JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL PHYSICS (ISSN: 0021-9606)
IF(Impact Factor)2019 Evaluation Pending
DescriptionThe Journal of Chemical Physics (ISSN: 0021-9606, E-ISSN: 1089-7690) was founded by Nobel Laureate Harold C. Urey in 1933 to address the unmet need of scientists working at the boundary of chemistry and physics. The journal has played an essential role in leading and expanding the discipline of chemical physics and physical chemistry in the past 85 years. As Prof. Lian takes the reigns, he pledged to focus on expanding the journal's coverage of growing areas to serve the full spectrum of physical chemistry and chemical physics. Topics for expansion identified thus far include catalysis (including electro-, photo-, and photoelectro-), plasmonics and nanophotonics, optical electronics, energy conversion and storage, interfacial structures and dynamics, and chemical physics of nanomaterials. Other priorities include improving the timeliness of reviews and engaging early career researchers, with the formation of an Early Career Editorial Advisory Board, as well as a call for submissions to an Emerging Investigators Special Collection. Details can be found in his first Editorial and further details will be announced in the coming weeks. Prof. Lian added, "I encourage readers, authors, and reviewers to contact me with suggestions. Community input is essential for success in expanding JCP's role as the leading journal in chemical physics and physical chemistry."
JCP is part of AIP Publishing's portfolio which includes Applied Physics Letters, Journal of Applied Physics, AIP Conference Proceedings, and other community focused peer-reviewed journals, its flagship magazine Physics Today, and Scilight, a weekly publication highlighting the most interesting new research in the physical sciences. AIP Publishing partners with 10 scholarly societies, providing the full suite of publishing services, from manuscript submission to online hosting.
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