Aims & Scope
Current Physical Chemistry publishes research articles, full-length/mini reviews, and short reviews, and topical issues on the important recent developments in physical chemistry and allied disciplines.
The scope of the journal covers all areas of physical chemistry, including surface science, colloids and interfaces, thermodynamics, spectroscopy, molecular structure, solid state chemistry, catalysis, kinetics, theoretical chemistry, chemical physics and biophysical chemistry.
Current Physical Chemistry is an essential journal for every physical chemist who wishes to be kept informed and up-to-date with the latest and most important developments.
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Articles submitted between January 01st to August 31st, 2019 will be published as Open Access. Open Access publishing provides greater accessibility to the article. To view some of the Open access articles in the journal, please click here
Quick processing and publication of the submitted papers. The manuscript will be published online within 20 days of final acceptance.
30% discount on the single-issue cost to authors on the purchase of issue(s) in which their article is published.
Multiple issue copies at discounted rates.
It has been an exciting and wonderful journey with Bentham Science Publishers @ Current Physical Chemistry. The editorial team are very much co-operative and at the same time never compromised on the quality aspect of my submission. The unknown reviewers were meticulous with their review. Their comments & suggestions saw to it that my manuscript was presented more authentically.
Over all, I would conclude by saying, “Thank you Bentham- I have had a humbling experience”.
Ram Gopal Amballa
(Dr. V S Krishna Govt Degree (A) & PG College, India.)
Has contributed: Spectrophotometer Aided Kinetic, Mechanistic and Thermodynamic Study of Ruthenium(III) Catalysed Oxidation of Esmolol by Sulphate of Cerium(IV) in Aqueous Sulphuric Acid Medium