Advances in Chemical Physics
|Advances in Chemical Physics|
|Discipline||Chemistry & Physics|
|Edited by||Aaron R. Dinner|
|Publisher||John Wiley & Sons (United States)|
|Frequency||about once (or twice) a year|
Advances in Chemical Physics (abbreviation: Adv. Chem. Phys.) is a peer reviewed, scientific journal in the fields of chemistry and physics and related interdisciplinary fields (e.g. biophysics). The form of each publication is a book made of chapters, where all the chapters in a specific book are of a particular field. Every chapter comes from an established scientist in the subject of the book. The books are usually published once (or twice) a year. Examples for the topics covered include:
- Special Volume in Memory of Ilya Prigogine: Advances in Chemical Physics, Volume 135, based on the symposium
'Time, Irreversibility and Self-Organization', University of Brussels, December 2–3, 2004.
- Advances in Chemical Physics, Volume 145: Advancing Theory for Kinetics and Dynamics of Complex, Many-Dimensional Systems: Clusters and Proteins
- Advances in Chemical Physics, Volume 146: Single Molecule Biophysics: Experiments and Theories
The publisher of Advances in Chemical Physics is John Wiley & Sons.
- Aaron Dinner, Dinner Group, University of Chicago