Advances in Chemical Physics

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Advances in Chemical Physics  
Discipline Chemistry & Physics
Language English
Edited by Aaron R. Dinner
Publication details
Publisher
John Wiley & Sons (United States)
Frequency about once (or twice) a year
5.972
Indexing
ISSN 0065-2385 (print)
1934-4791 (web)
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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


Since the first book in 1958 and until 2010, either Ilya Prigogine or Stuart A. Rice acted as series editor. Since 2011, the series editor is Aaron R. Dinner.[1]

The publisher of Advances in Chemical Physics is John Wiley & Sons.

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  1. ^ Aaron Dinner, Dinner Group, University of Chicago