PCCP themed issue: Ultrafast Chemical Dynamics

PCCP themed issue: Ultrafast Chemical Dynamics
Guest Editors:
Neil T. Hunt (University of Strathclyde)
Klaas Wynne (University of Glasgow)

PCCP is delighted to announce the high-profile themed issue ‘Ultrafast Chemical Dynamics’. It is our pleasure to invite you to submit to this themed issue.

The themed issue will be published in PCCP in 2012 and will be displayed at relevant international conferences to maximise the visibility of the work published.

Deadline for Submissions: 14 November 2011

This themed issue will encompass the current state-of-the-art in ultrafast spectroscopy and its application to the chemical sciences. This field has made significant progress in recent years and now includes femtosecond X-ray techniques, multidimensional infrared and visible spectroscopy, terahertz spectroscopies, and surface-sensitive techniques with physical applications being found in gas, liquid, and solid phases covering a broad range of time and length scales.

Topics that will be covered include:

  • ultrafast dynamics of reaction in proteins
  • ultrafast structure and dynamics of liquids and solutions
  • ultrafast chemical processes at interfaces
  • ultrafast dynamics of electronically excited states
  • ultrafast atomic structure and dynamics in the solid state (fsXrays)

Manuscripts can be submitted in any reasonable format using our online submissions service. Submissions should be high quality manuscripts of original, unpublished research. Please indicate upon submission that your manuscript is intended for this themed issue.

Submit a paper to the Ultrafast Chemical Dynamics themed issue

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