ACS Catalysis is thrilled to be celebrating its first decade of publishing! Since launching in 2010, ACS Catalysis has received over 25,000 manuscript submissions, leading to more than 60,000 pages of catalytic insights and discoveries published since its inaugural issue in 2011.
The journal has achieved many impressive feats during its first 10 years, including being the first non-review-focused catalysis journal to cross the Journal Impact Factor 10 threshold and receiving the Association of American Publishers’ prestigious PROSE Award for “Best New Journal in Science, Technology & Medicine” in 2013.
Founding Editor-in-Chief Christopher W. Jones played a key role in establishing of ACS Catalysis within the global community. The journal’s editorial board has grown from only two Associate Editors 10 years ago to 18 in 2020. These Associate Editors are supported by dozens of members of the journal’s Early Career Advisory Board and Editorial Advisory Board. ACS Catalysis published at least a dozen topical and regional specific Special Issues, Virtual Issues, and Virtual Special Issues. Accounts articles were introduced to highlight the careers in catalysis of top scientists and the ACS Catalysis Lectureship for the Advancement of Catalytic Science is entering its tenth year (co-sponsored by the ACS Catalysis Science and Technology Division).
How is ACS Catalysis celebrating its first 10 years?
- Click the new infographic to download a full-sized copy of the building blocks of ACS Catalysis. Print and hang in your labs and home offices!
- A Virtual Issue focused on “Blurring the Lines Between Catalysis Subdisciplines.” ACS Catalysis continues to strive for topical breadth across heterogeneous catalysis, homogeneous molecular catalysis, biocatalysis, and enzymology.
- A series of 10th Anniversary Viewpoints from Editors and Editorial Advisory Board members:
Updates on the Roadmap for Photocatalysis
Michele Melchionna and Paolo Fornasiero
ACS Catal. 2020, 10, 10, 5493–5501
Manipulating Conformational Dynamics To Repurpose Ancient Proteins for Modern Catalytic Functions
Jasmine M. Gardner, Michal Biler, Valeria A. Risso, Jose M. Sanchez-Ruiz, and Shina C. L. Kamerlin
ACS Catal. 2020, 10, 9, 4863–4870
A Viewpoint on the Refinery of the Future: Catalyst and Process Challenges
Mohammed A. Alabdullah, Alberto Rodriguez Gomez, Jullian Vittenet, Anissa Bendjeriou-Sedjerari, Wei Xu, Ibrahim A. Abba, and Jorge Gascon
ACS Catal. 2020, 10, 15, 8131–8140
Metal-Organic Frameworks as a Good Platform for the Fabrication of Single-Atom Catalysts
Haigen Huang, Kui Shen, Fengfeng Chen, and Yingwei Li
ACS Catal. 2020, 10, 12, 6579–6586
Critical Practices in Rigorously Assessing the Inherent Activity of Nanoparticle Electrocatalysts
Sean T. Dix, Shawn Lu, and Suljo Linic
ACS Catal. 2020, 10, 18, 10735-10741
Activation of C–O and C–N Bonds Using Non-Precious-Metal Catalysis
Timothy B. Boit, Ana S. Bulger, Jacob E. Dander, and Neil K. Garg
ACS Catal. 2020, 10, 12109–12126
Activation of O2 and H2O2 by Lytic Polysaccharide Monooxygenases
Binju Wang, Zhanfeng Wang, Gideon J. Davies, Paul H. Walton, and Carme Rovira
ACS Catal. 2020, 10, 21, 12760–12769
Transition-Metal-Catalyzed Arene Alkylation and Alkenylation: Catalytic Processes for the Generation of Chemical Intermediate
T. Brent Gunnoe, William L. Schinski, Xiaofan Jia, and Weihao Zhu
ACS Catal. 2020, 10, 23, 14080–14092
Low-Temperature Methane Oxidation for Efficient Emission Control in Natural Gas Vehicles: Pd and Beyond
Dong Jiang, Konstantin Khivantsev, and Yong Wang
ACS Catal. 2020, 10, 23, 14304–14314
Stability and Redispersion of Ni Nanoparticles Supported on N-doped Carbons for the CO2 Electrochemical Reduction
Paulina Prslja and Nuria Lopez
ACS Catal. 2021, 11, 88–94