Highlights from the ACES journals (October 2019)
Chemistry – An Asian Journal: Special Issue on Metal-Organic Frameworks and Their Applications
Guest-edited by Parimal Kanti Bharadwaj (IIT Kanpur, India), Pingyun Feng (University of California, Riverside), Stefan Kaskel (Technische Universität Dresden and Fraunhofer IWS), and Qiang Xu (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology), this Special Issue serves as a portal to the field of MOFs and their various applications in the field of chemistry and materials science. Enjoy free access until the end of December 2019
Very Important Paper
Title: Two Stable Heterometal-MOFs as Highly Efficient and Recyclable Catalysts in the CO2 Coupling Reaction with Aziridines
Authors: Bin Zhao et al. from Nankai University, China
Asian Journal of Organic Chemistry: Special Issue dedicated to researchers in Korea
AsianJOC, the official journal of the Korean Society of Organic Synthesis (KSOS), organized a special issue to honor the outstanding work of organic chemists in South Korea. The issue was published online right on time for the 124th General Meeting of Korean Chemical Society (KCS), held in Changwon, South Korea, from October 16 to 18, 2019, and it was guest edited by Professor Hyun-Joon Ha, President of the KCS and AsianJOC Editorial Board member. The entire issue is free to read until the end of 2019.
The editors of AsianJOC regularly represent the journal at conferences around the world, to connect with the organic chemistry community on a personal level. Apart from the usual live interactions on Twitter (@AsianJOrgChem, @AndreiXDragan), a conference blog was put together, to summarize some of the key points. Check it out here!
ChemNanoMat: Very Important Paper
ChemNanoMat recently published a VIP paper from Apurba K. Das (Indian Institute of Technology Indore) entitled "Electrochemically Facile Hydrogen Evolution Using Ruthenium-Encapsulated Two-Dimensional Covalent Organic Frameworks". Read all about this top research here.
Chemistry – An Asian Journal, Asian Journal of Organic Chemistry, ChemNanoMat: Explore top papers by country
The ACES journals Chemistry – An Asian Journal, Asian Journal of Organic Chemistry, and ChemNanoMat are committed to scientific excellence and the highest standard in publication. You can now explore the research from top-accessed authors in your country and the rest of the world. Click here and enjoy free access until December 31, 2019.
Chemistry – An Asian Journal: Very Important Papers
Enjoy free access until the end of October 2019!
Title: Monitoring Fluorescence Response of Amphiphilic Flapping Molecules in Compressed Monolayers at the Air–Water Interface
Authors: Waka Nakanishi, Shohei Saito and Katsuhiko Ariga et al. from Japan
Title: Metallosupramolecular Architectures of Ambivergent Bis(Amino Acid) Biphenyldiimides
Authors: Stephanie A. Boer and David R. Turner from Australia
Title: Proton-Coupled Electron Transfer Induced by Near-Infrared Light
Authors: Shigeyuki Masaoka et al. from Japan
Title: PBA@POM Hybrids as Efficient Electrocatalysts for the Oxygen Evolution Reaction
Authors: Huan Pang et al. from China
Readers’ Choice 2019
The ACES journals have recently published a new series of Special Collections showcasing the most-important articles published in Chemistry – An Asian Journal, the Asian Journal of Organic Chemistry, and ChemNanoMat. The 2019 editions provide quick access to the most-read and most-cited articles from 2017 and 2018. All articles in these collections will be free to read until the end of 2019.
- Readers' Choice Chemistry – An Asian Journal
- Readers' Choice Asian Journal of Organic Chemistry
- Readers' Choice ChemNanoMat
Chemistry – An Asian Journal: The First Asian Conference on Porphyrins, Phthalocyanines and Related Materials
From left to right: Prof. Yongshu Xie, Dr. Qizhao Li, Prof. Jianfeng Li, Prof. Junlong Zhang, Dr. Eric Wang
The First Asian Conference on Porphyrins, Phthalocyanines and Related Materials (ACPP-1) was held successfully at the University of Chinese Academy of Sciences in Beijing between 23-26 August. Chemistry – An Asian Journal was involved in giving out three awards: two Wiley-ACES Excellent Young Professor awards (Prof. Jianfeng Li 李剑峰, University of Chinese Academy of Sciences and Prof. Junlong Zhang 张俊龙, Peking University) and one Wiley-ACES Rising Star award (Dr. Qizhao Li 李其兆, East China University of Science and Technology).