Journal of Physical Organic Chemistry

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  • Editorial Board: Joseph B. Lambert Department of Chemistry, Northwestern University Evanston
  • Published Date: 01 January 2011
  • Source / Publisher: Wiley
  • Copyright: John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.

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The Journal of Physical Organic Chemistry (ISI Impact Factor 2011: 1.963) provides an international forum for the rapid publication of original scientific papers and electronic material dealing (= supplementary material published online) with physical organic chemistry in its broadest sense. As such, it is aimed at scientists working in this field, not only in chemistry itself, but also in biochemistry, pharmaceutical chemistry, materials/nanomaterials and polymer science, and in other areas of research in which the approaches used in physical organic chemistry are now applied.


The Journal of Physical Organic Chemistry devotes particular attention to the following fields: organic chemistry; bioorganic chemistry; organometallic chemistry; theoretical and computational chemistry; catalysis; photochemistry; electrochemistry; supramolecular chemistry. Among the topics covered within the fields will be: reaction mechanisms; reactive intermediates; ions and radicals; combinatorial strategies; novel structures; spectroscopy; chemistry at interfaces; stereochemistry; conformational analysis; quantum chemical studies; structure-reactivity relationships; solvent effects, isotope and solid-state effects; long-lived charged, sextet or open-shell species; magnetism, non-linear optical and conducting molecules; molecular recognition; photochromism; etc.


JPOC Award for Young Scientists: The Journal of Physical Organic Chemistry, in cooperation with the European Symposium on Organic Reactions and the Reaction Mechanism Conference, sponsor every year one Award to a young scientist for early excellence in physical organic chemistry.

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