This joint Special Issue with The Journal of Organic Chemistry and Organic Process Research & Development will feature work relevant to the broad field of industrial process chemistry. Submit your manuscript by August 1, 2024.
The Journal of Organic Chemistry (JOC) & Organic Process Research & Development (OPR&D) are announcing a joint Special Issue: Excellence in Industrial Organic Synthesis 2024. This unique compilation will feature work from research teams across the chemical enterprise, from the broad field of industrial process chemistry but also presenting academic results that are immediately relevant to industrial applications.
Research that capitalizes on industry-academic collaborations and work from start-up companies is welcome, especially strategies that address the question of how the chemical industry can develop next-generation value chains and processes for a sustainable future to tackle challenges in raw materials supply, energy demand, pollution prevention, and greenhouse emissions.
Topics include, but are not limited to:
- Synthetic methodologies
- Pharmaceutical development
- Fine and specialty chemicals
- Polymer chemistry and materials
- Agricultural chemicals
- Green and sustainable chemistry based on renewables and biocatalytic processes
Submissions are due by August 1, 2024.
Prof. Fener Chen, Guest Editor
Fudan University, China
Dr. Yining Chen, Guest Editor
Merck & Co, United States
Dr. James Murray, Guest Editor
Amgen, United States
Dr. Bernd Schaefer, Guest Editor
Dr. Shashank Shekhar, Guest Editor
AbbVie, United States
Accepted manuscripts for consideration in this Special Issue will include Full Articles (JOC and OPR&D) and Notes (JOC). Papers accepted for publication for this Special Issue will be available ASAP (as soon as publishable) online as soon as they are accepted and will be published in the next journal issue. After all submissions have been published, they will then be compiled online on a dedicated landing page to form the Special Issue. Manuscripts submitted for consideration will undergo the full rigorous peer review process expected from ACS journals.
How to Submit
- Log in to the ACS Paragon Plus submission site.
- Choose The Journal of Organic Chemistry or Organic Process Research & Development.
- Select your manuscript type, and under "Special Issue Selection," choose “Excellence in Industrial Organic Synthesis 2024.”
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