Physical Chemistry Research

Aims:

The motivation for this new journal is the tremendous increasing of useful articles in the field of Physical Chemistry and the related subjects in recent years, and the need of communication between Physical Chemists, Physicists and Biophysicists. We attempt to establish this fruitful communication and quick publication.

High quality original papers in English dealing with experimental, theoretical and applied research related to physics and chemistry are welcomed. This journal accepts your report for publication as a regular article, review, and Letter. Review articles discussing specific areas of physical chemistry of current chemical or physical importance are also published. Journal of the physical chemistry research ensures visibility of your research results to a worldwide audience in science. All contributions in the form of original papers or short communications will be peer reviewed and published free of charge after acceptance.

Please submit your paper as an attached WORD file to www.physchemres.org website, hoping to be published very soon. Our mission is to contribute world improvement with honor publishing your new discoveries.

 

Subjects of Interest:

Thermodynamics, Statistical Mechanics, Statistical Thermodynamics, Molecular Spectroscopy, Quantum Chemistry, Computational Chemistry,  Physical Chemistry of Life Sciences, Surface Chemistry, Catalysis, Physical Chemistry of Electrochemistry, Kinetics, Nanochemistry and Nanophysics,  Liquid Crystals, Ionic Liquid, Photochemistry, Experimental article of Physcal chemistry. Mathematical Chemistry.

Policy  

Submissions of manuscript from all countries are welcome and will be reviewed by at least two expert referees. Accepted manuscripts are electronically published through the site free of charge. In order to promote research worldwide and improve the personal impact factor, this journal let researchers around the world have full access to all the published articles and download them for free. 

 

Website:

http://www.physchemres.org/