Annual Reports on the Progress of Chemistry Section B covers organic chemistry. The full range of research from theoretical organic chemistry through reaction mechanisms and synthetic methodology to natural products and bio-organic chemistry is included.
Applied Organometallic Chemistry publishes Full Papers, Reviews, Mini Reviews and Communications of scientific research in all areas of organometallic and metal-organic chemistry involving main group metals, transition metals, lanthanides and actinides. All contributions should contain an explicit application of novel compounds, for instance in materials science, nano science, catalysis, chemical vapour deposition, metal-mediated organic synthesis, polymers, bio-organometallics, metallo-therapy, metallo-diagnostics and medicine.
Asian Journal of Organic Chemistry is designed to be a top-ranked international research journal and publishes primary research as well as critical secondary information from authors across the world. The journal covers organic chemistry in its entirety. Authors and readers come from academia, the chemical industry, and government laboratories.
The main aim of the journal is to publish scientific work on the role of molecular asymmetry in both biologically active and non-biologically active molecules in respect to their pharmacological, biological, and chemical properties. Drugs, pesticides, and other xenobiotics will be a major interest. Papers on the chemistry (physiochemical, preparative synthetic, and analytical), pharmacology, clinical pharmacology, toxicology, and other biological aspects of chiral molecules will be published.
Heteroatom Chemistry is designed to bring together a broad, interdisciplinary group of chemists who work with compounds containing main-group elements of groups 13 through 17 of the Periodic Table and certain other related elements. The fundamental reactivity should, in all cases, be concentrated about the heteroatoms. It does not matter whether the compounds being studied are acyclic or cyclic; saturated or unsaturated; of a monomeric, polymeric or solid state nature; inorganic, organic or naturally occurring, so long as the heteroatom is playing an essential role. Also, both experimental articles and those based on computational chemistry are welcomed. In general, Heteratom Chemistry will not accept manuscripts based on classical heterocyclic chemistry (for which several special journals are available). It welcomes, however, interesting articles on heterocyclic systems beyond the scope of classical organic chemistry.
Since its inception in 1973, Heterocycles has provided a platform for the rapid exchange of research in the areas of organic, pharmaceutical, analytical, and medicinal chemistry of heterocyclic compounds.
The Journal of Heterocyclic Chemistry is interested in publishing research on all aspects of Heterocyclic Chemistry. A perusal of any issue will show that the majority of manuscripts submitted are on the synthesis and properties of heterocyclic compounds. Many of those studies include a short history of the biological and commercial applications of related compounds, and often include biological screening data corresponding to newly reported compounds. This strong connection between the preparation of heterocyclic compounds and their potential benefit to humanity is both welcomed and encouraged. One will also find articles related to physical organic chemistry studies on heterocyclic compounds, mechanistic studies of reactions leading to heterocyclic compounds and studies of the photophysical properties of heterocyclic compounds, just to name a few.
The Journal of Organic Semiconductors is an interdisciplinary journal whose focus is the science and technology of organic semiconducting materials. The journal publishes account of original research in all aspects of organic semiconducting materials, including molecular design and synthesis, processing, optoelectronic properties of organic materials, thin film growth and characterisation and electronic applications of organic semiconductors such as organic light emitting diodes, thin film transistors, photovoltaic cells, metal/semiconductor diode sensors and etc.
The Journal of Organometallic Chemistry has a long-standing tradition for publishing original papers dealing with theoretical aspects, structural chemistry, synthesis, physical and chemical properties including reaction mechanisms, and practical applications of organometallic compounds. Besides original papers, the Journal of Organometallic Chemistry publishes review articles communications and notes.
The Journal of Physical Organic Chemistry is the foremost international journal devoted to the relationship between molecular structure and chemical reactivity in organic systems. It publishes Research Articles, Reviews and Mini Reviews based on research striving to understand the principles governing chemical structures in relation to activity and transformation with physical and mathematical rigor, using results derived from experimental and computational methods. Physical Organic Chemistry is a central and fundamental field with multiple applications in fields such as molecular recognition, supramolecular chemistry, catalysis, photochemistry, biological and material sciences, nanotechnology and surface science.
The Journal of Porphyrins and Phthalocyanines (JPP) covers research in the chemistry, physics, biology and technology of porphyrins, phthalocyanines and related macrocycles. Research papers, review articles and short communications deal with the synthesis, spectroscopy, processing and applications of these compounds.
Methods in Organic Synthesis is an alerting service covering the most important current developments in organic synthesis. The information is available in a printed publication containing around 200 new reaction schemes each month, as a text-searchable web database, and as a structure searchable database (via Accelrys Ltd).
Organic & Biomolecular Chemistry brings together molecular design, synthesis, structure, function and reactivity in one journal. It publishes fundamental work on synthetic, physical and biomolecular organic chemistry as well as all organic aspects of: chemical biology, medicinal chemistry, natural product chemistry, supramolecular chemistry, macromolecular chemistry, theoretical chemistry, and catalysis.
Organic Letters serves as the international forum for the communication of important research in all branches of the theory and practice of: Organic chemistry (including organometallic and materials chemistry); Physical and theoretical organic chemistry; Natural products isolation and synthesis; New synthetic methodology; Bioorganic and medicinal chemistry.
Organic Preparations and Procedures International (OPPI) is a bimonthly publication aimed at the dissemination of information of particular importance to organic chemists engaged in synthesis. It is devoted to preparative organic chemistry, organometallic compounds, and procedures generally related to synthesis. The mission has always been to assist the practitioner by publishing reliable and reproducible procedures of the highest standards. OPPI has published articles in every area of preparative organic chemistry, from innovative new technology to nuts-and-bolts improvement in traditional synthesis. Along with experimental papers, the Journal publishes authoritative reviews on significant topics in synthesis.
The Journal reports original work in the broad field of process chemistry encompassing aspects of organic chemistry, catalysis, analytical chemistry, and chemical engineering, with special focus on the development and optimisation of chemical reactions and processes and their transfer to a larger scale, via large laboratory and pilot plant operations, for manufacture.
Organometallics records progress in one of the most active fields for organometallic, inorganic, organic, and materials chemists. Articles, communications, mini-reviews, and notes detail the synthesis, structure, bonding, chemical reactivity and reaction mechanisms, and applications of organometallic and organometalloidal compounds. Applications coverage includes organic and polymer synthesis, catalytic processes, and synthetic aspects of materials science and solid-state chemistry.
The purpose of Polycyclic Aromatic Compounds is to provide an international and interdisciplinary forum for all aspects of research related to polycyclic aromatic compounds (PAC). Topics range from fundamental research in chemistry (including synthetic and theoretical chemistry) and physics (including astrophysics), as well as thermodynamics, spectroscopy, analytical methods, and biology to applied studies in environmental science, biochemistry, toxicology, and industry.
Synthetic Communications presents communications describing new methods, reagents, and other synthetic work pertaining to organic chemistry with sufficient experimental detail to permit reported reactions to be repeated by a chemist reasonably skilled in the art. In addition, the Journal features short, focused review articles discussing topics within its remit of synthetic organic chemistry.