Call for Papers: Polyoxometalates

Find how you can submit to Dalton Transactions upcoming themed issue on polyoxometalates…

We are pleased to announce an upcoming themed issue on Polyoxometalates, guest edited by Leroy Cronin and Deliang Long. It is our pleasure to invite you to contribute to this themed issue.
 
During the last few years, poloyoxometalate (POM) chemistry has growth significantly. Thanks to its versatile nature in terms of structure, size, redox chemistry, photochemistry, and charge distribution, POM chemistry is one of the areas in inorganic chemistry that is developing most rapidly. Today, developments in POM research continue at a great pace, and new areas are emerging that are multidisciplinary, and exploit the great structural and electronic diversity of POM-based systems. The future of POM chemistry has many exciting new dimensions, interacting with materials, nanotechnology, biology, surfaces, catalysis, supramolecular materials, colloid science, and electronic materials. This Dalton Transactions themed issue will highlight to the inorganic research community the latest and very best research in POM chemistry.
 
 
 
 
 
How to submit?
All types of manuscript, Communications, Full Papers and Perspectives, will be considered for publication. We aim to publish this themed issue in the second half of 2012 and therefore would like to receive manuscripts by 28th February 2012. The manuscript should be prepared according to the format for regular articles and should be submitted via our online system. All invited manuscripts will be subject to the normal refereeing procedure.
 
Read some recently published polyoxometalate articles:
 
 
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