Special Issue "Cornerstones in Contemporary Inorganic Chemistry"
A special issue of Inorganics (ISSN 2304-6740).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 March 2021).
Interests: nitrides; chalcogenides; carbides; hydrides; synthesis; structure; solid-state chemistry; materials chemistry
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This issue marks a key stage in the continued evolution of Inorganics as the go-to open access journal of cutting-edge inorganic chemistry. This Special Issue of Inorganics entitled “Cornerstones in Contemporary Inorganic Chemistry” will compile feature articles from some of the most influential and pioneering international leaders and rising lights in their respective areas of inorganic chemistry. This Special Issue will collate comprehensive and inspiring reviews and opinion pieces reflecting the current state of the art and projecting into the near and far horizons of all reaches of the discipline. The issue will provide instructive and stimulating articles that will be of lasting interest and relevance across both established and emerging fields of inorganic chemistry. “Cornerstones in Contemporary Inorganic Chemistry” will cover timely and important topics from among main group, d-block, and f-block molecular and coordination chemistry through supramolecular and organometallic chemistry to bioinorganic chemistry, inorganic medicinal chemistry, solid-state chemistry, and catalysis. These commentaries will act as references for the gamut of inorganic chemists from aspiring undergraduates to senior researchers and teachers.
Prof. Dr. Duncan Gregory
Manuscript Submission Information
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- Opinion piece
- Chemical Properties
- Physical Properties