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Chemistry Africa

Chemistry Africa

A Journal of the Tunisian Chemical Society

Co-Editors-in-Chief: M.L. EFRIT; V.K. JAIN; H. FRIELINGHAUS; A. SOLDERA
Executive Editor-in-Chief: M. M. CHEHIMI
Associate Executive Editor-in-Chief A. MEGRICHE

ISSN: 2522-5758 (print version)
ISSN: 2522-5766 (electronic version)

Journal no. 42250

Chemistry Africa is a new international peer reviewed journal published by Springer on behalf of the Tunisian Chemical Society (TCS). The journal is seeking innovative research articles, reviews, and communications in all fields of Chemistry.

Upon submission, authors are invited to provide novelty statements. Solicited manuscripts of interdisciplinary nature are highly encouraged. Submitted manuscripts will be scrutinized by the Executive Editor-in-Chief, Editors-in-Chief and Associate Editors before being submitted for peer reviewing.

There are four main topics covered by the journal encompassing several subtopics as follows:

Topic 1.  ORGANIC & ORGANOMETALLIC CHEMISTRY
Topic 1.1. Design & Synthesis of Organic Architectures
Topic 1.2. Medicinal & Natural Products
Topic 1.3. Organometallic & Coordination Chemistry
Topic 1.4. Bioconjugate& Bioanalytical Chemistry
Topic 2.  INORGANIC, SOLID-STATE CHEMISTRY & CATALYSIS
Topic 2.1.  Metals & Metal Alloys
Topic 2.2. Ceramics & Glasses
Topic 2.3.Crystallography
Topic 2.4. Thermodynamics, Energetics & Process Engineering
Topic 2.5. Catalysis
Topic 3.  STRUCTURAL, ANALYTICAL & PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY
Topic 3.1. Spectroscopy, Diffraction & Scattering Techniques
Topic 3.2.  Computational Chemistry & Modelling
Topic 3.3. Electrochemical Processes & Electroanalysis
Topic 3.4. Water Sciences & Environment
Topic 4.  ORGANIC MATERIALS & COMPOSITES
Topic 4.1. Polymers, Colloids & Composites
Topic 4.2. Nanomaterials & Nanostructures
Topic 4.3. Surface Modification

Chemistry Africa - A Journal of the Tunisian Chemical Society welcomes original contributions of fundamental research in all fields of the theory and practice of chemistry. In selecting manuscripts for publication, the editors place emphasis on the quality and originality of the work.

Related subjects » Chemistry - Inorganic Chemistry - Organic Chemistry

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    Chemistry Africa is a new international peer reviewed journal published by Springer on behalf of the Tunisian Chemical Society (TCS). The journal is seeking innovative research articles, reviews, and communications in all fields of Chemistry.

    Upon submission, authors are invited to provide novelty statements. Solicited manuscripts of interdisciplinary nature are highly encouraged. Submitted manuscripts will be scrutinized by the Executive Editor-in-Chief, Editors-in-Chief and Associate Editors before being submitted for peer reviewing.

    There are four main topics covered by the journal encompassing several subtopics as follows:

    Topic 1.  ORGANIC & ORGANOMETALLIC CHEMISTRY
    Topic 1.1. Design & Synthesis of Organic Architectures
    Topic 1.2. Medicinal & Natural Products
    Topic 1.3. Organometallic & Coordination Chemistry
    Topic 1.4. Bioconjugate& Bioanalytical Chemistry
    Topic 2.  INORGANIC, SOLID-STATE CHEMISTRY & CATALYSIS
    Topic 2.1.  Metals & Metal Alloys
    Topic 2.2. Ceramics & Glasses
    Topic 2.3.Crystallography
    Topic 2.4. Thermodynamics, Energetics & Process Engineering
    Topic 2.5. Catalysis
    Topic 3.  STRUCTURAL, ANALYTICAL & PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY
    Topic 3.1. Spectroscopy, Diffraction & Scattering Techniques
    Topic 3.2.  Computational Chemistry & Modelling
    Topic 3.3. Electrochemical Processes & Electroanalysis
    Topic 3.4. Water Sciences & Environment
    Topic 4.  ORGANIC MATERIALS & COMPOSITES
    Topic 4.1. Polymers, Colloids & Composites
    Topic 4.2. Nanomaterials & Nanostructures
    Topic 4.3. Surface Modification

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