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Chemical Physics

  • ISSN: 0301-0104
  • 5 Year impact factor: 2
  • Impact factor: 2
Frontier research on physical phenomena in chemistry, biology and materials scienceCriteria for publication in Chemical Physics are novelty, quality and general interest in experimental and theoretical chemical physics and physical chemistry. Articles are welcome that deal with problems of electronic and structural dynamics, reaction mechanisms, fundamental aspects of catalysis, solar energy conversion and chemical reactions in general, involving atoms, molecules, proteins, clusters, surfaces, interfaces and bulk matter. Reports on new methodologies and comprehensive assessments of existing ones, as well as applications to new types of problems are especially welcome. Experimental papers are expected to be brought into relation with theory, and theoretical papers should be connected to present or future experiments. Manuscripts that apply standard methods to specific physical-chemical problems and/or to specific systems are appropriate if they report novel results for an important problem of high interest and/or if they provide significant new insights.Manuscripts describing routine use or minor extensions or modifications of established and/or published experimental and theoretical methodologies are not appropriate for the journal. In addition, manuscripts describing analytical procedures that use established spectroscopic techniques, such as for sample characterization, will not be accepted for publication, even if they appear new or improved with respect to procedures previously used.In addition to regular research papers, Chemical Physics publishes invited perspectives articles (called ChemPhys Perspectives) and Special Thematic Issues. Each Chemical Physics Special Issue provides a snapshot of the leading edge in current research of a particular field in chemical physics, and contains invited articles by specialists in that field. The objective is to create a collection of articles representative of the newest findings in a field and equivalent to that covered at a topical conference.
Chemical Physics

Chemical Physics Impact

  • ISSN: 2667-0224
  • Impact factor: 3.8
Chemical physics research with applications and impactChemical Physics Impact is a new gold open access journal which publishes peer-reviewed papers on how chemical physics impacts areas such as new materials, catalysis, drug discovery, energy production and storage, and climate change.Original papers describing how chemical physics impacts other scientific fields including astrophysics, soft matter, geology, environmental and atmospheric science, biology and medicine are also a major feature. New experimental techniques and their development based on chemical physics is also a focus area of the journal.The field of chemical physics involves fundamental research on atoms, molecules, condensed phases, nanomaterials, interfaces and biosystems. Experimental findings are interpreted by theory and computational or theoretical results are linked to experiment.We particularly welcome papers in the following areas:New Materials, Energy and Catalysis • Energy Conversion and Storage – Heterogeneous catalysis (Bio, Photo and Electro), Photo-electrochemistry, Electrochemistry, Water Splitting, Artificial Photosynthesis, Photovoltaics, Solar energy cells, Solar fuels, Conversion of light fuel cells, Non-Carbon-based fuels (e.g. ammonia, hydrogen, etc.) Carbon capture, Novel materials for batteries, Energy storage, capacitors. • Chemical, Catalytic Activity and Properties of materials at the interface – Studies of chemical transformations at solid surfaces, observations and predictions of novel material and surface properties. • Spectroscopy and Dynamics of Nano, Hybrid, and Low-Dimensional Materials – Synthesis, Assembly, Characterization, Theory, Simulation of materials, steady-state, and time-resolved spectroscopy of nano- and 2D materials, plasmonic and photonic materials.Biomaterials, Biophysics, Soft Matter and Liquids • Biomaterials – Experimental, Theoretical and Computational research in biomaterials. • Biophysical and Biochemical Systems and Processes- Experimental, Theoretical and Computational research in biomolecules (nucleic acids, proteins, membranes, enzyme catalysis). • Chemical and Biological Sensing. • Soft Matter, Fluid Interfaces, Colloids, Polymers, and Glassy Materials. • Liquids- Chemical and Dynamical Processes in Solution, properties of liquids, ionic liquids, deep eutectic solvents, and fluid interfaces, and solid-liquid interfaces, bulk studies of electrolytes); and spectroscopy, charge, and energy transfer of molecules in solution.Molecules, Clusters and Aerosols • Structure, Spectroscopy, and Reactivity of Molecules and Clusters. • Aerosols, Atmospheric and Environmental Chemistry, Astrochemistry, Geochemistry. • Combustion and Plasma Chemistry.Theory and Computations for Chemical Physics • Quantum Chemistry and Density Functional Theory Computations with novel applications. • Applications of Machine Learning. • New Algorithms and Software.Chemical Physics Impact aspires to be the leading journal in the applications and impact of chemical physics. The journal gives authors a platform to showcase their best research in a flexible new journal that supports a variety of peer-reviewed article types: micro-articles, full length research papers, reports, software, reviews, invited perspectives and special issues.
Chemical Physics Impact

Chemical Physics Letters

  • ISSN: 0009-2614
  • 5 Year impact factor: 2.4
  • Impact factor: 2.8
Frontier research in molecular sciences, materials and biological systemsChemical 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

Chemical Physics Letters: X

  • ISSN: 2590-1419
Chemical Physics Letters: X is the open access mirror journal of https://www.journals.elsevier.com/chemical-physics-lettersChemical Physics LettersChemical Physics Letters: X offers authors with high-quality research who want to publish in a gold open access journal the opportunity to make their work immediately, permanently, and freely accessible.Chemical Physics Letters: X authors will pay an article publishing charge (APC), have a choice of license options, and retain copyright. Please check the APC on the https://www.elsevier.com/journals/chemical-physics-letters-x/2590-1419/open-access-journaljournal homepage. By selecting this Gold OA journal, you acknowledge to pay a fee upon acceptance. As this title is newly launched, it does not have a CiteScore or Journal Impact Factor yet, however we will apply for inclusion in all the relevant indexing databases as soon as possible. The journal is indexed in Scopus and DOAJ.For more information please refer to our https://www.elsevier.com/about/open-science/open-access/faqs-open-access-mirror-journalsFAQs for authorsChemical 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.
Chemical Physics Letters: X

Chemical Thermodynamics and Thermal Analysis

  • ISSN: 2667-3126
Chemical Thermodynamics and Thermal Analysis is a Gold Open Access peer-review journal that publishes short communications, original research papers and reviews dealing with experimental, theoretical, and applied research that advances the physical and analytical science of thermal phenomena.The scope includes:Equilibrium and transport properties of gases, fluids, mixtures and solutions, solids, and interfaces.Thermoanalytical and calorimetric methods and their application to experimental chemistry, physics, biology and engineering.Studies on systems with variability, such as biological or bio-based materials, gas hydrates.Manuscripts are expected to provide important insights into the thermal phenomena studied or to propose improvements on existing analytical or computational techniques employed in thermal studies. In all cases, authors are encouraged to provide physical or chemical interpretations of the results. Experimental methods should be described in sufficient detail to allow critical assessment of the accuracy claimed.The Journal welcomes review articles, but prospective authors should first consult one of the Editors concerning the suitability of the proposed review.
Chemical Thermodynamics and Thermal Analysis

Chemico-Biological Interactions

  • ISSN: 0009-2797
  • 5 Year impact factor: 4.6
  • Impact factor: 4.7
A journal of molecular, cellular and biochemical toxicologyChemico-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

Chemistry and Physics of Lipids

  • ISSN: 0009-3084
  • 5 Year impact factor: 3
  • 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

Chemistry of Inorganic Materials

  • ISSN: 2949-7469
Chemistry of Inorganic Materials is a gold open access journal which publishes reviews, articles and communications covering all aspects of inorganic materials including coordination, organometallic and solid-state chemistries. Particular emphasis is placed on structural chemistry and structure- property relationships, on applications of inorganic materials and on interdisciplinary research. Topics that feature prominently in Chemistry of Inorganic Materials include:Coordination polymers and networksMetal-organic frameworks (MOFs)Host-guest assembliesHierarchical assembliesCatalysisNanocrystalsNanoscale materialsLiquid crystalsIonic liquidsMagnetic behaviours of inorganic materialsSemiconducting materials
Chemistry of Inorganic Materials

Chemometrics and Intelligent Laboratory Systems

  • ISSN: 0169-7439
  • 5 Year impact factor: 3.7
  • Impact factor: 3.7
An International Journal Sponsored by the Chemometrics SocietyChemometrics and Intelligent Laboratory Systems publishes original research papers, short communications, reviews, tutorials and Original Software Publications reporting on development of novel statistical, mathematical, or computer techniques in Chemistry and related disciplines.Chemometrics is the chemical discipline that uses mathematical and statistical methods to design or select optimal procedures and experiments, and to provide maximum chemical information by analysing chemical data.The journal deals with the following topics:1) Development of new statistical, mathematical and chemometrical methods for Chemistry and related fields (Environmental Chemistry, Biochemistry, Toxicology, System Biology, -Omics, etc.)2) Novel applications of chemometrics to all branches of Chemistry and related fields (typical domains of interest are: process data analysis, experimental design, data mining, signal processing, supervised modelling, decision making, robust statistics, mixture analysis, multivariate calibration etc.) Routine applications of established chemometrical techniques will not be considered.3) Development of new software that provides novel tools or truly advances the use of chemometrical methods.4) Well characterized data sets to test performance for the new methods and software.The journal complies with International Committee of Medical Journal Editors' Uniform requirements for manuscripts.
Chemometrics and Intelligent Laboratory Systems

Chemosphere

  • ISSN: 0045-6535
  • 5 Year impact factor: 7.7
  • Impact factor: 8.1
Chemosphere is an international journal designed for the publication of original communications on chemicals in the environment. Chemosphere, as a multidisciplinary journal, offers maximum dissemination of investigations related to environmental pollution including all aspects of the identification, quantification, behavior, fate, environmental toxicology, treatment, and remediation of contamination in the bio-, hydro-, litho- and atmosphere.Chemosphere will publish: Original communications (research papers) describing important new discoveries or further developments in relevant fields of investigation Short communications Letters to the Editor Special, themed issues on relevant topics All papers should demonstrate a high level of novelty, originality and uniqueness. The following sections and subject fields are included:Environmental ChemistryThis section will publish manuscripts dealing with fundamental processes in the environment that are related to the behavior, fate, analysis, and alteration of organic and inorganic contaminants focused on the dynamics of contaminants in environmental compartments such as water, soil, sediment, particulate matter, organisms, consumer products, industrial products, dust and indoor/outdoor air. Only studies that are of significance to an international audience or lend themselves to interpretation at the global level should be submitted. Topics of specific interest include, but not limited to, are: All aspects of emerging contaminants, persistent organic pollutants (e.g., PFAS, flame retardants, PCBs, dioxins, chlorinated paraffins), micro- and nanoplastics, pharmaceuticals, pesticides, other industrial chemicals, endocrine disruptors, etc. All aspects of trace metals, organometals, metalloids (e.g., arsenic) and radionuclides Environmental fate studies including transport, biodegradation, bioaccumulation, transformation and mineralisation of chemicals, deposition, atmospheric (photo)chemical processes, hydrolysis, redox processes and adsorption/desorption Novel environmental analytical methods Environmental modelling and quantitative structure-activity relationships to study fate and environmental dynamics Monitoring studies presenting new strategies, reports of novel contaminants, findings or interpretations of interest for an international readership Passive sampling (in air and water) Non-target and suspect screening Effect-directed analysis Natural marine toxins Cyanotoxins Nanopolymers, nanocomposites Air pollution (contaminants in air, particulate matter and NOx, SOx, ozone) Sensors (only if related to measuring environmental contaminants) Not considered for publication are: studies on (micro)organisms, monitoring studies based on standard methodology, and/or only of regional importance, bibliometric reviews, studies dealing with nutrients in agricultural ecosystems, pesticide application studies, plant physiology studies, studies on improvement of fertilizers and crops, 3D-printing, antibiotic resistance (unless connected to exposure), noise, global warming, CO2 storage, oil and gas exploration, energy production, hydrogen production, smoking, plant science, forestry, agriculture, occupational health, production of green products, biomedical applications, fish farming and purely analytical methodology studies. Environmental Toxicology and Risk Assessment The section on Environmental Toxicology and Risk Assessment covers all aspects of toxicology, i.e., the science of adverse effects of environmental contaminants on living organisms including humans, and the scientific risk assessment. Topics of specific interest include, but not limited to, are: Adverse effects of contaminants in aquatic and terrestrial organisms Epidemiological studies on effects of chemicals in humans Biochemical studies related to mechanisms of adverse effects Toxicokinetics and metabolic studies on contaminants related to adverse effects Development and validation of testing methods based on living organisms or biological materials Adaptation Human biomonitoring Elucidation of mechanisms of toxic effects DNA and protein adducts In vitro assays and omics techniques Phytotoxicity Effects of nanomaterials, nano- and microplastics Not considered are studies on biochemical effects of chemicals non-relevant to toxicology and studies reporting associations between contaminants and health effects without a clear understanding of the link between exposure to the contaminants and the observed health effects. Treatment and Remediation This section deals with papers about technologies that manage and/or reduce environmental contaminants, including reuse and recycling processes. The technology must be beyond a basic laboratory study or have obvious implications for current or potential treatment or remediation technologies and, for example, for any advanced oxidation process, the intermediates and/or the extent of mineralization of the targeted compound(s) and wastes must be quantified. Topics of specific interest include, but not limited to, are: Advanced water and wastewater treatment processes and sludge management Produced water Drinking water Incineration Remediation including bio/phytoremediation employing new strategies Hydraulic fracturing Use of biochar amended soil to bind (e.g., herbicides) Nanotechnology Advanced oxidation processes Photolysis/photocatalysis and electrochemical and photo-assisted electrochemical methods Sonolysis/sonocatalysis Mechanochemical destruction (MCD) Natural treatment systems (riverbank filtration and aquifer recharge/recovery)Characterization of natural and effluent organic matter Technologies for recycle/reuse (e.g., of microbial fuel cell techniques) Gasification/pyrolysis for biomass-to-energy and energy recovery from waste streams Not considered are studies that focus solely on the synthesis of new materials to be used in wastewater purification or remediation. Studies focusing on the removal of single contaminants are often less interesting for publication.
Chemosphere