International Journal of Chemical Kinetics

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  • Editorial Board: William H. Green, Jr.
  • Published Date: 14 June 2010
  • Source / Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
  • Copyright: Wiley Periodicals, Inc.

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As the leading archival journal devoted exclusively to chemical kinetics, the International Journal of Chemical Kinetics publishes original research in gas phase, condensed phase, and polymer reaction kinetics, as well as biochemical and surface kinetics. The Journal seeks to be the primary archive for careful experimental measurements of reaction kinetics, in both simple and complex systems. The Journal also presents new developments in applied theoretical kinetics and publishes large kinetic models, and the algorithms and estimates used in these models. These include methods for handling the large reaction networks important in biochemistry, catalysis, and free radical chemistry. In addition, the Journal explores such topics as the quantitative relationships between molecular structure and chemical reactivity, organic/inorganic chemistry and reaction mechanisms, and the reactive chemistry at interfaces.

Editorial Board Information


Dr. Frederique Battin-Leclerc

Dr. David Davidson
Stanford University

Prof. Dr. Thomas Just
DLR, Inst. Verfahrenstech

Prof. Lev Krasponerov
New Jersey Institute of Technology

Prof. Philip D. Pacey
Dalhousie University


Dr. Mark Allendorf
Sandia National Laboratories

Prof. Ken Brezinzky
University of Illinois at Chicago

Dr. J.J. Orlando
National Center for Atmospheric Research

Prof. Tamas Turanyi
Eotvos University (ELTE)

Prof. Ray W. Walker
Hull University

Prof. Reinhard Zellner
University of Essen


Prof. Janet Arey
University of California, Riverside

Dr. Stephen Klippenstein
Sandia National Laboratories

Dr. Allan H. Laufer
National Institute of Standards and Technology

Dr. William J. Pitz
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

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