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Reviews in Inorganic Chemistry

Editor-in-Chief: Schulz, Axel

Editorial Board Member: Aldridge, Simon / Burford, Neil / Cronin, Leroy / Dunbar, Kim / Holthausen, Max / Huppertz, Hubert / Liu, Xiaoming / Rosenthal, Uwe / Schiller, Alexander / Schulz, Stephan / Senker, Jürgen / Hänisch, Carsten / Yoon, Kyung / Zhang, Xian-Ming

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Aims and Scope

Reviews in Inorganic Chemistry is a quarterly, peer-reviewed journal publishing high-quality reviews on developments in inorganic chemistry. Critical scientific reviews provide an overview of the current discussions in inorganic chemistry and a perspective on future research directions. Technical reviews offer detailed synthesis protocols, reviews of methodology and descriptions of apparatus. The journal publishes all aspects of solid-state, molecular and surface chemistry, including

  • Main group chemistry
  • Transition metal chemistry
  • Coordination chemistry
  • Organometallic chemistry
  • Catalysis
  • Bioinorganic chemistry
  • Supramolecular chemistry
  • Ionic liquids

Topics may be treated from a synthetic, theoretical, or analytical perspective. The editors and the publisher are committed to high quality standards and rapid handling of the review and publication process.

Previously published by Freund Publishing House Ltd.

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Editor-in-Chief
Axel Schulz, Rostock, Germany


Editorial Board
Simon Aldridge, Oxford, UK
Neil Burford, Halifax, Canada
Lee Cronin, Glasgow, UK
Kim Rene Dunbar, College Station, USA
Max Holthausen, Frankfurt/Main, Germany
Hubert Huppertz, Innsbruck, Austria
Xiaoming Liu, Jiaxing, China
Uwe Rosenthal, Rostock, Germany
Alexander Schiller, Jena, Germany
Stephan Schulz, Essen, Germany
Jürgen Senker, Bayreuth, Germany
Carsten von Hänisch, Marburg, Germany
Kyung Byung Yoon, Seoul, Korea
Xian-Ming Zhang, Linfen, China


Managing Editor
Masha Dorogova
E-mail: mdorogova@versita.com

Assistant Editor
Narayan Mukherjee, New York, USA

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