Chalcogen-rich polymers: open for submissions

Guest Editors Justin Chalker (Flinders University, Australia), Rongrong Hu (South China University of Technology, China) and Jeffrey Pyun (University of Arizona, USA) would like to extend an invitation to all researchers working on chalcogen-containing polymers, to contribute an article of their work to an exciting upcoming themed collection of Polymer Chemistry, dedicated to Chalcogen-rich polymers.

Submissions are open from now until 25 May 2022

Chalcogen-based polymers have seen a resurgence in interest over the last several years. Due to the versatile and intriguing chemistry of sulfur, selenium, and tellurium, polymers containing these elements have found diverse applications in polymer and material science. This themed collection will include synthesis and applications of chalcogen-rich polymers, as well as fundamental theoretical and mechanistic studies. Our aim is to celebrate progress in this area of polymer science and inspire new research.

If you wish to submit to the collection, please contact polymers-rsc@rsc.org to receive a personal submission link.

Please note all manuscripts must be within scope for the journal and will be subject to the journal’s standard rigorous peer review procedures, managed by the journal editors.

Accepted manuscripts will be added to the online collection as soon as they are online and they will be published in a regular issue of Polymer Chemistry.

If you have any questions, please contact us at polymers-rsc@rsc.org

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