Chemistry of Air, Space & Water Virtual Issue

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  • Published Date: 18 August 2011
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Virtual Issue ACS 2011: Chemistry of Air, Space & Water

Wiley and Wiley-VCH presents a special virtual issue, featuring articles of special interest in this year’s theme to Chemistry of Air, Space & Water.

Access these free articles until the end of 2011.

Journal of Computational Chemistry

Journal of Computational Chemistry

Impact Factor: 4.05

► Water order profiles on phospholipid/cholesterol membrane bilayer surfaces
David Robinson, Nicholas A. Besley, Paul O'shea, Jonathan D. Hirst

AIChE Journal

AIChE Journal

Impact Factor: 2.03

► Thermodynamic consistency test for experimental data of water content of methane
Ali Eslamimanesh, Amir H. Mohammadi, Dominique Richon

Chirality

Chirality

Impact Factor: 2.892

► Supramolecular dynamics of thalidomide and its derivatives in water-sediment system
Imran Ali, Vinod K. Gupta, Hassan Y. Aboul-Enein

Angewandte Chemie International Edition

Angewandte Chemie International Edition

Impact Factor: 12.730

► Tuning the Basicity of Ionic Liquids for Equimolar CO2 Capture
Congmin Wang, Xiaoyan Luo, Huimin Luo, De-en Jiang, Haoran Li and Sheng Dai

► Efficient Activation of the Greenhouse Gas CO2
Ulf-Peter Apfel and Wolfgang Weigand

► Selective Removal of N-Heterocyclic Aromatic Contaminants from Fuels by Lewis Acidic Metal–Organic Frameworks
Michael Maes et al.

► Electric Power and Synthesis Gas Co-generation From Methane with Zero Waste Gas Emission
Zongping Shao, Chunming Zhang, Wei Wang, Chao Su, Wei Zhou, Zhonghua Zhu, Hee Jung Park and Chan Kwak

► Photocatalytic Production of Hydrogen by Disproportionation of One-Electron-Reduced Rhodium and Iridium–Ruthenium Complexes in Water
Shunichi Fukuzumi, Takeshi Kobayashi and Tomoyoshi Suenobu

► Climate Change and Atmospheric Chemistry: How Will the Stratospheric Ozone Layer Develop?
Martin Dameris

► Spectroscopic Observation of Matrix-Isolated Carbonic Acid Trapped from the Gas Phase
Jürgen Bernard, Markus Seidl, Ingrid Kohl, Klaus R. Liedl, Erwin Mayer, Óscar Gálvez, Hinrich Grothe and Thomas Loerting

ChemSusChem

ChemSusChem

Impact Factor: 6.325

► Adsorbent Materials for Carbon Dioxide Capture from Large Anthropogenic Point Sources
Sunho Choi, Jeffrey H. Drese, Christopher W. Jones

ChemCatChem

ChemCatChem

Impact Factor: 3.345

► The Mechanism of Water Oxidation: From Electrolysis via Homogeneous to Biological Catalysis
Holger Dau, Christian Limberg, Tobias Reier, Marcel Risch, Stefan Roggan, Peter Strasser

Journal of Raman Spectroscopy

Journal of Raman Spectroscopy

Impact Factor: 3.137

► Water–ice phase transition probed by Raman spectroscopy
Ivana Ðurickovic, Rémy Claverie, Patrice Bourson et al.

Journal of Science of Food and Agriculture

Journal of Science of Food and Agriculture

Impact Factor: 1.36

► Antifreeze glycoprotein agents: structural requirements for activity
Patricio A Carvajal-Rondanelli, Sergio H Marshall and Fanny Guzman

Macromolecular Bioscience

Macromolecular Bioscience

Impact Factor: 3.458

► Proteins, Lipids, and Water in the Gas Phase
David van der Spoel, Erik G. Marklund, Daniel S. D. Larsson, Carl Caleman

Macromolecular Materials and Engineering

Macromolecular Materials and Engineering

Impact Factor: 1.916

► A Magnetic Composite for Cleaning of Oil Spills on Water
Fernando Gomes de Souza Jr., Jessica Alves Marins, Cezar H. M. Rodrigues, Jose Carlos Pinto

Journal of Polymer Science Part B: Polymer Physics

Journal of Polymer Science Part B: Polymer Physics

► Water purification by membranes: The role of polymer science
Geoffrey M. Geise, Hae-Seung Lee, Daniel J. Miller, Benny D. Freeman, James E. McGrath, Donald R. Paul

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