RSC Advances 10th Anniversary collections: Computational chemistry

Looking back over the last 10 years, we would like to share with you some of the very best articles that have been published in RSC Advances. Many of these papers have been cited hundreds of times, providing valuable advances for further research, and some continue to be among the journal’s most downloaded articles as of today. Over the years, new findings in chemistry have been published in the journal but there are also high quality reviews – they truly are gifts between researchers serving as valuable sources of information for anyone needing an update or is new to a field.

Do you have a great idea for a review? Will you be the author of our next historical paper? Please share it with the world, we welcome work in every area of the chemical sciences and related disciplines – free to read and access for everyone who needs it.

We hope you enjoy our 10th Anniversary collections!

RSC Advances Editorial team


Highlighted articles

Graphene oxide and its reduction: modeling and experimental progress
Shun Mao, Haihui Pu and Junhong Chen
Review, 2012


A new C–C bond formation model based on the quantum chemical topology of electron density
Luis R. Domingo
Review, 2014


Experimental and computational studies of a graphene oxide barrier layer covalently functionalized with amino acids on Mg AZ13 alloy in salt medium
N. Palaniappan, I. S. Cole, A. E. Kuznetsov, Balasubramanian K. and K. R. Justin Thomas
Article, 2019


Identifying misbonded atoms in the 2019 CoRE metal–organic framework database
Taoyi Chen and Thomas A. Manz
Article, 2020


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