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The Solid State Chemistry section publishes significant advances across all fields of solid state chemistry. Emphasis is placed on the preparation, structure, and properties of the solid state, and on the reactivity of solid compounds and materials.
Research Areas include:
Bonding in solids
Computational techniques in solid state chemistry and heterogeneous catalysis
Control of crystal size and/or shape
Crystal growth mechanisms
Fundamentals of melting and dissolution
High-pressure solid state chemistry
In situ and operando studies
Reactivity of solids
Solid state chemistry and catalysis
Solid state chemistry of drugs
Solid state chemistry and electrochemistry
Solid state chemistry of materials
Solid state photochemistry
Solid state reactions
Stress and strain in solid state reactions
Supramolecular solid state chemistry
Surface and interfacial chemistry
Particular consideration should be given to new preparative techniques, new experimental techniques to monitor transformations involving solid compounds including in situ and operando, as well as to the control of solid state reactivity. Novel insights into materials chemistry, with an emphasis on bonding within solids, phase equilibria, including phase diagrams, are also welcome. Theoretical and computational studies are welcome provided they display real-world insights or applications. Any chemical, structural, thermodynamic, electronic, or magnetic properties and processes in solids should be clearly stated. Any research focusing solely on materials science without any deep chemical insight should be submitted to our sister journal Frontiers in Materials.
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Solid State Chemistry welcomes submissions of the following article types: Correction, Editorial, Field Grand Challenge, Original Research, Perspective, Review and Specialty Grand Challenge.
All manuscripts must be submitted directly to the section Solid State Chemistry, where they are peer-reviewed by the Associate and Review Editors of the specialty section.
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