Special Issue "ECSOC-11"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (28 February 2008) | Viewed by 42635
Interests: synthesis of compounds with biologic activity; synthesis of compounds with interest for agro-food field; solation, structural determination and synthesis of natural products; microwave organic reactions enhancement
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Special Issue in Molecules: ECSOC-12
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Special Issue in Molecules: ECSOC-17
Special Issue in Molecules: ECSOC-18
Special Issue in Molecules: ECSOC-19
Special Issue in Molecules: ECSOC-20
Special Issue in Molecules: ECSOC-21
Special Issue in Molecules: ECSOC-22
Special Issue in Molecules: ECSOC-23
Special Issue in Molecules: ECSOC-24
Special Issue in Molecules: ECSOC-25
Special Issue in Molecules: ECSOC-26
This will be the 11th meeting of ECSOC since 1997. All accepted papers will be posted as websites during 1–30 November 2007. Discussions in the form of e-mail exchanges or bulletin boards will be possible. The ECSOC-11 Proceedings will be published later online and as a CD-ROM edition. Posters presented at ECSOC-11 may be considered as preliminary communications of research results (or review papers) and may be published in another form later in any standard journal. At the authors discretion, contributions will be removed from the web-site after the end of the conference and not included in the online and CD-ROM ECSOC-11 Proceedings as a book (ISBN: 3-906980-19-7, to be published at the end of conference).
Authors are invited to publish their papers subsequently in Molecules (http://www.mdpi.org/molecules)
We accept only those papers presented at ECSOC-11 for consideration and publication in this special issue. An invitation was sent to the mailing list of ECSOC-11 on 3 December 2007.
It is fine to publish the same paper as presented at ECSOC-11. It is a normal practice to publish papers in a journal after presenting at a conference. However, if possible, please add as much as possible more data and experimental details. We would like to publish long papers, as a policy which can be found in the Editorial of Molecules at http://www.mdpi.org/molecules/edito96.htm. All papers will be peer-reviewed.
Deadline for article submission: 28 February 2008 (Papers can be continuously submitted, processed and if accepted, continuously published).