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ChemPhysChem
ChemPhysChem

Published/Hosted by John Wiley and Sons. ISSN (printed): 1439-4235. ISSN (electronic): 1439-7641.

ChemPhysChem is intended to become the premier international source for important primary and critical secondary information on the whole of physical chemistry and chemical physics. Its mission is to integrate this wide and flourishing field ranging from atmospheric science to hard and soft condensed matter from femtochemistry to nanotechnology from complex biological systems to single molecule research from clusters and colloids to catalysis and surface science - to name just a few topics. What Nature and Science are for all the sciences ChemPhysChem should become for physical chemistry and chemical physics. Features ChemPhysChem is peer reviewed ChemPhysChem is a sister journal to Angewandte Chemie and Chemistry - A European Journal ChemPhysChem will initially be produced in conjunction with Angewandte Chemie and delivered - in print and electronic form - to all current customers of this high-circulation/high-impact-factor journal ChemPhysChem can also be subscribed to separately ChemPhysChem reproduces essential color figures free of charge ChemPhysChem will feature one of the articles of the current issue on the cover ChemPhysChem is available online with all features through Wiley InterScience: CrossRef - the innovative multi-publisher reference linking initiative enabling readers to gain access to related articles through a single click EarlyView® - delivers individual articles as soon as they are ready complete peer-reviewd edited and usable for reference citation Alerting - e-mail notification about relevant new publications selected on an article-by-article basis according to keyword specifications Contents ChemPhysChem publishes an attractive mixture of: Communications and Articles Minireviews and Reviews Highlights and Concepts News and Comments Book and Multimedia Reviews Fields of interest: Physical Chemistry and Chemical Physics Solid State and Soft Matter Research Electro- and Photochemistry Femtochemistry and Nanotechnology Complex Systems and Single Molecule Research Clusters and Colloids Catalysis and Surface Science Biophysics and Physical Biochemistry Atmospheric and Environmental Chemistry Society Affiliation French Chemical Society (SFC) and German Chemical Society (GDCh) Readers Researchers focussed on the interface between chemistry and physics

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