Experimental papers are expected to be brought into relation with theory, and theoretical papers should be connected to present or future experiments. In addition to regular research papers, Chemical Physics publishes invited perspectives articles called ChemPhys Perspectives and Special Thematic Issues.
Basis set for correlated wave-functions, 72 1[9 citations] By the standards of chemical physics these are huge numbers of citations and all of these papers should be considered pivotal. Articles are welcome that deal with problems of electronic and structural dynamics, reaction mechanisms, fundamental aspects of catalysis, solar energy conversion and chemical reactions in general, involving atoms, molecules, proteins, clusters, surfaces, interfaces and bulk matter.
Further extensions of Gaussian-type basis sets for use in molecular-orbital studies of organic molecules, 56 5[10 citations] R. Dunning, Gaussian basis sets for use in correlated molecular calculations.
The publishing rate remained fairly stably at this level until aboutwhen it climbed up again reaching a maximum of articles published in The atoms boron through neon and hydrogen, 90 2, [18 citations] H. Reports on new methodologies and comprehensive assessments of existing ones, as well as applications to new types of problems are especially welcome.
Van Gunsteren et al, Molecular dynamics with coupling to an external bath, 81 8, [15 citations] T. Simpson, Coherent X-ray scattering for hydrogen atom in hydrogen molecule, 42 9[10 citations] W.
The number of articles published per year was about in the s and decreased to about during second world war. Highlights[ edit ] According to the Web of Science database, as to 15 Marcha total ofarticles have been published in the Journal of Chemical Physics.
Seeger et al, Self-consistent molecular-orbital methods. Each Chemical Physics Special Issue provides a snapshot of the leading edge in current research of a particular field in chemical physics, and contains invited articles by specialists in that field.
Pople, Self-consistent molecular-orbital methods. Wadt, Ab initio effective core potentials for molecular calculations - Potentials for K to Au including the outermost core orbitals, 82 1, [11 citations] R. Read more Criteria for publication in Chemical Physics are novelty, quality and general interest in experimental and theoretical chemical physics and physical chemistry.
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Madura et al, Comparison of simple potential functions for simulating liquid water, 79 2[19 citations] T. As to 15 March and according to Web of Science, the ten most cited articles published in the Journal of Chemical Physics are: Rosenbluth, Equation of state calculations by fast computing machines21 6[19 citations] W.
In addition, manuscripts describing analytical procedures that use established spectroscopic techniques, such as for sample characterization, will not be accepted for publication, even if they appear new or improved with respect to procedures previously used.Read the latest articles of Chemical Physics at mint-body.com, Elsevier’s leading platform of peer-reviewed scholarly literature.
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