers discussing handling of toxic products and byproducts and thermal hazard testing of processes (including detailed studies on particular chemical reactions). Experiences of incidents and accidents, potential runaway reactions, and reactions where control is a problem (pressure buildup, excessive gas evolution, etc.) are particularly welcomed, especially where a detailed follow-up investigation has been carried out. The editors encourage scientists and engineers to publish this data to disseminate information as widely as possible, thus preventing further incidents and accidents elsewhere. 5. Environmental, Waste Minimisation, and "Benign" or "Green" Chemistry Related Topics: Authors are encouraged to report their solutions to potential environmental issues in the fine chemicals industry, both reduction-at-source strategies and "end-of-pipe" solutions. 6. Legislation, Regulatory, and Patent Issues: The Journal will try to highlight new legislation or changes which affect process R & D in the fine chemicals industry. However, authors are encouraged to report on their organisation’s approach to compliance with new or existing legislation on safety, environmental, and quality issues, GMP, validation of processes and equipment, etc., or on patent issues. 7. Miscellaneous: In addition to these topics, the Journal encourages papers dealing with other subjects which fall within the scope of the objectives of the Journal. Examples not listed earlier include the following: the translation of a batch or semibatch process to a continuous process, crystallisation and polymorphism of new products, enzymatic methods for production of fine chemicals, new technologies, multipurpose techniques, and pilot plant design.
Organometallics records progress in one of the most active fields for organometallic, inorganic, organic, and materials chemists. Articles, communications, mini-reviews, and notes detail the synthesis, structure, bonding, chemical reactivity and reaction mechanisms, and applications of organometallic and organometalloidal compounds. Applications coverage includes organic and polymer synthesis, catalytic processes, and synthetic aspects of materials science and solid-state chemistry. Organometallics also publishes correspondence, offering an opportunity for authors to comment on another author's work.
The Journal of Organic Chemistry (JOC) welcomes original contributions of fundamental research in all branches of the theory and practice of organic chemistry.Since mid-2011, JOC has been publishing Brief Communications—preliminary results of unusual novelty and urgency that justify immediate disclosure, and JOCSynopses—focused short reviews of current topics, in addition to Articles, Notes, and Perspectives.The Journal of Organic Chemistry now publishes JOC Featured Articles—full papers selected by Editor-in-Chief C. Dale Poulter and the JOC Associate Editors for special consideration as exceptional contributions to the journal as identified during the review process. Upon acceptance, the galley proofs of these selected manuscripts are prepared and sent to the author on an expedited schedule to facilitate more rapid online and print publication. In addition to being identified as Featured Articles on the index page of each issue, they are posted on a special JOC Featured Articles Web page.Authors may choose to have the accepted version of the manuscript file appear on the Web as a Just Accepted manuscript until the copyedited, proof-corrected version is published as an ASAP Article or in an issue. If this option is selected, the official publication date is the date the manuscript is posted on the ACS Publications Web site as Just Accepted.
The Journal of Physical Chemistry A (Dynamics, Kinetics, Environmental Chemistry, Spectroscopy, Structure, Theory) publishes studies on dynamics, clusters, and excited states; kinetics, and spectroscopy; atmospheric, environmental, and green chemistry; and molecular structure, quantum chemistry, and general theory.Out of 121 journals in the Physical Chemistry category, The Journal of Physical Chemistry A ranks #7 in total citations with 48,352 total cites. The Journal of Physical Chemistry also ranks #4 in citations out of 32 journals in the Atomic, Molecular and Chemical Physics category. The Journal received an ISI Impact Factor of 2.732.**Based on the 2010 Journal Citation Reports® by Thomson Reuters.
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B (Soft Condensed Matter and Biophysical Chemistry) publishes studies on macromolecules, and soft matter, surfactants, and membranes, statistical mechanics, thermodynamics, and medium effects, and biophysical chemistry.Out of 127 journals in the Physical Chemistry category, The Journal of Physical Chemistry B ranks #1 in total citations with 113,135 total cites. The Journal received an ISI Impact Factor of 3.603.*.
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C (Nanomaterials, Interfaces, and Hard Matter) publishes original experimental and basic research targeted to scientists in physical chemistry of nanoparticles, and nanostructures, surfaces, interfaces, and catalysis, electron transport, optical and electronic devices, and hard matter; and energy conversion and storage.The Journal of Physical Chemistry C increased in Impact Factor to 4.520. The journal received 42,390 total cites, a 69% increase over 2009.
The Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters will cover all topic areas currently included in Journal of Physical Chemistry A, B, and C.Journal of Physical Chemistry A: * Dynamics, Clusters, Excited states * Kinetics, Spectroscopy * Atmospheric, Environmental and Green Chemistry * Molecular Structure, Quantum Chemistry, General TheoryJournal of Physical Chemistry B: * Macromolecules, Soft Matter * Surfactants, Membranes * Statistical Mechanics, Thermodynamics, Medium Effects * Biophysical ChemistryJournal of Physical Chemistry C: * Nanoparticles and Nanostructures * Surfaces, Interfaces, Catalysis * Electron Transport, Optical and Electronic Devices, Hard Matter * Energy Conversion and Storage.