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ANNOUNCEMENT: Deadline extension for the Quantum Computing and Quantum Information Storage themed collection

Due to the significant challenges being caused by the COVID-19 pandemic we would like to inform you that we are extending the submission deadline for the themed collection – the new deadline for submissions is 31 August 2020.

When you are ready to do so you can submit your article through our online system and indicate where requested that your manuscript is for the Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics (PCCP) themed collection on Quantum Computing and Quantum Information Storage, with Guest Editors:

John Doyle
Harvard University, USA
Anna Krylov (Associate Editor, PCCP)
University of Southern California, USA
Kang-Kuen Ni
Harvard University, USA

 

Quantum computing and information storage promise to revolutionize our information technology. Some basic theory of quantum computing has been established over the past two decades and researchers are on the cusp of quantum supremacy for truly useful systems. Yet, for quantum computing to become a reality we need to find a practical physical platform for realizing qubits with enough fidelity and depth to solve important problems. At present it is not clear what platform will succeed at this.

Molecules are a relative newcomer to the field (apart from the initial molecular NMR qubits that energized the field), but the power of such systems is easy to recognize with a myriad of internal quantum states and dipole coupling for quantum processing. The key goals are the ability to prepare, control, manipulate, and interrogate specific quantum states of interacting qubits, control their interactions and thus program an array of qubits. The current status quo in this field is reminiscent of the dawn of the first quantum revolution (which brought us GPS, MRI, and other amazing technologies): fundamental physics tells us that there are grounds for a powerful and transformative technology and informs us of what needs to be done to realize it, but the actual work and, consequently, the success of the entire endeavour is in the hands of scientists, who must find the right platform for qubits and the right physical tools to control them.

This topical collection will highlight physical chemistry/chemical physics aspects of quantum computing and quantum information storage and will welcome contributions from experimental and theoretical communities working on atomic, molecular, and optical aspects of emerging quantum information technology. Contributions focusing on application of quantum computing to physical problems are also welcome.

We welcome contributions of articles for this the collection including Communications, Full Papers and Perspectives. Please see our Author Guidelines for further information.

If you are interested in submitting a manuscript but are facing issues with the deadline or other aspects of the publishing process due to COVID-19, please get in touch to discuss options with the Editorial Office.

Deadline for submissions: 31 August 2020

Articles can be submitted via our website: mc.manuscriptcentral.com/pccp. Please mention on submission that your manuscript is intended for this themed collection.

All articles will be subject to our fair and impartial peer-review process in the normal way. Accepted articles will be published online in a citeable form as soon as they are ready.

Please contact the Editorial Office with any questions you may have.

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PCCP Prize winners selected for the 100th Chemical Society of Japan Annual meeting

To celebrate the Chemical Society of Japan’s annual meeting, for over ten years PCCP and the CSJ have partnered to select, commend and celebrate the outstanding achievements of young scientists in the community.

While sadly the 100th Annual meeting of the Chemical Society of Japan had to be cancelled due to COVID-19 developments, the PCCP Prize Certificates for Outstanding Achievement of Young Scientists in Physical Chemistry and Chemical Physics were selected and awarded as follows.

Prizes were awarded to:

Shinjiro Takano, Assistant Professor, The University of Tokyo

“Hydride-doped Gold Superatoms: Syntheses, Structures, and Transformations”

Ichiro Tanabe, Assistant Professor, Osaka University

“Development of Electrochemical Attenuated Total Reflectance Far-ultraviolet (EC-ATR-FUV) Spectroscopy”

Kiyoshi Miyata, Assistant Professor, Kyushu University

“Direct Observation of Ultrafast Electron/Structural Dynamics of molecule-based semiconductors for optoelectronics”

Yuma Morimoto, Assistant Professor, Osaka University

“Small Molecular Activation by Late-transition-metal Complexes”

 

Congratulations to the winners.

 

 

 

 

 

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2019 PCCP Emerging Investigator Lectureship: awarded to Dr Federico Calle-Vallejo!

In 2019, nominations were open to all and were made by leading researchers from around the world. After careful deliberation, Dr Federico Calle-Vallejo (University of Barcelona, Spain) was selected as the 2019 recipient by the PCCP Editorial Board. In addition, a number of the outstanding shortlisted nominees were selected and have been invited to contribute to the inaugural themed collection, which will be published in 2020.

Federico Calle-Vallejo is currently a Ramón y Cajal researcher at the University of Barcelona. Following an undergraduate degree in chemical engineering in Colombia at UPB, Dr Calle-Vallejo completed his PhD at the Technical University of Denmark with Jens K. Nørskov and Jan Rossmeisl. He has worked at both Leiden University with Marc Koper’s group, and at École Normale Supérieure de Lyon with Philippe Sautet’s group for several post-doctorates, following which he has returned to Leiden University as a Principal Investigator with a grant from the Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research (NWO).

Dr Calle-Vallejo’s research focuses on the structure-sensitive computational simulation of electrocatalytic reactions such as: oxygen reduction and evolution, hydrogen evolution, CO2 and CO reduction, CO oxidation and nitrate and NO reduction.

As part of the Lectureship Dr Calle-Vallejo will be awarded a travel bursary of £1000 to attend and present at a leading international event in 2020, where he will be presented his Lectureship award. Dr Calle Vallejo has also been invited to contribute a Perspective article to PCCP.

Many congratulations to Dr Calle-Vallejo on behalf of the PCCP Editorial Board, Office and Ownership Societies.

Nominations for the 2020 PCCP Emerging Investigator Lectureship and Themed collection will open next summer, keep up to date with latest journal news on the blogTwitternewsletter and e-TOC alerts.

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PCCP Cover Gallery: December 2019

 

Issue 48

Transition of interfacial capacitors in electrowetting on a graphite surface by ion intercalation

Biao Tang, Wan Shao, Jan Groenewold, Hao Li, Yancong Feng, Xuezhu Xu, Lingling Shui, Jitesh Barman and Guofu Zhou

Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 2019, 21, 26284 DOI:10.1039/C9CP04436A

Elucidating the structure and dynamics of CO ad-layers on MgO surfaces

Jefferson Maul, Giuseppe Spoto, Lorenzo Mino and Alessandro Erba

Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 2019, 21, 26279 DOI:10.1039/C9CP05418A

A multi-scale time-resolved study of photoactivated dynamics in 5-benzyl uracil, a model for DNA/protein interactions

Mohammadhassan Valadan, Enrico Pomarico, Bartolomeo Della Ventura, Felice Gesuele, Raffaele Velotta, Angela Amoresano, Gabriella Pinto, Majed Chergui, Roberto Improta and Carlo Altucci

Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 2019, 21, 26301 DOI:10.1039/C9CP03839F

The dual-defective SnS2 monolayers: promising 2D photocatalysts for overall water splitting

Batjargal Sainbileg, Ying-Ren Lai, Li-Chyong Chen and Michitoshi Hayashi

Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 2019, 21, 26292 DOI:10.1039/C9CP04649F

 

Issue 47

Understanding the structure and dynamics of cationic surfactants from studies of pure solid phases

Jeremy K. Cockcroft, André Shamsabadi, Han Wu and Adrian R. Rennie

Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 2019, 21, 25945 DOI:10.1039/C9CP04486H

Atomic order, electronic structure and thermodynamic stability of nickel aluminate

Ishfaque Elias, Aloysius Soon, Jun Huang, Brian S. Haynes and Alejandro Montoya

Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 2019, 21, 25952 DOI:10.1039/C9CP04325J

Superconductivity in an organometallic compound

Ren-Shu Wang, Liu-Cheng Chen, Hui Yang, Ming-An Fu, Jia Cheng, Xiao-Lin Wu, Yun Gao, Zhong-Bing Huang and Xiao-Jia Chen

Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 2019, 21, 25976 DOI:10.1039/C9CP04227J

Dependency of f states in fluorite-type XO2 (X = Ce, Th, U) on the stability and electronic state of doped transition metals

Qian Ding, Ruizhi Qiu and Bingyun Ao

Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 2019, 21, 25962 DOI:10.1039/C9CP04371C

 

Issue 46

Structural and electronic transport properties of a SiC chain encapsulated inside a SiC nanotube: first-principles study

Yi Mu, Cai Cheng, Cui-E Hu and Xiao-Lin Zhou

Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 2019, 21, 25548 DOI:10.1039/C9CP03945G

An investigation of free-energy-averaged (coarse-grained) potentials for fluid adsorption on heterogeneous solid surfaces

Srikanth Ravipati, Amparo Galindo, George Jackson and Andrew J. Haslam

Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 2019, 21, 25558 DOI:10.1039/C9CP02601K

Matrix infrared spectroscopy of F2BMF and FBWF2 (M = Cr, Mo and W) complexes and quantum chemistry calculations

Bing Xu, Wenjing Li, Zhen Pu, Wenjie Yu, Tengfei Huang, Juanjuan Cheng and Xuefeng Wang

Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 2019, 21, 25577 DOI:10.1039/C9CP04888J

Structure–thermodynamics relationship of schoepite from first-principles

Philippe F. Weck, Carlos F. Jové-Colón and Eunja Kim

Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 2019, 21, 25569 DOI:10.1039/C9CP04117F

 

Issue 45

Evidencing the relationship between isomer spectra and melting: the 20- and 55-atom silver and gold cluster cases

Mathias Rapacioli, Fernand Spiegelman and Nathalie Tarrat

Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 2019, 21, 24857 DOI:10.1039/C9CP03897C

Ultranarrow heterojunctions of armchair-graphene nanoribbons as resonant-tunnelling devices

F. Sánchez-Ochoa, Jie Zhang, Yueyao Du, Zhiwei Huang, G. Canto, Michael Springborg and Gregorio H. Cocoletzi

Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 2019, 21, 24867 DOI:10.1039/C9CP04368C

Controlled current confinement in interfaced 2D nanosensor for electrical identification of DNA

Fábio A. L. de Souza, Rodrigo G. Amorim, Wanderlã L. Scopel and Ralph H. Scheicher

Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 2019, 21, 24884 DOI:10.1039/C9CP03950C

A reaction density functional theory study of the solvent effect in prototype SN2 reactions in aqueous solution

Cheng Cai, Weiqiang Tang, Chongzhi Qiao, Peng Jiang, Changjie Lu, Shuangliang Zhao and Honglai Liu

Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 2019, 21, 24876 DOI:10.1039/C9CP03888D

 

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PCCP Cover Gallery: November 2019

 

Issue 44

Ligand stabilization of manganocene dianions – in defiance of the 18-electron rule

Monalisa Yadav, Hong Fang, Santanab Giri and Puru Jena

Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 2019, 21, 24300 DOI:10.1039/C9CP02331C

Highly sensitive optical ratiometric thermometry by exciting Eu3+/Tb3+‘s unusual absorption lines

Leipeng Li, Xudong Qi, Feng Qin, Lu Li, Hong Gao, Yangdong Zheng and Zhiguo Zhang

Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 2019, 21, 24308 DOI:10.1039/C9CP04094C

Two-dimensional NaxSiS as a promising anode material for rechargeable sodium-based batteries: ab initio material design

Thi Dung Pham, Huu Duc Luong, Kazunori Sato, Yoji Shibutani and Van An Dinh

Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 2019, 21, 24326 DOI:10.1039/C9CP03352A

QM/MM simulations of organic phosphorus adsorption at the diaspore–water interface

Prasanth B. Ganta, Oliver Kühn and Ashour A. Ahmed

Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 2019, 21, 24316 DOI:10.1039/C9CP04032C

 

Issue 43

 
Low energy (1–19 eV) electron scattering from condensed thymidine (dT) I: absolute vibrational excitation cross sections

Lemelin, A. D. Bass, P. Cloutier and L. Sanche

Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 2019, 21, 23808 DOI:10.1039/C9CP03447A

LuPO4:Yb phosphor with concerted UV and IR thermoluminescent emissions by quantum cutting at high temperatures

Justyna Zeler, Eugeniusz Zych and Joanna Jedoń

Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 2019, 21, 23826 DOI:10.1039/C9CP03169C

Investigation of the properties of nanographene in polymer nanocomposites through molecular simulations: dynamics and anisotropic Brownian motion

Anastassia N. Rissanou, Petra Bačová and Vagelis Harmandaris

Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 2019, 21, 23843 DOI:10.1039/C9CP02074H

Kerr gated Raman spectroscopy of LiPF6 salt and LiPF6-based organic carbonate electrolyte for Li-ion batteries

Laura Cabo-Fernandez, Alex R. Neale, Filipe Braga, Igor V. Sazanovich, Robert Kostecki and Laurence J. Hardwick

Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 2019, 21, 23833 DOI:10.1039/C9CP02430A

Issue 42

 
Glass polymorphism and liquid–liquid phase transition in aqueous solutions: experiments and computer simulations

Johannes Bachler, Philip H. Handle, Nicolas Giovambattista and Thomas Loerting

Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 2019, 21, 23238 DOI:10.1039/C9CP02953B

Unique reactivity of B in B[Ge9Y3]3 (Y = H, CH3, BO, CN): formation of a Lewis base

Naaresh Reddy, Rakesh Parida, R. Inostroza-Rivera, Arindam Chakraborty, Puru Jena and Santanab Giri

Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 2019, 21, 23301 DOI:10.1039/C9CP04361F

Computational and experimental approach to understanding the structural interplay of self-assembled end-terminated alkanethiolates on gold surfaces

Juganta K. Roy, Erick S. Vasquez, Henry P. Pinto, Swati Kumari, Keisha B. Walters and Jerzy Leszczynski

Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 2019, 21, 23320 DOI:10.1039/C9CP03613J

Externally driven molecular ratchets on a periodic potential surface: a rate equations approach

Hongqian Sang, David Abbasi-Pérez, José Manuel Recio and Lev Kantorovich

Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 2019, 21, 23310 DOI:10.1039/C9CP03478A

 

Issue 41

Enhancing C–C bond formation by surface strain: a computational investigation for C2 and C3 intermediate formation on strained Cu surfaces

Yu-Te Chan, I-Shou Huang and Ming-Kang Tsai

Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 2019, 21, 22704 DOI:10.1039/C9CP02977J

Conformational dynamics and interfacial interactions of peptide-appended pillar[5]arene water channels in biomimetic membranes

Yong Liu and Harish Vashisth

Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 2019, 21, 22711 DOI:10.1039/C9CP04408F

Factors for the emission enhancement of dimidium in specific media such as in DNA and on a clay surface

Ryosuke Nakazato, Keito Sano, Hiroyuki Ichihara, Tamao Ishida, Tetsuya Shimada and Shinsuke Takagi

Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 2019, 21, 22732 DOI:10.1039/C9CP03285A

The effect of different organic solvents and anion salts on sodium ion storage in cylindrical carbon nanopores

  1. S. Khan, A. V. Karatrantos, T. Ohba and Q. Cai

Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 2019, 21, 22722 DOI:10.1039/C9CP03332G

 

 

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Ruth Signorell, PCCP Associate Editor, celebrated with 2019 Mildred Dresselhaus Guest Professorship

PCCP are delighted to report that Ruth Signorell, Associate Editor has been awarded Mildred Dresselhaus Guest Professorship.

Ruth Signorell has been Professor at the Department of Chemistry and Applied Biosciences at ETH Zurich since November 2012. Her research group works in the area of spectroscopy of clusters and aerosol particles. The current focus is on photoelectron spectroscopy and optical trapping of single aerosol particles.

 A PCCP Associate Editor since 2016, Ruth considers submissions in her field of expertise: clusters and aerosols experimental physical chemistry.

Submit to Ruth now here.

 

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Celebrating International Women’s Day: by Anna Krylov

March 8, Year 2019:  International women day #108.

“Long gone are the days when women had to fight for the most basic rights, such as making their own financial and medical decisions, voting, or pursuing a degree or a profession of their choice. Yet, the gender equality remains elusive: All fun and rewarding careers remain male dominated, be it science, tech, finance, law, medicine, or entertainment. And within each profession, the representation of women at the top echelons is much lower than at the base of the pyramid. Why so? Professional leadership groups and scientists worldwide are looking for answers and trying to identify and remove the obstacles for the advancement of women.

“The Royal Society of Chemistry has recently published a report on “Breaking the barriers in which the reasons for the leaky pipeline in the UK academia are investigated. Consistently with similar studies, the main finding is that there is no single reason and, consequently, there is no simple solution.

“The report contains a number of recommendations and suggestions to funding agencies, institutions, and professional organizations. Some of them are no-brainers, like lowering the tolerance for harassment, improving the childcare options, and importance of mentoring . But other points raised in the report need to be, in my opinion, carefully considered. For example, the report’s critique of the current academic culture and funding models can be perceived as a suggestion that the expectations of scientific excellence and high productivity need to be lowered for women, which is of course untrue and unproductive.

“What I think we need to focus more on, is to identify what individual female researches can do to advance their own career. And what pitfalls they should try to avoid. An example of such positive and inner-looking write up is the Lean in” book by Sheryl Sandberg. Although I do not agree with all of its content, I find its general spirit empowering and specific advice useful.

“My personal opinion notwithstanding, the studies, discussions, and conversations about many different aspects of gender equality are important for us as a society.”

Find out more about “Breaking the barriers” here:

 

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Anna Krylov, PCCP Associate Editor, celebrated with Mildred Dresselhaus Guest Professorship

PCCP are delighted to report that Anna Krylov, Associate Editor has been awarded Mildred Dresselhaus Guest Professorship.

Researching “molecules and light”, Anna is currently spending her Guest Professorship sabbatical year at Universitat Hamburg.

 

“Hamburg is where theory and experiment together are pushing the frontiers of light science,” she says.

Anna Krylov believes that failures are instrumental to success. Credit: UHH/CUI, Adler

Read more about Anna, her motivations and her sabbatical plans here:

Maximal satisfaction comes from solving the hardest problems

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PCCP Associate Editor Henry F. Schaefer III awarded American Institute of Chemists Gold Award

First presented by the American Institute of Chemists (AIC) in 1926, the Gold Medal is the AIC’s highest
award. It recognizes service to the science of chemistry and to the profession of chemistry or chemical engineering in the United States. Previous winners include a number of Nobel laureates Glenn T. Seaborg and Herbert C. Brown, as well as other renowned researchers and scientists representing the many facets of the world of chemistry. Recent medalists include Ronald Breslow, Jacqueline Barton, Chad Mirkin, Stephen Lippard and Gerald Meyer.

PCCP is delighted to learn that Associate Editor Henry F. Schaefer III has been selected to receive the 2019 American Institute of Chemists Gold Medal.

Professor Henry F. Schaefer III is currently Graham Perdue Professor of Chemistry and Director of the Center for Computational Quantum Chemistry at the University of Georgia, USA. His research involves the use of state-of-the-art computational hardware and theoretical methods to solve important problems in molecular quantum mechanics.

Read his recent research:

Paper 
The reaction of alkyl hydropersulfides (RSSH, R = CH3 and tBu) with H2S in the gas phase and in aqueous solution
Linxing Zhang, Xinhao Zhang, Yun-Dong Wu, Yaoming Xie, Jon M. Fukuto and Henry F. Schaefer
Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 2019, Advance Article. DOI: 10.1039/C8CP05503C

Paper 
The bismuth tetramer Bi4: the ν3 key to experimental observation
Mitchell E. Lahm, Preston R. Hoobler, Justin M. Turney, Kirk A. Peterson and Henry F. Schaefer
Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 2018, 20, 21881-21889. DOI: 10.1039/C8CP03529F

Paper 
Vibrational frequencies, structures, and energetics of the highly challenging alkali metal trifluorides MF3 (M = Li, Na, K, Rb, and Cs)
Zhi Sun and Henry F. Schaefer
Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 2018, 20, 18986-18994. DOI: 10.1039/C8CP03434F

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Introducing PCCP’s new Editorial Board Chair David Rueda

David Rueda, Imperial College London, UK

Having served on the Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics (PCCP) Editorial Board as Deputy Chair, David looks forward to his new role as Editorial Board Chair.
 
“It’s an honour to Chair the Editorial Board of Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics in 2019.
 
“In this new role, I look forward to assisting the Editorial Board to maintain the high-quality standards of our journal.”
 
Submit your best physical chemistry, chemical physics and biophysical chemistry research today.

 

David’s research involves the development of quantitative single-molecule approaches to investigate the interactions between proteins and nucleic acids to elucidate the mechanism of complex biochemical reactions.

Find out more about David here or read his recent PCCP article:

Paper 
Reduced structural flexibility for an exonuclease deficient DNA polymerase III mutant
Hailey L. Gahlon, Alice R. Walker, G. Andrés Cisneros, Meindert H. Lamers and David S. Rueda
Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 2018, 20, 26892-26902. DOI: 10.1039/C8CP04112A

David has selected some of the most outstanding physical chemistry and chemical physics research from the past year to share with you. Read them now for free until the end of March 2019:

Paper
Consequences of Mg2+ binding on the geometry and stability of RNA base pairs
Antarip Halder, Rohit Roy, Dhananjay Bhattacharyya and Abhijit Mitra
Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 2018, 20, 21934-21948. DOI: 10.1039/C8CP03602K

Paper
Conformational changes of DNA induced by a trans-azobenzene derivative via non-covalent interactions
Hong Zhang, Haohao Fu, Xueguang Shao, Christophe Chipot, Antonio Monari, François Dehez and Wensheng Cai
Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 2018, 20, 22645-22651. DOI: 10.1039/C8CP03836H
 
Paper
Turn-off mode fluorescent norbornadiene-based photoswitches
Behabitu Ergette Tebikachew, Fredrik Edhborg, Nina Kann, Bo Albinsson and Kasper Moth-Poulsen
Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 2018, 20, 23195-23201. DOI: 10.1039/C8CP04329A

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