Essential Chem

About Essential Chem

Essential Chem is a new international, peer-reviewed, fully open access journal publishing reproducible multidisciplinary chemistry research. The journal aims to break down siloed specialisms by bringing together chemists at all career stages, to foster better collaboration and information sharing across the greater chemistry community.

Accepting original research, reviews, rapid communications, data notes, article commentaries, comments, and methods, Essential Chem also welcomes negative results and replication studies.

We believe dissemination of all chemistry research provides value to the community and therefore accept your research—whether sound science or novel and innovating research.

Green and sustainable research is encouraged, as are proposals for themed collections and Letters to the Editor that discuss analysis of articles previously published in Essential Chem.

Taylor & Francis are currently supporting a 100% APC discount for all authors until the end of 2024, plus VAT or other local taxes where applicable in your country. There is no submission charge.

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                Meet the editor

                Thomas Albrecht-Schönzart is a University Distinguished Professor and Director of the Nuclear Science & Engineering Center at the Colorado School of Mines. He is also jointly appointed as a Scientist at Los Alamos National Laboratory.

                He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry and the AAAS and winner of several American Chemical Society awards including the Glenn T. Seaborg Award for Nuclear Chemistry.

                His research interests center on chemistry, physics, and materials science of radioactive elements, especially heavy elements like berkelium and californium.

                Professor Albrecht-Schönzart received his Ph.D. in Chemistry from Northwestern University and was a post-doctoral fellow at the University of Illinois.

                Thomas Albrecht-Schönzart
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                Questions about open access?

                Find out more about the publishing process for open access journals at our dedicated site for the step-by-guide to publication.

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                Ready to submit?

                Find out how to submit your paper by reading the Instructions for Authors.