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FREE access: Special Issues of ZPC (2017)

                                                                                                          Zeitschrift für Physikalische Chemie (ZPC)

A special for you: Three Special Issues of 2017 - for free! 


1) Vol. 231, Iss 1 (Jan 2017): Colloidal nanostructures of various dimensionality and hierarchy / Guest Editor: Christian Klinke

Nanostructured materials such as nanoparticles, nanowires, carbon nanotubes, graphene and nanosheets are considered to be among the most promising candidates for faster and less expensive electronic devices and more efficient solar cells and fuel cells. The synthesis of inorganic nanostructures defined by colloidal chemistry has developed strongly and became a versatile tool in various fields of application. In this issue of Zeitschrift für Physikalische Chemie a representative cross-section of researchers active in Germany or with close relations report on their interesting, recent results in synthesis, assembly, and characterization of colloidal nanostructures.

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2) Vol. 231, Iss 7-8 (Jul 2017):
Mobility of Ions in Solids / Guest Editor: Paul Heitjans

Editor's comment: “The mobility and diffusivity of ions in solids is a vital topic for fundamental as well as application-inspired research. The present Themed Issue of Zeitschrift für Physikalische Chemie contains a number of contributions to a Bunsen Colloquium entitled Mobility of Ions in Solids, which took place at Leibniz Universität Hannover (Hannover, Germany) on 5–6 April 2017 under the auspices of the Deutsche Bunsengesellschaft für Physikalische Chemie.”

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3) Vol. 231, Iss 10 (Oct 2017):
Safety-Relevant Ignition Processes / Guest Editors: Ulrich Maas, Detlev Markus and Matthias Olzmann

Editor's comment: “This special issue of Zeitschrift für Physikalische Chemie is directed toward both the general combustion community and the more specialized community dealing with loss prevention in process industry. A collection of seven articles was brought together to present and discuss interesting experimental and numerical findings and to point out future research directions regarding safety-relevant aspects ignition processes. Six of the articles present results obtained in the research unit FOR1447, “Physicochemical-Based Models for the Prediction of Safety-Relevant Ignition Processes”, funded by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft.”

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