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DALTON TRANSACTIONS 期刊简介
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Dalton Transactions is a journal for all areas of inorganic chemistry, which encompasses the organometallic, bioinorganic and materials chemistry of the elements, with applications including synthesis, catalysis, energy conversion/storage, electrical devices and medicine. Dalton Transactions welcomes high-quality, original submissions in all of these areas and more, where the advancement of knowledge in inorganic chemistry is significant. Specific guidance for some areas of our scope is given below. Solid-state inorganic materials (including nanomaterials): We encourage work in the area of solid-state, materials and nano-chemistry that includes a significant inorganic chemistry component. Contributions could include the synthesis, characterisation, and applications of new inorganic or inorganic-organic hybrid solids, together with studies of their properties. However, studies of properties of known compounds are only encouraged if there is a clear advance in the inorganic chemistry, and where this forms a major component of both the novelty and significance in the paper. Catalysis: Studies that utilize well-characterized inorganic and organometallic compounds as catalysts for chemical transformations are welcome but must emphasize the advancement of knowledge in inorganic chemistry. This would include catalyst design and synthesis, structure-activity relationships and/or mechanistic studies. Work reporting new catalysts for well-studied reactions must contextualize the reported results within the state-of-the-art to demonstrate impact and advancement. Studies that generate ill-defined species in situ and/or report tables of catalytic data without appropriate comparison with existing catalysts will not be considered at Dalton Transactions. Bioinorganic and medicinal inorganic chemistry: We welcome work on model compounds of metalloenzymes and biologically active inorganic compounds, including reports on their synthesis, characterization and studies of their applications. Spectroscopic or computational work on metalloenzymes, or pure biochemical, biological, or biomedical studies on inorganic compounds are only encouraged if they clearly relate to specific properties of the metals or metalloid elements involved, and significantly further our understanding of inorganic chemistry. The same applies to papers related to the sensing and visualization of biorelevant metal ions. Such work is expected to have its focus on inorganic aspects and must completely characterize the inorganic compounds involved. Theoretical and computational studies: We welcome studies that report new models of reactivity, selectivity, bonding or structure, or new computational methods, that have relevance for the design of subsequent experiments. This is most clearly demonstrated by the description of testable predictions derived from the results of the reported theoretical work; the tests of these predictions could be contained in the same paper in which the predictions are described. Computational research that merely reproduces experimental data is not normally suitable for Dalton Transactions.

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道尔顿学报是无机化学的所有领域的期刊,包括有机金属、生物无机和材料化学的元素,应用包括合成、催化、能量转换/储存、电气设备和医学。道尔顿学报欢迎在所有这些领域以及更多领域提交高质量的原始材料,在这些领域中,无机化学知识的进步是重要的。下面给出了我们范围内某些领域的具体指导。 固态无机材料(包括纳米材料):我们鼓励在固态、材料和纳米化学领域开展工作,其中包括重要的无机化学成分。贡献可能包括新的无机或无机-有机杂化固体的合成、表征和应用,以及对其性质的研究。然而,只有在无机化学有明显进展的情况下,才鼓励对已知化合物的性质进行研究,而这是本文新颖性和重要性的主要组成部分。 催化:利用具有良好特征的无机和有机金属化合物作为化学转化催化剂的研究是受欢迎的,但必须强调无机化学知识的进步。这将包括催化剂设计和合成、结构-活性关系和机械研究。报告研究良好反应的新催化剂的工作必须将报告的结果与最新技术结合起来,以证明其影响和进步。在道尔顿学报中,未与现有催化剂进行适当比较而在现场生成不明确物种和报告催化数据表的研究将不予考虑。 生物无机和药用无机化学:我们欢迎金属酶模型化合物和生物活性无机化合物的研究,包括它们的合成、表征和应用研究报告。只有当它们与所涉及的金属或类金属元素的特定性质明确相关,并且显著加深了我们对无机化学的理解时,才鼓励对金属酶的光谱或计算工作,或对无机化合物的纯生化、生物或生物医学研究。这同样适用于与生物相关金属离子的传感和可视化相关的论文。这类工作预计将重点放在无机方面,必须完全描述所涉及的无机化合物。 理论和计算研究:我们欢迎报告反应性、选择性、键合或结构的新模型或新计算方法的研究,这些模型与后续实验的设计相关。从报告的理论工作的结果中得出的可测试预测的描述最清楚地证明了这一点;这些预测的测试可以包含在描述预测的同一篇论文中。仅仅复制实验数据的计算研究通常不适合道尔顿交易。

期刊ISSN
1477-9226
最新的影响因子
4
最新CiteScore值
3.93
最新自引率
9.90%
期刊官方网址
http://pubs.rsc.org/en/journals/journalissues/dt
期刊投稿网址
http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/dalton
通讯地址
ROYAL SOC CHEMISTRY, THOMAS GRAHAM HOUSE, SCIENCE PARK, MILTON RD, CAMBRIDGE, ENGLAND, CAMBS, CB4 0WF
偏重的研究方向(学科)
化学-无机化学与核化学
出版周期
Weekly
平均审稿速度
平均2.0个月
出版年份
2003
出版国家/地区
ENGLAND
是否OA
No
SCI期刊coverage
Science Citation Index Expanded(科学引文索引扩展)
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PubMed Central (PMC)链接 全文检索(pubmed central)
DALTON TRANSACTIONS 期刊中科院JCR 评价数据
最新中科院JCR分区
大类(学科)
小类(学科)
JCR学科排名
化学
CHEMISTRY, INORGANIC & NUCLEAR(化学,无机和核) 1区
6/45
最新的影响因子
4
最新公布的期刊年发文量
年度总发文量 年度论文发表量 年度综述发表量
1796 1767 29
总被引频次 70378
特征因子 0.089840
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DALTON TRANSACTIONS 期刊CiteScore评价数据
最新CiteScore值
3.93
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引文计数(2018) 文献(2015-2017)
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25170次引用 6397篇文献
文献总数(2014-2016) 6397
被引用比率
86%
SJR
1.306
SNIP
0.904
CiteScore排名
序号 类别(学科) 排名 百分位
1 Chemistry Inorganic Chemistry #
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