Frontiers of Chemistry in China
Frontiers of Chemistry in China presents peer-reviewed research by professors and students in various areas of chemistry. It aims at fostering communication and cooperation between Chinese chemists and their colleagues abroad. The journal offers research papers, preliminary reports on significant research results reviews and critical evaluations on the existing states of knowledge in a particular topic or research area.
Coverage includes all main branches of chemistry, including organic chemistry, inorganic chemistry, physical chemistry, polymer chemistry, analytical chemistry, environmental chemistry and applied chemistry. Articles report on progress in green chemistry; chemistry in life sciences and biology; materials chemistry; nanochemistry; computational chemistry; innovations in methodology, techniques and instrumentation in analytical chemistry; innovations in physical chemistry and biophysical chemistry, and more.
6 Volumes 24 Issues 407 Articles available from 2006 - 2011Browse Volumes & Issues
Electronic band structure from first-principles Green’s function approach: theory and implementations
Hong Jiang (December 2011)
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- Frontiers of Chemistry in China
- Volume 1 / 2006 - Volume 6 / 2011
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- SP Higher Education Press
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