Journal of Porphyrins and Phthalocyanines
ISSN (printed): 1088-4246. ISSN (electronic): 1099-1409.
This new international journal consolidates research activities in chemistry physics and technology of porphyrins and phthalocyanines into a single unique and easily accessible reference source. JPP provides the means for researchers scientists and engineers interested in exploring the applications of these materials to publish original research papers and short communications. As well as reviewing state-of-the-art topics up-to-date research news and patent reports the journal features an up-to-date calendar of events and a running list of published papers and authors. JPP is an international peer-reviewed journal for the fast refereeing and publication of articles. The journal includes the following subjects: Synthesis Chemical syntheses of porphyrins phthalocyanines structurally related macrocycles such as porphyrazines corroles chlorins porphycenes porphyrinogens subphthalocyanines porphocyanines heterocyclic analogues related expanded -conjugated macrocycles their oligomers polymers copolymers composites and blends molecular design coordination chemistry kinetics and reaction mechanisms and biosynthesis. Spectroscopy FTIR NMR UV-Visible X-ray STM AFM XPS ESR AES Raman Mössbauer neutron scattering surface electron diffraction LEED and RHEED. Processing Purification thin film deposition chemical vapour deposition epitaxy molecular beam epitaxy Langmuir-Blodgett films crystal growth liquid crystals etching annealing composites and lithography. Properties Photoconductivity and photovoltaics semiconductive and junction properties optics and non-linear optics electrochemistry magnetic and spin dynamics thermal and mechanical properties liquid crystalline behaviours dielectric properties catalysis crystallography lubrication properties surface and interface behaviour photochemistry and luminescence molecular relaxation and ultrafast dynamics biological properties therapy pharmacokinetics and drug delivery. Applications Dyes and pigments xerography coatings semiconductor microdevices solar cells and fuel cells electrochromism and photochromism filters sensors tribology optical memory and data storage magneto-optical recording devices liquid crystal colour displays catalysts molecular electronics photodynamic therapy photonics devices. Readership Chemists physicists materials scientists polymer scientists spectroscopists electrochemists electronics and photonics engineers biochemists and biophysicists.
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