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Emphasizing an interdisciplinary viewpoint, Catalysis Reviews is designed to stimulate new progressive ideas throughout this broad science, offering articles in such areas as advances in technology and theory, engineering and chemical aspects of catalytic reactions, reactor designs, computer models, analytical tools, and statistical evaluations.
International Reviews in Physical Chemistry publishes review articles describing frontier research areas in physical chemistry. Internationally renowned scientists describe their own research in the wider context of the field. The articles are of interest not only to specialists but also to those wishing to read general and authoritative accounts of recent developments in physical chemistry, chemical physics and theoretical chemistry. The journal appeals to research workers, lecturers and research students alike.
Molecular Physics publishes original high quality papers in chemical physics and physical chemistry. The journal covers all experimental and theoretical aspects of molecular science, from electronic structure, molecular dynamics, spectroscopy and reaction kinetics to condensed matter, surface science, and statistical mechanics of simple and complex fluids.
Molecular Physics Longuet-Higgins Young Author's Prize
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Liquid Crystals publishes accounts of original research concerned with all aspects of liquid crystal science and technology, including experimental and theoretical studies ranging from molecular design and synthesis to applications engineering. The journal focus is on liquid crystalline supermolecular organization and self-assembly in a wide range of materials, including thermotropic, lyotropic, interfacial, chiral, ferroelectric, polymer, micro/nanocomposite, biological and related soft-matter liquid crystal systems.
International and multidisciplinary, the Journal of Experimental Nanoscience provides a showcase for advances in the experimental sciences underlying nanotechnology and nanomaterials. The Journal exists to bring together the most significant papers making original contributions to nanoscience in a range of fields including: biology and biochemistry, physics, chemistry, chemical electrical and mechanical engineering, materials, pharmaceuticals and medicine.
covers all aspects of research related to, or of importance to, molecular modelling and simulation (including informatics, theoretical and experimental work). Molecular Simulation exists to bring together the most significant papers concerned with applications of simulation methods, and original contributions to the development of simulation methodology from biology and biochemistry, chemistry, chemical engineering, materials and nanomaterials, medicine, physics and information science.
Physics and Chemistry of Liquids publishes experimental and theoretical papers aimed at furthering the understanding of the liquid state. The coverage embraces the whole spectrum of liquids, from simple monatomic liquids and their mixtures, through charged liquids (e.g. ionic metals, liquid metals and their alloys, ions in aqueous solution, and metal-electrolyte systems) to molecular liquids of all kinds. It also covers quantum fluids and superfluids, such as Fermi and non-Fermi liquids, superconductors, Bose-Einstein condensates, correlated electron or spin assemblies.
Related Titles from CRC Press:
Charged Particle and Photon Interactions with Matter: Recent Advances, Applications, and Interfaces
Editors: Yoshihiko Hatano, Yosuke Katsumura, and A. Mozumder
Water and Life: The Unique Properties of H20
Editors: Ruth M. Lynden-Bell, Simon Conway Morris, John D. Barrow, John L. Finney, and Charles Harper
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