Journal of Physical Chemistry B

Publisher
American Chemical Society
Country
United States
History
1997-present }} The Journal of Physical Chemistry B is a Peer review peer-reviewed scientific journal that covers research on several fields of material chemistry (macromolecules, soft matter, and surfactant s) as well as statistical mechanics , thermodynamics , and biophysical chemistry . It has been published weekly since 1997 by the American Chemical Society . Due to the growing amount of research in the fields it covers, the journal was split into two at the beginning of 2007, with the Journal of Physical Chemistry C specializing in nanostructure s, the structures and properties of surfaces and interfaces, electronics , and related topics. According to the Journal Citation Reports , the journal s 2010 impact factor is 3.603.
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Keeping the ions close: A new activity

Improving chemical reactions ranging from refining oil to building longer-lasting batteries means understanding the chemistry of acids and bases. Researchers discovered that when a strong acid such as hydrochloric acid (HCl) ...

dateAug 11, 2015 in Materials Science
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The next step in DNA computing: GPS mapping?

Conventional silicon-based computing, which has advanced by leaps and bounds in recent decades, is pushing against its practical limits. DNA computing could help take the digital era to the next level. Scientists are now ...

dateMay 06, 2015 in Materials Science
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Studying dynamics of ion channels

Scientists from the Vaziri lab at the Vienna Biocenter, together with colleagues at the Institute for Biophysical Dynamics at the University of Chicago, have developed a method using infrared spectroscopy and atomistic modeling ...

dateMay 18, 2015 in Biochemistry
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Gummy bears under antiparticle fire

Gelatin is used in the pharmaceutical industry to encapsulate active agents. It protects against oxidation and overly quick release. Tiny pores in the material have a significant influence on this, yet they are difficult ...

dateDec 29, 2014 in General Physics
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Liquid water fails to keep ions apart

When hydrochloric acid is added to water, the positively and negatively charged ions don't flee from each other, according to scientists at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory and Argonne National Laboratory. Conventional ...

dateOct 10, 2014 in Materials Science
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Acid ions are more than spectators

(Phys.org) —X-ray absorption fine structure (EXAFS) measurements carried out at the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE's) Advanced Photon Source, coupled with state-of-the-art density functional theory (DFT) simulations reveal ...

dateAug 07, 2014 in Materials Science
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