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American Chemical Society Spring '19

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Taylor & Francis partners with world-class authors, from leading scientists and researchers, to scholars and professionals operating at the top of their fields. Together, we publish in all areas of the Humanities, Social Sciences, Behavioural Sciences, Science, Technology and Medicine sectors. We are one of the world’s leading publishers of scholarly journals, books, eBooks, text books and reference works.

We are thrilled that you took the time to visit our booth for American Chemical Society Spring, and we hope you enjoy our featured selection of open access journals in chemistry as well as their most recently published articles. To view all of the open access journals we currently offer in not only chemistry, but in all subject areas, please follow the navigation below.

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Green Chemistry Letters and Reviews

Indexed in the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ), this open access journal publishes research on topics across the twelve principles of green chemistry, as well as on research, education, and the industrial implementation of green chemistry theories.

Our latest article is "Efficient one-pot catalyst-free synthesis of novel coumarin- spiro [indoline-3,4'-pyran] conjugates via three-component domino reaction in aqueous medium".

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Catalysis, Structure & Reactivity

This peer-reviewed, open access journal publishes original research papers, reviews and rapid communications on the physical chemistry and structure-function relationships of catalysts. It welcomes research articles which describe the development of new and improved catalysts.

Our latest article is "Hydrogen oxidation on oxygen-rich IrO2(110)".

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The Journal of Experimental Nanoscience

Provides a showcase for the advances in the experimental sciences underlying modern nanotechnology and nanomaterials. The journal covers all areas related to biochemistry, physics, chemistry, chemical, electrical and mechanical engineering, materials, pharmaceuticals and medicine.

Our latest article is "Ultrasensitive electrocatalytic detection of COX-2 rs20417: relying on 3D interconnected architecture of Pt-LSSUs@PAA nanostructures for sensor interface modification".

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Nanocomposites

This peer-reviewed, open access journal publishes original research papers, reviews and rapid communications on the composition, structure, properties, function and characterization of nanocomposites.

Our latest article is "Mechanical and thermal properties of cellulose nanofiber composites with nanodiamond as nanocarbon filler".

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Cogent Chemistry journal

Cogent Chemistry

A home for scientifically sound, fully open access and peer-reviewed research, Cogent Chemistry, part of the Taylor & Francis Group, offers authors a fast and affordable option for the publication of their work. The journal is broad in scope, publishing across all major branches of chemistry, from medicinal to materials and analytical to organic, and also welcomes negative results with sound hypotheses and methodology, and replication studies.

Our latest article is "Calibration development for nutritional evaluation of Yam (Dioscorea sp.) using Near-Infrared Reflectance Spectrophotometry (NIRS)".

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Why publish open access?

Open Access (OA) means your research is free to access online as soon as it is published, meaning anyone can read (and cite) your work. Increase readership, impact beyond your field, and retain the copyright to your article.

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