Chemistry

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    Each year, the quality of papers published in our Chemistry journals is secured by the contribution of all our outstanding authors, reviewers and editors.

    Did you know that we publish 8 out of the top 10 titles in Electrochemistry and 50% of the top 12 titles in Analytical Chemistry!*

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    * Journal Citation Reports®, published by Thomson Reuters, 2013

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News

New Open Access journal 'Nano-Structures & Nano-Objects' is now accepting papers. Read more >

New Open Access journal 'Colloid and Interface Science Communications' is now accepting submissions.
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We are committed to working in partnership with the research community, librarians, funders and other stakeholders.  

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Virtual Special Issues

Check out our latest Virtual Special Issues:

Editors' Article Collection
Carbohydrate Research

Towards Engineering Mesoscience
Chemical Engineering Science

Celebrating the 2013 Chemistry Nobel Prize Winners
Chemical Physics

Enzymes in Carbohydrate Research
Carbohydrate Research

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Multiple functionalization of multi-walled carbon nanotubes with carboxyl and amino groups • Article
Applied Surface Science, Volume 276, July 2013, Pages 476-481 | Zhao, Z.; Yang, Z.; Hu, Y.; Li, J.; Fan, X. 

Harry Belafonte and the secret proteome of coconut milk • Article
Journal of Proteomics, Volume 75, Issue 3, January 2012, Pages 914-920 | D\'Amato, A.; Fasoli, E.; Righetti, P.G. 


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