NJC Issue 11 online – in honour of Bernard Meunier

NJC  is delighted to announce that NJC issue 11 is available online.

This month’s issue features 27 contributions dedicated to Bernard Meunier, on the occasion of his official retirement from the CNRS (Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique) in France.

This collection includes high quality articles on a diverse range of topics, including molecular chemistry, dendrimers, nanostructures, organometallic chemistry and catalysis. The issue was guest edited by Azzedine Bousseksou and Jean-Pierre Majoral (CNRS, Toulouse, France). You can read the Editorial to find out more.

In addition to the 44 Full papers and 9 Letters covering a different area of research, issue 11 contains 1 Focus and 3 Perspectives reviews – these review articles are free to access for 4 weeks.

 

Focus

Nanoparticles of molecule-based conductors
Dominique de Caro, Lydie Valade, Christophe Faulmann, Kane Jacob, Diane Van Dorsselaer, Imane Chtioui, Lionel Salmon, Abdelaziz Sabbar, Souad El Hajjaji, Emile Pérez, Sophie Franceschi and Jordi Fraxedas, DOI: 10.1039/C3NJ00555K

Perspectives

Dendrimers as macromolecular tools to tackle from colon to brain tumor types: a concise overview
Serge Mignani and Jean-Pierre Majoral, New J. Chem., 2013, 37, 3337;
DOI: 10.1039/C3NJ00300K

Positively charged phosphorus dendrimers. An overview of their properties
Anne-Marie Caminade and Jean-Pierre Majoral, DOI: 10.1039/C3NJ00583F

Organometallic approach for the synthesis of nanostructures
Catherine Amiens, Bruno Chaudret, Diana Ciuculescu-Pradines, Vincent Collière, Katia Fajerwerg, Pierre Fau, Myrtil Kahn, André Maisonnat, Katerina Soulantica and Karine Philippot, DOI: 10.1039/C3NJ00650F

 

We hope that you will find NJC issue 11 fun and thought-provoking!


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