AIP Publishing, a not-for-profit scholarly publisher in the physical sciences, has announced the launch of Chemical Physics Reviews (CPR) and publication of the first articles from their latest journal.
The focus for CPR will include experimental and theoretical research in fundamental issues in chemical physics alongside its applications in other branches of science, medicine, and engineering. Its scope will include all areas of chemical physics, such as material surfaces and interfaces, dynamics in chemical processes, polymers and soft matter, environmental and green chemistry, catalysis, supramolecular chemistry, energy storage and conversion, and computational chemical physics.
Three articles have been accepted by CPR for publication in November 2020. They were selected by an in-house team of scientific editors that manage the manuscript workflow and review process. The articles are Emergence of new materials for exploiting highly efficient carrier multiplication in photovoltaics, Reconfigurable complex emulsions: Design, properties, and applications, and Rational design of spinel oxides as bifunctional oxygen electrocatalysts for rechargeable Zn-air batteries.
Students and postdocs entering the rapidly expanding field will benefit from CPR’s comprehensive reviews that survey, summarise, and contextualise the current literature on important research topics or practical experimental approaches.
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