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The Journal of Physical Chemistry A (JPC A) publishes experimental, theoretical, and computational research on the physical chemistry of molecules, ions, radicals, clusters, and aerosols. JPC A emphasizes applications in the areas of atmospheric and environmental chemistry, aerosol processes, molecular geochemistry, combustion, astrochemistry, plasmas, cold molecules, catalysis, and energetic materials, among others. JPC A also publishes manuscripts that describe new tools or methods that are of broad interest to the physical chemistry community. If you are unsure about whether your manuscript fits within the scope of JPC A, please contact Deputy Editor T. Daniel Crawford (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Executive Editor Andrew Orr-Ewing (email@example.com). Further information about preparing manuscripts can be found here, and some tips for creating high impact manuscripts are given here. Editorials with guidelines on computational and theory research can be found here and here.
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B (JPC B) publishes experimental, theoretical and computational research in the area of biophysics, biochemistry, biomaterials, and soft matter. Examples of topics of special interest include: biomolecules (proteins, nucleic acids, membranes, enzyme catalysis); biomaterials (including nano-biomaterials); polymers and colloids; liquids (properties of liquids, ionic liquids, deep eutectic solvents, and fluid interfaces, and solid-liquid interfaces, bulk studies of electrolytes); surfactants; glasses; and spectroscopy, charge, and energy transfer of molecules in solution. If you are unsure about whether your manuscript fits within the scope of JPC B, please contact Deputy Editor Martin Zanni (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Executive Editor Pavel Jungwirth (email@example.com). Further information about preparing manuscripts can be found here, and some tips for creating high impact manuscripts are given here. An editorial with guidelines for computational and theory research can be found here.
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C (JPC C) publishes experimental, theoretical and computational research on the physical chemistry of nano, low-dimensional and bulk materials; chemical transformations at interfaces; and energy conversion and storage. Examples of topics of special interest include: heterogeneous catalysis and electrocatalysis, solar energy cells, fuel cells, novel materials for batteries and capacitors, steady-state and time-resolved spectroscopy of nano- and 2D materials, plasmonic and photonic materials, studies of chemical transformations at solid surfaces, and observations and predictions of novel material and surface properties. If you are unsure whether your manuscript fits within the scope of JPC C, please contact Deputy Editor Gregory Hartland (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Executive Editor William Schneider (email@example.com). Further information about preparing manuscripts can be found here, and some tips for creating high impact experimental and theory/computational manuscripts are given here. An editorial with guidelines for computational and theory research can be found here.
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Expanded and high-quality conference papers can be considered as articles if they fulfill the following requirements: (1) the paper should be expanded to the size of a research article; (2) the conference paper should be cited and noted on the first page of the paper; (3) if the authors do not hold the copyright of the published conference paper, authors should seek the appropriate permission from the copyright holder; (4) authors are asked to disclose that it is conference paper in their cover letter and include a statement on what has been changed compared to the original conference paper. Data does not publish pilot studies or studies with inadequate statistical power. 2b1af7f3a8