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Advances in Colloid and Interface Science

  • ISSN: 0001-8686
  • 5 Year impact factor: 14.8
  • Impact factor: 15.6
An International Journal Devoted to Experimental and Theoretical Developments in Interfacial and Colloidal Phenomena and their Implications in Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Technology Review articles on any subject within the realm of colloid and interface science will be deemed appropriate for this journal. The subject matter should be treated in depth as a critical review of the current state of the subject area, including an informed opinion of the author on the topic. The manuscript should compare and contrast the ideas in the reviewed literature; and deal with the limitation of the ideas discussed. As such the articles in this journal are normally authored by the recognized experts.Articles only reporting on original research will not be accepted for publication.Both traditional topics and those of emerging science and technology are welcome. In particular, topics in nanoscience and nanotechnology, and those relating to interfacial and colloid aspects of the biosciences are encouraged. Areas of both theoretical or fundamental interest as well as those concerning industrial applications, emerging instrumental techniques, etc. are appropriate.Online article submission now available via: https://www.editorialmanager.com/ADVCIS/default.aspx.Benefits to authors We also provide many author benefits, such as free PDFs, a liberal copyright policy, special discounts on Elsevier publications and much more. Please click here for more information on our author services.Please see our Guide for Authors for information on article submission. If you require any further information or help, please visit our Support Center
Advances in Colloid and Interface Science

Annales Pharmaceutiques Françaises

  • ISSN: 0003-4509
  • Impact factor: 1.3
Sous l'égide de l'Académie Nationale de Pharmacie Annales pharmaceutiques françaises proposes a scientific information validated and indexed to be informed about the last research works in all the domains interesting the pharmacy. The original works, general reviews, the focusing, the brief notes, subjected by the best academics and the professionals, propose a synthetic approach of the last progress accomplished in the concerned sectors. The thematic Sessions and the "life of the Academy" resume the communications which, presented in front of the national Academy of pharmacy, are in the heart of the current events. The analyses of the theses and the works, the comments of articles and the questions of current events offer an alive and interactive outline of the last news to keep posted real time about the evolution of the knowledge useful for the pharmacist. The content of the published articles is the sole responsibility of the authors and does not necessarily reflect the positions of the French National Academy of Pharmacy.
Annales Pharmaceutiques Françaises

Chemical Engineering Science

  • ISSN: 0009-2509
  • 5 Year impact factor: 4.4
  • Impact factor: 4.7
Our Vision Our vision is of a world improved through the positive impact of research published in Chemical Engineering Science. Chemical Engineering is a critical force for a better future enabling humanity to address many of the global challenges we face. Affordable clean energy, clean water, responsible production, sustainable communities, and good health and well-being, all require advanced chemical engineering knowledge and its application. Our Aims and Scope Our aim is to selectively publish outstanding research that has as its foundations the Science of Chemical Engineering. We welcome all top-shelf research in the continually evolving discipline of chemical engineering. The Engineering Science section continues its long leadership of publishing important developments in the fundamentals of the discipline since 1951. The Catalysis, Green and Sustainable, Environmental and Novel Materials sections publish novel, innovative, and high-impact applications of Chemical Engineering Science reported by chemical engineers and their allied peers.
Chemical Engineering Science

Combustion and Flame

  • ISSN: 0010-2180
  • 5 Year impact factor: 4.5
  • Impact factor: 4.4
The official journal of the Combustion Institute The mission of the journal is to publish high quality work from experimental, theoretical, and computational investigations on the fundamentals of combustion phenomena and closely allied matters. While submissions in all pertinent areas are welcomed, past and recent focus of the journal has been on: Sustainable combustion and decarbonization, including but not limited to: Reduced carbon fuels; E-fuels Zero carbon fuels; Biofuels; Energy storage; New concepts for clean, decarbonized energy generation using combustion. Development and validation of reaction kinetics, reduction of reaction mechanisms and modeling of combustion systems,including but not limited to: Conventional, alternative and surrogate fuels; Pollutants; Particulate and aerosol formation and abatement; Heterogeneous processes. Experimental, theoretical, and computational studies of laminar and/or turbulent combustion phenomena, including but not limited to: Premixed and non-premixed flames; Ignition and extinction; Laminar and turbulent flame propagation and structure; Intrinsic, hydrodynamic, and thermoacoustic instabilities Supersonic flows and detonations; Liquid droplets and solid particles; Flame spread; Multi-phase reactants. Advances in diagnostic and computational methods in combustion, including but not limited to: Measurement of scalar and vector properties; High-fidelity simulations (Direct Numerical Simulation, Large Eddy Simulation) Novel techniques; State-of-the art applications. Fundamental investigations of combustion technologies and systems, including but not limited to: Internal combustion engines (piston engines, gas turbines, etc.); Detonation-driven engines; Metal and propellant combustion Small- and large-scale stationary combustion and power generation; Catalytic combustion; Combustion synthesis; Combustion under extreme conditions.
Combustion and Flame

Desalination

  • ISSN: 0011-9164
  • 5 Year impact factor: 9.7
  • Impact factor: 9.9
The International Journal on the Science and Technology of Desalting and Water Purification Desalination is an inter-disciplinary journal publishing high quality papers on desalination materials, processes and related technologies. Desalination welcomes submissions detailing work that is clearly connected to water desalting including applications of desalination to seawater, groundwater and waste waters, such as thermal, membrane, sorption and hybrid processes. Design, technical, economic and regulatory analyses of full-scale plants. Energy consumption and energy recovery; Environmental issues related to desalination; Hybrid desalination processes; Membrane desalination processes; New membrane/material and the impact on desalination performance; Performance aspects, for example causes, consequences and countermeasures of fouling and scaling; Recovery of resources from brines; Related systems to desalination such as pre-treatment, post-treatment, integrated plants and brine disposal; Renewable energy applications in desalination; Thermal desalination processes; Transport and process modelling in desalination; Electrodialysis desalination process; Novel desalination technologies and processes. Recovery of resources from brines and issues related to brine mining; Resource recovery for a circular economy in water reuse and desalination; Hydrogen with water industries; Emerging contaminants using desalination membranes and technologies; *Authors are requested to complete a Review Proposal Form for Editorial approval prior to submission of the review article. Proposals can be submitted to Prof. Tao He ([email protected]) and Prof. Ho Kyong Shon ([email protected]).
Desalination

Fuel

  • ISSN: 0016-2361
  • 5 Year impact factor: 7
  • Impact factor: 7.4
The Science and Technology of Fuel and Energy Research into energy sources remains a key issue. Over the last 90 years, Fuel has been the leading source of primary research work in fuel science. The scope is broad and includes many topics of increasing interest such as environmental aspects and pollution. A wide variety of fuels are covered: Fuel cells Coke Hydrogen generation and use Oils and gases Synthetic fuels (including Dimethyl ether (DME), Methanol etc) Biofuels Advances in catalysis in sustainable fuels Natural gas Advances in materials for energy Petroleum Sustainable new fuels - road, aviation and marine Control of emissions from new fuels Waste-derived fuels (WDF) Refuse-derived fuels (RDF) Carbon with applications to fuel energy Carbon Capture, Utilisation and Storage - Science and Technologies Authors are also welcome to submit to Fuel 's gold open access companion title, Fuel Communications.
Fuel

International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer

  • ISSN: 0017-9310
  • 5 Year impact factor: 5.3
  • Impact factor: 5.2
International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer is a leading international journal in the field and serves as the vehicle for the exchange of basic ideas in heat and mass transfer between research workers and engineers throughout the world. It focuses on theoretical, computational and experimental research, with an emphasis on contributions which increase the basic understanding of transfer processes and their application to engineering problems. Topics include (but not limited to): • New methods of measuring and/or correlating transport-property data • Energy engineering • Environmental applications of heat and/or mass transfer Benefits to authors We also provide many author benefits, such as free PDFs, a liberal copyright policy, special discounts on Elsevier publications and much more. Please click here for more information on our author services. Please see our Guide for Authors for information on article submission. If you require any further information or help, please visit our Support Center
International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer

Journal of Aerosol Science

  • ISSN: 0021-8502
  • 5 Year impact factor: 3.7
  • Impact factor: 4.5
An International Journal Founded in 1970, the Journal of Aerosol Science is the first journal specifically devoted to publishing research on the behavior of suspensions of particles and droplets in a gas, i.e. aerosols. The editors and editorial advisory board consider it the prime vehicle for the publication of original work as well as reviews related to fundamental and applied aerosol research, including aerosol instrumentation. Its content is directed at scientists working in engineering disciplines, as well as physics, chemistry, and environmental sciences. Manuscripts can focus on topics of long-standing interest in aerosol science, as well as emerging areas of interest. Editorial decisions are made based on the perceived quality and thoroughness of the submission, fit within the scope categories noted below, and novelty of the work, but not based upon speculation of the work's short term impact (i.e. perceived number of citations). While the Journal of Aerosol Science does not have any length requirements for submissions, authors are strongly encouraged to make use of online supporting information to describe particularly detailed methods, and to present supplementary results and diagrams which aid readers in understanding the main narrative. The editors specifically welcome submissions of papers describing recent experimental, numerical, and theoretical research related to the following topics. In the cover letter accompanying each submission, authors should identify the single number-letter combination which best classifies their manuscript, and explain why it is a novel contribution in this topic area. 1. Fundamental Aerosol Science: a. Transport and Deposition b. Nucleation, Condensation, & Evaporation c. Radiative Absorption and Emission d. Collision Dynamics: Coagulation, Aggregation, & Charging e. Cluster Science; Atomistic Modeling and Measurements f. Aerosolization: Fluidized Beds, Atomization and Sprays g. Resuspension h. Dusty Plasmas & Non-Equilibrium Aerosols i. Population Balance Modeling 2. Applied Aerosol Science: a. Aerosol-based Synthesis & Manufacturing b. Control Technology & Filtration c. Lung Deposition & Aerosol Medicine d. Inhalation Toxicology e. Bioaerosols & Aerosol based Disease Transmission f. Nuclear Aerosols g. Industrial Emission h. Combustion (Soot) & High Temperature Aerosols i. Indoor Aerosols 3. Instrumentation & Measurement Methods a. Mobility Analysis b. Mass Spectrometry c. Light Scattering and Spectroscopic Techniques d. Novel Inertial Separation Schemes e. Condensation Particle Counter Developments f. Single Particle Trapping Methods g. Improved Data Inversion; Machine Learning h. Low Cost Sensors & Measurement Networks Beside originality, a very important criterion for acceptance of a submission is its ability to communicate conclusions of general relevance to a given field. There are topics which the journal specifically does not cover, due to adequate coverage in numerous other publications. The Journal of Aerosol Science is not intended to archive data such as environmental/ambient monitoring measurements, unless new methodologies are involved or broadly relevant new conclusions for aerosol behavior are reached. Work on source apportionment, as well as global & regional climate modeling is better suited to journals with focuses on atmospheric chemistry and air quality. Routine applications of existing instruments and measurement approaches are not considered suitable for the journal. Work on instrumentation must demonstrate a significant advancement or novel implementation of the instrument or method in question. Manuscripts focusing on numerical case studies with widely available computational fluid dynamics software and built-in particle trajectory models are not appropriate for the Journal of Aerosol Science, unless the uniqueness and novelty of the approach employed is clearly evident. Numerical or analytical solutions to aerosol growth models must demonstrate that they are a significant advance over existing approaches and must not contain overly-simplified assumptions rendering them incapable of predicting the behavior of real aerosols.
Journal of Aerosol Science

Journal of Catalysis

  • ISSN: 0021-9517
  • 5 Year impact factor: 7.7
  • Impact factor: 7.3
The Journal of Catalysis publishes original, rigorous, and scholarly contributions in the fields of heterogeneous and homogeneous catalysis including all forms of stimulations of chemical transformations (e.g., photon-, plasmon-, and electron-mediated catalysis). They are based on studies that relate catalytic function to fundamental chemical properties of surfaces and metal complexes. The contributions present novel concepts, the synthesis and kinetic investigations of inorganic solids and homogeneous complexes, spectroscopic methods for characterization of catalysts, studies of probes and reacting species interacting with the catalysts, as well as theoretical methods. The research should be of direct relevance to the science of catalytic processes and should deal with fundamental or application-driven catalysis. Published manuscripts will be of lasting value because of their significant contributions to our understanding and practice of catalysis.
Journal of Catalysis

The Journal of Chemical Thermodynamics

  • ISSN: 0021-9614
  • 5 Year impact factor: 2.5
  • Impact factor: 2.6
The Journal of Chemical Thermodynamics exists primarily for dissemination of significant new knowledge in experimental equilibrium thermodynamics and transport properties of chemical systems. The defining attributes of The Journal are the quality and relevance of the papers published. The Journal publishes work relating to gases, liquids, solids, polymers, mixtures, solutions and interfaces. Studies on systems with variability, such as biological or bio-based materials, gas hydrates, among others, will also be considered provided these are well characterized and reproducible where possible. Experimental methods should be described in sufficient detail to allow critical assessment of the accuracy claimed.Authors are encouraged to provide physical or chemical interpretations of the results. Articles can contain modelling sections providing representations of data or molecular insights into the properties or transformations studied. Theoretical papers on chemical thermodynamics using molecular theory or modelling are also considered.The Journal welcomes review articles in the field of chemical thermodynamics but prospective authors should first consult one of the Editors concerning the suitability of the proposed review.Contributions of a routine nature or reporting on uncharacterised materials are not accepted.We strongly encourage all authors to use Editorial Manager at the following URL when submitting papers to The Journal of Chemical Thermodynamics: https://www.editorialmanager.com/JCT/default.aspx.JCT Style guide Please consult the Guide for Authors for further details on the requirements for submitting your paper to The Journal of Chemical Thermodynamics. The guidelines described in this document, as well as those listed in the JCT Style Notes, should be carefully adhered to ensure high-quality and rapid publication of your manuscript.
The Journal of Chemical Thermodynamics