This Special Issue will showcase key contributions at the junction of inorganic and organic chemistry—in particular, those that expand upon fundamental research studies and push toward translational research for product development and manufacturing. Submit your manuscript by May 1, 2024.
Organometallic chemistry is a wide-ranging and ever-evolving discipline, providing seminal development of the science behind everyday products that help shape society. Organometallics captures these developments, bringing to light key contributions at the junction of inorganic and organic chemistry, in particular, those that expand upon fundamental research studies and push toward translational research for product development and manufacturing. This Special Issue on applied organometallic chemistry seeks to highlight these contributions, including in areas such as:
- Functional materials for solar-cells, displays, and sensors
- Catalysis for scalable organic synthesis
- Polymer science for textiles and consumer products
- Sustainable energy and fuel production
- Bioinorganic and medicinal chemistry for imaging and disease treatment
For illustrative examples of recent research in applied organometallic chemistry appearing in the journal, please see our recent Virtual Issue.
Prof. Paul Chirik, Princeton University, United States
Prof. Laurel Schafer, University of British Columbia, Canada
Prof. Marcus Drover, Western University, Canada
Prof. Saurabh Chitnis, Dalhousie University, Canada
Prof. Changle Chen, University of Science & Technology of China
Prof. Rianne Lord, University of East Anglia, United Kingdom
Dr. Chloé Thieuleux, CNRS CP2M Lyon, France
Manuscripts may be formatted as Full Articles or Communications. The inclusion of FAIR data and both positive and negative results is encouraged.
To submit your manuscript, visit the Organometallics website. Please follow the normal procedures for manuscript submission, and when on the ACS Paragon Plus submission site, select the special issue “Applied Organometallic Chemistry.” All manuscripts will undergo the normal peer review process. For additional submission instructions, please see the Organometallics Author Guidelines.
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