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Inorganic Chemistry

A section of Molecules (ISSN 1420-3049).

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The Inorganic Section of Molecules (ISSN 1420-3049) covers all fundamental and applied aspects of inorganic chemistry on discrete and condensed matter inorganic compounds and materials. Coverage includes studies on the synthesis of new compounds and materials, the characterization of their structures by experimental and theoretical means, and the exploration of their chemical and physical properties, as well as applications. Studies aimed at establishing the structure–property relationships in known compounds and materials are also important subjects covered in the Inorganic Section.

Publications in this section will include original and innovative studies and applications that will enrich knowledge of inorganic chemistry in the form of full length articles, communications of current interest, and review articles on topics of emerging interest from leading scientists. Special Issues on hot topics will also be published in the Inorganic Section.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

  • Synthesis of inorganic and organic/inorganic hybrid compounds
  • Studies of mixed-valence compounds
  • Molten-salt-mediated and hydrothermal-reaction methods
  • Studies of rare-earth compounds and their properties
  • Development of nanomaterials and semiconductor materials
  • Photocatalysts for hydrogen production and photo-oxidation
  • Synthesis of nanoporous materials and composites
  • Inorganic biomaterials composites for energy applications
  • Studies of optical and magnetic compounds and materials
  • Studies of superconducting, multiferroic and thermoelectric materials
  • Investigation of linear and nonlinear optical properties
  • Theoretical and computational studies of structure–property relationships

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