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Liquids publishes Special Issues to create collections of papers on specific topics, with the aim of building a community of authors and readers to discuss the latest research and develop new ideas and research directions. Special Issues are led by Guest Editors, who are experts on the topic and all Special Issue submissions follow MDPI's standard editorial process. The journal’s Editor-in-Chief and/or designated Editorial Board Member will oversee Guest Editor appointments and Special Issue proposals, checking their content for relevance and ensuring the suitability of the material for the journal. The papers published in a Special Issue will be collected and displayed on a dedicated page of the journal’s website. Further information on MDPI's Special Issue polices and Guest Editor responsibilities can be found here. For any inquiries related to a Special Issue, please contact the Editorial Office.

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Nanocarbon-Liquid Systems submission deadline 31 Aug 2024 | 3 articles | Viewed by 4344 | Submission Open
Keywords: nanocarbon systems; fullerenes; graphene; carbon nanotubes; nanodiamonds; liquids of different nature; colloidal stability; nanotechnologies; environmental science; application in medicine
(This special issue belongs to the Section Chemical Physics of Liquids)
Energy Transfer in Liquids
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submission deadline 31 Dec 2024 | 1 articles | Viewed by 909 | Submission Open
Keywords: energy transfer; molecular liquids; ionic liquids; liquid mixtures; energy dissipation; molecular dynamics; non-equilibrium processes; thermalization; excitation energy transfer; vibrational energy transfer; relaxation dynamics; thermal diffusion; conductivity; convection
Solubility and Solubilization of Drugs: Modeling and Thermodynamic Analysis submission deadline 31 Jan 2025 | 3 articles | Viewed by 4099 | Submission Open
Keywords: solubility; solubilization; modeling; thermodynamics; co-solvency; preferential solvation; drugs; molecular interactions; phase equilibria
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