With this journal we are pleased to expand De Gruyter’s offerings in chemistry and chemical process engineering, biotechnology and environmental chemistry.
Green Processing and Synthesis publishes bi-monthly high-quality articles dedicated in general to innovative and green process development and chemical synthesis covering: sustainable and green chemistry and processing, flow chemistry, advanced, asymmetric and bio-inspired synthesis, chemicals from biomass, biofuels and intermediates, white biotechnology, catalysis, micro process technology, process intensification, alternative energy, fuel cells and hydrogen economy, photochemistry, photovoltaics, energy storage, environmental chemistry and toxicology.
The Editor-in-Chief, Professor Volker Hessel (Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands), will channel, guide and direct the editorial process supported by Dr. Gunda Stöber as Managing Editor at De Gruyter.
State-of-the-art hosting for online content is provided on the De Gruyter Online platform. The online manuscript submission and tracking system (Thomson Reuters ScholarOne) and ahead of print online publication ensures timely speed with which articles are processed and published. Active reference linking in the PDF articles of the online edition, forward linking, color figures free of charge for authors in both print and online are merely a few of the services offered.
De Gruyter is an independent academic publishing house with a tradition spanning over 260 years. With offices in Berlin, Boston and Beijing we publish annually over 800 new titles in the physical sciences, medicine, law, and the humanities, and well over 200 journals and digital media. GREEN, Reviews in Chemical Engineering, Corrosion Reviews, Journal of Polymer Engineering, Science and Engineering of Composite Materials, High Temperature Materials and Processes, Journal of Non-Equilibrium Thermodynamics, Reviews in Inorganic Chemistry, BioInorganic Reaction Mechanisms, Main Group Metal Chemistry, Reviews in Analytical Chemistry, Heterocyclic Communications, and Holzforschung/Wood Science are journals in our chemistry, chemical engineering and materials sciences publishing portfolio.
We at De Gruyter feel engaged to continuously increase the scientific impact of Green Processing and Synthesis in the coming years and make this journal a top address for scientific and applied publishing in its field. We very much appreciate the opportunity for dialogue with our authors and readers – please let us know your ideas and suggestions.
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Published Online: 2013-02-02
Published in Print: 2013-02-01