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Chemical Physics Letters

  • ISSN: 0009-2614
  • 5 Year impact factor: 2.3
  • Impact factor: 2.8
Frontier research in molecular sciences, materials and biological systems Chemical Physics Letters publishes brief reports on molecules, interfaces, condensed phases, nanomaterials and nanostructures, polymers, biomolecular systems, and energy conversion and storage.Criteria for publication are quality, urgency and impact. Further, experimental results reported in the journal have direct relevance for theory, and theoretical developments or non-routine computations relate directly to experiment. Manuscripts must satisfy these criteria and should not be minor extensions of previous work.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
Chemical Physics Letters

Chemico-Biological Interactions

  • ISSN: 0009-2797
  • 5 Year impact factor: 4.9
  • Impact factor: 5.1
A journal of molecular, cellular and biochemical toxicology Chemico-Biological Interactions publishes research reports and review articles that examine the molecular, cellular, and/or biochemical basis of toxicologically relevant outcomes. Special emphasis is placed on toxicological mechanisms associated with interactions between chemicals and biological systems. Outcomes may include all traditional endpoints caused by synthetic or naturally occurring chemicals, both in vivo and in vitro. Endpoints of interest include, but are not limited to carcinogenesis, mutagenesis, respiratory toxicology, neurotoxicology, reproductive and developmental toxicology, and immunotoxicology.CBI discourages papers that are descriptive in nature and that do not address toxicological mechanisms (e.g., reports of toxicological effects following chemical exposure in absence of mechanistic experiments). CBI also discourages papers reporting on toxicological effects from materials, such as plant extracts or herbal medicines, that have not been chemically characterized.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
Chemico-Biological Interactions

Geochemistry

  • ISSN: 0009-2819
  • 5 Year impact factor: 3.5
  • Impact factor: 3.7
Geochemistry (formerly known as Chemie der Erde or as International Journal for Chemical Topics of the Geosciences) is one of the oldest journals for geochemistry-related topics. Geochemistry publishes original research papers, short communications, reviews of selected topics, and high-class invited review articles addressed at broad geosciences audience. Publications dealing with interdisciplinary questions are particularly welcome. Young scientists are especially encouraged to submit their work. The journal offers entry into the world of international scientific communication and promotes interdisciplinary discussion on chemical problems in a broad spectrum of geosciences. The following topics are covered by the expertise of the members of the editorial board (see below): Cosmochemistry, meteoritics Igneous, metamorphic, and sedimentary petrology Volcanology Low & high temperature geochemistry Biogeochemistry Experimental - theoretical - field related studies Mineralogy - crystallography Environmental geosciences Archaeometry
Geochemistry

Chemistry and Physics of Lipids

  • ISSN: 0009-3084
  • 5 Year impact factor: 2.9
  • Impact factor: 3.4
Chemistry and Physics of Lipids publishes research papers and review articles on chemical and physical aspects of lipids with primary emphasis on the relationship of these properties to biological functions and to biomedical applications. Accordingly, the journal covers: advances in synthetic and analytical lipid methodology; mass-spectrometry of lipids; chemical and physical characterisation of isolated structures; thermodynamics, phase behaviour, topology and dynamics of lipid assemblies; physicochemical studies into lipid-lipid and lipid-protein interactions in lipoproteins and in natural and model membranes; movement of lipids within, across and between membranes; intracellular lipid transfer; structure-function relationships and the nature of lipid-derived second messengers; chemical, physical and functional alterations of lipids induced by free radicals; enzymatic and non-enzymatic mechanisms of lipid peroxidation in cells, tissues, biofluids; oxidative lipidomics; and the role of lipids in the regulation of membrane-dependent biological processes. Reviews, full articles and short communications will be considered for publication in each issue. Special Issues will consist of invited contributions organized and edited to cover specific themes.
Chemistry and Physics of Lipids

Clinica Chimica Acta

  • ISSN: 0009-8981
  • 5 Year impact factor: 4.2
  • Impact factor: 5
International Journal of Clinical Chemistry and Diagnostic Laboratory MedicineThe Official Journal of the International Federation of Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine (IFCC) Clinica Chimica Acta is a high-quality journal which publishes original Research Communications in the field of clinical chemistry and laboratory medicine, defined as the diagnostic application of chemistry, biochemistry, immunochemistry, biochemical aspects of hematology, toxicology, and molecular biology to the study of human disease in body fluids and cells. The objective of the journal is to publish novel information leading to a better understanding of biological mechanisms of human diseases, their prevention, diagnosis, and patient management. Reports of an applied clinical character are also welcome. Papers concerned with normal metabolic processes or with constituents of normal cells or body fluids, such as reports of experimental or clinical studies in animals, are only considered when they are clearly and directly relevant to human disease. Evaluation of commercial products have a low priority for publication, unless they are novel or represent a technological breakthrough. Studies dealing with effects of drugs and natural products and studies dealing with the redox status in various diseases are not within the journal's scope. Development and evaluation of novel analytical methodologies where applicable to diagnostic clinical chemistry and laboratory medicine, including point-of-care testing, and topics on laboratory management and informatics will also be considered. Studies focused on emerging diagnostic technologies and (big) data analysis procedures including digitalization, mobile Health, and artificial Intelligence applied to Laboratory Medicine are also of interest.
Clinica Chimica Acta

Cognition

  • ISSN: 0010-0277
  • 5 Year impact factor: 4
  • Impact factor: 3.4
International Journal of Cognitive Science Cognition is an international journal that publishes theoretical and experimental papers on the study of the mind. It covers a wide variety of subjects concerning all the different aspects of cognition, ranging from experimental studies of behavior and of the brain to formal analysis. Papers will be selected on the basis of their scientific quality, their degree of innovation and their unambiguous theoretical advance to the study of cognition. Paper's overall soundness of the argument and degree of empirical motivation, especially from converging sources, are more important than adherence to specific methodological principles. Studies that selectively focus on the cognitive and neural mechanisms that underlie problems with cognition in clinical populations or on purely methodological questions fall outside the scope of Cognition. Because Cognition enjoys a wide readership from many disciplines, authors should explicitly consider the general theoretical issues raised by their work and its relevance to other topics and methods. Materials should describe work done and methods used in a clear and explicit manner (allowing reproduction of the methods by others). Cognition occasionally publishes special issues devoted to a research area that has seen rapid recent progress, promising new approaches, and convergence among different disciplines. Contributions: • Full theoretical and experimental papers on the study of the mind. •Brief articles reporting original empirical findings, major theoretical advances or crucial developments that warrant rapid communication to the scientific community •Proposals for special issues on a new and important area in the field •Discussions Reviewers please refer to Editorial Policy on Reviewing for Cognition. Cognition publishes many of the most important papers in cognitive science and is the premier international and interdisciplinary journal in the field. It is required reading for anyone who wishes to keep up to date in this exciting research area.
Cognition

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

Computer-Aided Design

  • ISSN: 0010-4485
  • 5 Year impact factor: 4.1
  • Impact factor: 4.3
Computer-Aided Design is a leading international journal that provides academia and industry with key papers on research and developments in computational foundations and methods of design. The term "design" is to be understood broadly to encompass conceptualization, synthesis, realization, and evolution of artifacts, processes, and systems (both natural and artificial). Computer-Aided Design invites papers reporting new research, as well as novel or particularly significant applications, within a wide range of topics, spanning all stages of design from concept creation to manufacture and beyond. Contributions are welcome from all disciplines and application areas, provided that they have a significant geometric, topological, spatial, or configuration design content, and present developments likely to be of interest to a broad spectrum of researchers, educators, and practitioners of computer-aided design. In this context, examples of relevant topics include but are not limited to: Foundational theories, frameworks, methodologies, and standards Mathematical models, representations, and algorithms for shapes, solids, structures, and assemblies Material, behavior, and physical modeling Conceptual design and invention Uncertainty and imprecision in computer-aided design Multi-scale modeling and design of shape and material structures System level design and model-based systems engineering Programmable subtractive, additive, and hybrid manufacturing Generative design, shape, topology, and material optimization Computational planning, fabrication, and inspection Discretization and meshing algorithms Data acquisition, model recognition and reconstruction Representation conversions and interoperability Applications of AI in design, including neural networks and machine learning Design ontologies, grammars, languages, and semantics Data driven modeling and synthesis Advanced support of manufacturing and downstream activities Technologies in support of digital factory and digital twin concepts User interfaces, system interfaces, and human-computer interaction Design databases, knowledge repositories, object libraries and retrieval Specific applications and significant benchmarks of computer-aided design Types of Papers: Research papers: report significant research and development results, describe the relevant theoretical foundations and methodology, and present workable algorithms and give examples taken from real world applications, stressing the significance of the approach being presented. Application papers: describe complex and pioneering applications of CAD concepts, methods and tools in practice, present significant results that extend the disciplinary knowledge and/or analyze the application in a way that is likely to stimulate and influence further research. Survey papers: critically analyze the current state of knowledge in a given field of CAD, summarize and organize recent research results in a novel way, derive new insights and deepen understanding of those working in the field, and propose possible topics, orientations and approaches for future research and development. Technical notes: respond to material published in the journal or closely related topics, repair a flaw in the definition and approach or stimulate further thinking, or provide additional technical details on a CAD theory, technology, methodology, product or application. Dataset papers: discuss creation, documentation, and critical assessment of data sets, repositories, and their uses supporting research and practice in all areas of computer-aided design. An algorithmic contribution is not required for a dataset paper, but the dataset itself must be made freely usable and accessible for research purposes. Dataset papers will go through the same rigorous review process and will be evaluated based on their novelty, impact, and presentation. Accessibility, privacy, and ethics are also important issues that will be considered by the reviewers and editors.
Computer-Aided Design

Computer Physics Communications

  • ISSN: 0010-4655
  • 5 Year impact factor: 5.6
  • Impact factor: 6.3
An International Journal and Program Library for Computational Physics Visit the International Computer Program Library on Mendeley Data. Computer Physics Communications publishes research papers and application software in the broad field of computational physics; current areas of particular interest are reflected by the research interests and expertise of the CPC Editorial Board. The focus of CPC is on contemporary computational methods and techniques and their implementation, the effectiveness of which will normally be evidenced by the author(s) within the context of a substantive problem in physics. Within this setting CPC publishes two types of paper. Computer Programs in Physics (CPiP)These papers describe significant computer programs to be archived in the CPC Program Library which is held in the Mendeley Data repository. The submitted software must be covered by an approved open source licence. Papers and associated computer programs that address a problem of contemporary interest in physics that cannot be solved by current software are particularly encouraged. Computational Physics Papers (CP) These are research papers in, but are not limited to, the following themes across computational physics and related disciplines. mathematical and numerical methods and algorithms; computational models including those associated with the design, control and analysis of experiments; and algebraic computation. Each will normally include software implementation and performance details. The software implementation should, ideally, be available via GitHub, Zenodo or an institutional repository. In addition, research papers on the impact of advanced computer architecture and special purpose computers on computing in the physical sciences and software topics related to, and of importance in, the physical sciences may be considered. The introduction to each paper should be directed to a general audience and the author(s) must clearly articulate the novelty and significance of the paper and how it will advance the solution of an important physics application. Papers which, in the opinion of a Principal Editor, fail to do this will not be sent for review. The editor may consult with experts in the field in making this decision. Feature Articles are solicited by invitation and are aimed at highlighting topical subjects and providing reviews of important bodies of research work. Special and thematic issues are published on an occasional basis and enquiries should be directed to a member of the CPC Editorial Board. If this journal is a good fit for your review article, you can find out more via the Guide for Authors. For further information or help, please visit the journal article support center.
Computer Physics Communications

Computers in Biology and Medicine

  • ISSN: 0010-4825
  • 5 Year impact factor: 6.9
  • Impact factor: 7.7
Computers in Biology and Medicine, a companion title to Informatics in Medicine Unlocked, is a medium of international communication of the revolutionary advances being made in the application of the computer to the fields of bioscience and medicine. The Journal will focus on such areas as: Analysis of Biomedical Systems: Solutions of Equations Synthesis of Biomedical Systems: Simulations Special Medical Data Processing Methods Special Purpose Computers Clinical Data Processing for Real Time Clinical and Experimental Use Medical Diagnosis and Medical Record Processing Biomedical Engineering Medical Informatics Bioinformatics Medical Applications of the Internet and World Wide Web Human Genomics Proteomics Functional Brain Studies The publication policy is to publish: New, original articles that have been appropriately reviewed by competent scientific people, Surveys of developments in the fields, Pedagogical papers covering specific areas of interest, and Book reviews pertinent to the field. Articles which examine the following topics of special interest are being featured in Computers in Biology and Medicine: Computer aids to the analysis of biochemical systems, computer aids to biocontrol-systems engineering, neuronal simulation by digital-computer gating components, automatic computer analysis of pictures of biological and medical importance, use of computers by commercial pharmaceutical and chemical organizations, radiation-dosage computers, and accumulating and recalling individual medical records, real-time languages, interfaces to patient monitors, clinical chemistry equipment, data handling and display in nuclear medicine and therapy.
Computers in Biology and Medicine