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Critical Reviews in Analytical Chemistry
Interdisciplinary reviews on analytical chemistry and related measurement sciences, focusing on recent and future developments and the field’s status
International Journal of Environmental Analytical Chemistry
Research on organic, inorganic, and radioactive pollutants and investigation of metabolic breakdown patterns in environment and biological samples
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International Journal of Polymeric Materials and Polymeric Biomaterials
Research on polymeric biomaterials, biomedical polymers, and biocompatible nanopolymers, and controlled release technology and applications
Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health, Part A
Rsearch in the fields of environmental sciences, public health, and toxicology, including risk assessment, environmental pollutants, and mutagenesis
Preparative Biochemistry & Biotechnology
Works on preparative techniques in life sciences disciplines like biochemistry and biotechnology (isolation, extraction, purification, and enrichment)
Journal of Wood Chemistry and Technology
Research on synthesis, characterization, and uses of wood-based polymers, chemicals, materials and technology, and biomass chemistry and conversion
Journal of Biomaterials Science, Polymer Edition
Research on properties of polymeric biomaterials, including polymers for drug delivery, tissue engineering, large molecules in living organisms like DNA