Editorial Board:Simon Aldridge, Neil Burford, Leroy Cronin, Kim Dunbar, Max Holthausen, Hubert Huppertz, Xiaoming Liu, Uwe Rosenthal, Alexander Schiller, Stephan Schulz, Jürgen Senker, Carsten von Hänisch, Kyung Yoon and Xian-Ming Zhang
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Objective Reviews in Inorganic Chemistry (REVIC) is a quarterly, peer-reviewed journal that focuses on developments in inorganic chemistry. Technical reviews offer detailed synthesis protocols, reviews of methodology and descriptions of apparatus. Topics are 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. The journal publishes all aspects of solid-state, molecular and surface chemistry. Topics may be treated from a synthetic, theoretical, or analytical perspective. The editors and the publisher are commited to high quality standards and rapid handling of the review and publication process.
Main group chemistry
Transition metal chemistry
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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