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Kinetics and Catalysis

Kinetics and Catalysis

Editor-in-Chief: Vladimir B. Kazansky

ISSN: 0023-1584 (print version)
ISSN: 1608-3210 (electronic version)

Journal no. 10975

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  • Offers theoretical and experimental materials on homogeneous and heterogeneous kinetics and catalysis
  • Examines mechanism and kinetics of noncatalytic processes in gaseous, liquid, and solid phases
  • Coverage includes quantum chemical calculations in kinetics and catalysis, methods of investigating catalytic processes and catalysts and more

Kinetics and Catalysis (Kinetika i Kataliz) is the only Russian journal that currently publishes theoretical and experimental materials on homogeneous and heterogeneous kinetics and catalysis. Other topics addressed include the mechanism and kinetics of noncatalytic processes in gaseous, liquid, and solid phases, quantum chemical calculations in kinetics and catalysis, methods of investigating catalytic processes and catalysts, the chemistry of catalysts and adsorbent surfaces, the structure and physicochemical properties of catalysts, preparation and poisoning of catalysts, macrokinetics, and computer simulation in catalysis. The journal publishes information on scientific conferences held in the Commonwealth of Independent States, as well as surveys by leading researchers on contemporary problems in kinetics and catalysis.

Kinetics and Catalysis was founded in 1960 by the Russian scientist Academician G.K. Boreskov, along with other outstanding specialists in kinetics and catalysis.

Related subjects » Catalysis - Physical Chemistry

Impact Factor: 0.914 (2016) * 

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    Kinetics and Catalysis (Kinetika i kataliz) was founded in 1960 by the prominent Russian scientist Academician G.K. Boreskov, along with other outstanding specialists in kinetics and catalysis, including Professors V. V. Voevodskii, A. A. Balandin, S. Z. Roginskii, and V. N. Kondrat’ev. This journal is the only Russian periodical that currently publishes theoretical and experimental materials on homogeneous and heterogeneous kinetics and catalysis. Other topics addressed include the mechanism and kinetics of noncatalytic processes in gaseous, liquid, and solid phases, quantum chemical calculations in kinetics and catalysis, methods of investigating catalytic processes and catalysts, the chemistry of catalysts and adsorbent surfaces, the structure and physicochemical properties of catalysts, preparation and poisoning of catalysts, macrokinetics, and computer simulation in catalysis. The journal also publishes information on scientific conferences held in the Commonwealth of Independent States, as well as surveys by leading researchers on contemporary problems in kinetics and catalysis. The Editorial Board also welcomes contributions from foreign authors.

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    Original Russian Edition Copyright © 2010 by the Russian Academy of Sciences and the Zelinskii Institute of Organic Chemistry.

    English Translation Copyright © 2010 by Pleiades Publishing, Ltd.

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