Call for papers: Themed issue – Coordination Chemistry in the Solid State

Find how you can submit to Dalton Transactions upcoming themed issue on Coordination Chemistry in the Solid State guest edited by Russell Morris……..

We are pleased to announce an upcoming themed issue on the topic of Coordination Chemistry in the Solid State, guest edited by Dalton Transactions Associate Editor Russell Morris. It is our pleasure to invite you to contribute to this themed issue.

Over the last decade or so there has a tremendous explosion of coordination chemistry in the solid state, with a particular focus on coordination polymers and metal-organic frameworks. Such materials offer great promise for many applications – from gas storage, separation and catalysis to biomedicine.  In this themed issue we aim to highlight the importance of coordination chemistry in the solid state to all aspects of this field, with contributions from experts in the field involved in either the fundamental synthesis of new solids or in the multidisciplinary application of these fascinating materials, and any coordination polymer chemistry anywhere in between.

How do I submit?

All types of manuscript, Communications, Full Papers and Perspectives, will be considered for publication. We aim to publish this themed issue in early 2012 and therefore would like to receive manuscripts by 20th October 2011. 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 subjected to the normal refereeing procedure.

Deadline for Submission: 20th October 2011

Please indicate on submission that your manuscript is intended for this themed issue and direct any questions to the Dalton Transactions Editorial Office

We invite you to also check out previous themed issues featuring in Dalton Transactions. Read them here now.

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