Journal of Polymer Science Part B: Polymer Physics

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  • Editorial Board: Editor-in-Chief: Jenny Mahoney
  • Published Date: 11 November 2015
  • Source / Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Ltd.
  • Copyright: Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA, Weinheim

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Polymer physics has evolved dramatically in the fifty years since the launch of the Journal of Polymer Science by Hermann Mark. Today’s polymer physics is an interdisciplinary science that has expanded beyond its traditional core to fields as diverse as energy materials, biological systems, optics and electronics, and nanotechnology.

The Journal of Polymer Science: Polymer Physics reflects the broader interests of today’s polymer physics research community, providing a dedicated forum for rapidly reporting breakthroughs in polymer physics and the application of polymer physics problem solving. The journal contains a mix of comprehensive reviews, insights, and high-impact communications and full papers that represent the gamut of the science of polymer systems, from theory to experiment to applications.

Research topics covered in the Journal of Polymer Science: Polymer Physics include all aspects of polymer physics and related fields, including

  • Theory and simulation
  • Multiscale modeling
  • Polymer electronics
  • Charge carrier transport
  • Innovative characterization techniques and methodologies
  • Optically active polymers
  • Ion transport
  • Physics and applications of block copolymers
  • Nanocomposites
  • Polymers for energy applications
  • Optoelectronics
  • Polymeric nanomaterials and nanostructured polymers
  • Polymers at surfaces and interfaces
  • Polymeric or polymer-dispersed liquid crystals
  • Biopolymers and the physics of biological systems
  • Magnetic and ferroelectric polymers
  • Electroactive polymers and polymeric actuators
  • Ionomers
  • Polyelectrolytes
  • Polymer electrochemistry
  • Shape memory polymers
  • Hydrogels


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