This Virtual Special Issue will shine a spotlight on innovative advances in electrochemistry at the interface with inorganic, organic, and organometallic chemistry. Submit your manuscript by March 29, 2024.
Electrochemistry research has enabled breakthroughs in chemical synthesis, catalysis, energy and fuel production, as well as the myriad of interfacing fields. Developments in electrochemistry revolutionized traditional organic and inorganic chemistry, and new research is making progress in improving sustainability and reducing the need for precious metal electrodes.
To shine a spotlight on innovative advances in electrochemistry at the interface with inorganic, organic and organometallic chemistry, ACS Organic & Inorganic Au is launching a new Virtual Special Issue entitled Electrochemical Explorations in Organic & Inorganic Chemistry.
We invite contributions of Articles, Letters, Reviews or Perspectives on all topics related to organic and inorganic electrochemistry, including (but not limited to):
- Electrochemical synthesis (e.g. coupling reactions, (de)methoxylation, (de)halogenation)
- New redox chemistry
- Studies of electrochemical mechanisms
- New electrocatalytic transformations
- Synthesis and design of new electrocatalysts
- Sustainable electrochemical and electrocatalytic processes
- Advances in electrolysis
- Molecular electrochemistry
- Studies of electrode processes
This Virtual Special Issue will be managed by:
Franc Meyer, Ph.D., Associate Editor, ACS Organic & Inorganic Au
Franc Meyer is a Professor of Chemistry at the Georg-August-Universität Göttingen, Germany, and is an Assocaite Editor for ACS Organic & Inorganic Au. Research in the Meyer group focuses on the activation of small molecules, on cooperative effects in bimetallic and multimetallic complexes.
Géraldine Masson, Ph.D., Deputy Editor, ACS Organic & Inorganic Au
Géraldine Masson is CNRS research director at the Institut de Chimie des Substances Naturelles (ICSN), France, and is the Deputy Editor of ACS Organic & Inorganic Au. Her research group focusses on new catalytic methods to synthesize biologically and optically active organic molecules.
Elodie Anxolabehere-Mallart, Ph.D., Guest Editor
Elodie Anxolabehere-Mallart is a CNRS Research Director at UMR-CNRS/Paris Diderot University, France, and Director of the Laboratory of Molecular Electrochemistry. Research in the Anxolabehere-Mallart group focuses on reactivity and catalysis using electron transfers.
Charles McCrory, Ph.D., Guest Editor
Charles McCrory is an Associate Professor of Chemistry and an Associate Professor of Macromolecular Science and Engineering at the University of Michigan, United States. Research in the McCrory group focuses on studying the mechanisms and kinetics of electrocatalytic transformations of small molecules for energy storage and environmental remediation using a combination of surface science and electrochemistry.
Timothy Noël, Ph.D., Guest Editor
Timothy Noël is a full Professor & Chair Flow Chemistry at Van’t Hoff Institute for Molecular Sciences, University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands, and sits on the Editorial Advisory Board for ACS Organic & Inorganic Au. Research in the Noël group focuses on the development of new catalytic strategies and technologies for chemical synthesis.
If your work is accepted, publications will go online as soon as possible and be published in the next available issue, before being gathered into a Virtual Special Issue in early 2024 and highlighted as a significant contribution to the field. Because ACS Organic & Inorganic Au is a fully open access journal, your paper will be available to anyone, at anytime, anywhere in the world.
Submissions are welcome through March 29, 2024. All articles will be peer reviewed prior to acceptance to ensure they fit the scope of the Virtual Special Issue and meet the high scientific publishing standards of ACS Organic & Inorganic Au. Peer review will be handled by the Deputy or Associate Editor for the journal.
The editors welcome interested authors to submit pre-submission inquiries to Prof. Franc Meyer (firstname.lastname@example.org), to ensure the suitability of the work prior to submission.
Article Processing Charges apply for publication in this fully open access journal. Please see our website for more information on Open Access Pricing, our ACS Country Discount & Waiver Policy, and ACS Read and Publish agreements.
How to Submit
Log in to the ACS Paragon Plus submission site.
- Choose ACS Organic & Inorganic Au as your journal.
- Select your manuscript type.
- Under the ‘Special Issue Selection’ menu, choose ‘Electrochemical Explorations in Organic & Inorganic Chemistry.'
Please see our Author Guidelines for more information on submission requirements.