Call for papers: Metal Extraction and Recycling

RSC Advances is delighted to announce a new themed collection titled ‘Metal Extraction and Recycling’. This collection is Guest Edited by Professor Jason Love (University of Edinburgh), Professor Alexandre Chagnes (University of Lorraine), Professor Isabelle Billard (Université Grenoble Alpes), Professor Magdalena Regel-Rosocka (Poznan University of Technology), Dr Euan Doidge (Imperial College London)


This themed collection aims to highlight the chemistry and chemical processes that underpin, and provide insight into, metal extraction and recycling. Metal recycling and extraction is an exciting and diverse topic for which fundamental chemical knowledge and its application are required. It is hoped that this collection would provide both greater awareness of the issues in metal extraction and recycling and showcase the advances provided by chemists and researchers in allied disciplines.

How to submit:

Both Papers and Review articles will be considered for this issue. All submissions will be subject to an initial assessment by Associate Editors and, if suitable for the journal, they will be subject to rigorous peer review to meet the usual high standards of RSC Advances.

Our APC is among the lowest in the industry and there are no submission charges. Discounts and waivers are offered to authors from developing countries.

If you would like to submit to this issue the manuscript should be prepared according to our article guidelines and submitted via our online system anytime before the submission deadline of 21 December 2022. During submission, authors will be asked if they are submitting for a themed collection and should include the name of the themed collection. If you would like to submit but require additional time to prepare your article, please do let us know by contacting the journal.

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