Applied Chemistry and Materials Science covers a broad range of topics in chemistry and materials science. The journal aims to publish research that advances the knowledge and understanding of these fields, including:

  • Analytical Chemistry
  • Inorganic Chemistry
  • Organic Chemistry
  • Physical Chemistry
  • Materials Chemistry
  • Polymer Science
  • Surface Science
  • Nanomaterials
  • Biomaterials
  • Energy Materials
  • Environmental Chemistry
  • Catalysis
  • Electrochemistry
  • Computational Chemistry
  • Chemical Education
  • Chemical Engineering
  • Green Chemistry
  • Chemical Biology
  • Medicinal Chemistry
  • Applied Physics
  • Materials Science and Engineering

We welcome original research articles, reviews, and letters that address fundamental and applied aspects of chemistry and materials science, including but not limited to the following topics:

  • Synthesis and characterization of new materials
  • Applications of materials in energy, environment, and medicine
  • Development of new catalysts and reactions
  • Design of new polymers and their applications
  • Advances in analytical and spectroscopic techniques
  • Molecular modeling and simulation
  • Nanotechnology and nanomaterials
  • Surfaces and interfaces in materials science
  • Development of sustainable and green chemical processes
  • Biomedical materials and their applications
  • Materials for electronic and optical applications
  • Synthesis and characterization of nanoparticles
  • Inorganic and organic materials chemistry
  • Physical and theoretical chemistry
  • Chemical education and outreach
  • Computational materials science

We adhere to the ethical guidelines and standards set by the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) and the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (ICMJE). Our editorial team is committed to ensuring the quality and integrity of the content published in Applied Chemistry and Materials Science. We also adhere to open access policies, ensuring that all articles published in our journal are freely available to readers worldwide without any subscription or access fees.


In summary, Applied Chemistry and Materials Science is a multidisciplinary open-access journal that publishes original research articles, reviews, and letters in the field of chemistry and materials science. Our mission is to promote interdisciplinary research and collaboration, while our vision is to become a leading source of scientific information and a forum for exchanging ideas, sharing knowledge, and promoting innovation. Our AIMS and SCOPES cover a broad range of topics in chemistry and materials science, and we adhere to ethical guidelines and open access policies to ensure the quality and integrity of the content published in our journal.

In addition to promoting interdisciplinary research and collaboration, Applied Chemistry and Materials Science is committed to providing a high-quality peer-review process that ensures the validity and reliability of the research articles we publish. Our editorial team comprises highly qualified researchers and scientists with expertise in various fields of chemistry and materials science, ensuring that all submissions are evaluated by experts in the respective areas of research.

We aim to provide a fast and efficient review process, and our average time to first decision is 30 days. Our peer-review process is double-blind, meaning that both the reviewers and the authors are anonymous to each other, ensuring impartiality and fairness in the review process. We also provide constructive feedback to authors, helping them to improve the quality and impact of their research.

As an open-access journal, we believe that scientific knowledge should be freely available to everyone, regardless of their location or financial status. We adhere to the Budapest Open Access Initiative (BOAI) and provide immediate open access to all articles published in our journal. This allows for greater visibility and impact of the research articles we publish, promoting greater collaboration and exchange of ideas among researchers and scientists worldwide.

We also support the sharing and reuse of data, encouraging authors to make their data openly available, where possible. We adhere to the FAIR principles (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, and Reusable) to promote the reuse and sharing of research data, ensuring that the data underlying the research articles we publish are findable, accessible, and reusable.

In summary, Applied Chemistry and Materials Science is committed to providing a high-quality peer-review process, promoting open access to scientific knowledge, and supporting the sharing and reuse of research data. We believe that by promoting interdisciplinary research and collaboration, and by adhering to ethical guidelines and open access policies, we can advance the knowledge and understanding of chemistry and materials science, and contribute to the betterment of society.

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Keywords/ Subtopics:

  1. Analytical chemistry
  2. Organic chemistry
  3. Inorganic chemistry
  4. Physical chemistry
  5. Polymer chemistry
  6. Materials synthesis
  7. Nanomaterials
  8. Surface chemistry
  9. Catalysis
  10. Environmental chemistry
  11. Green chemistry
  12. Biopolymers
  13. Biomaterials
  14. Composites
  15. Energy materials
  16. Photovoltaics
  17. Batteries
  18. Corrosion
  19. Coatings
  20. Adhesives
  21. Surface modification
  22. Smart materials
  23. Self-healing materials
  24. Materials characterization
  25. Rheology
  26. Computational chemistry
  27. Molecular dynamics
  28. Molecular modeling
  29. Quantum chemistry
  30. Density functional theory
  31. Spectroscopy
  32. X-ray diffraction
  33. Mass spectrometry
  34. NMR spectroscopy
  • Electrochemistry
  1. Chemical kinetics
  • Reaction mechanisms
  • Photochemistry
  • Supramolecular chemistry
  1. Bioinorganic chemistry
  2. Bioorganic chemistry
  3. Medicinal chemistry
  4. Drug discovery
  5. Natural products
  6. Chemical biology
  7. Polymer physics
  8. Soft matter
  9. Crystal engineering
  10. Metal-organic frameworks
  11. Zeolites
  12. Porous materials
  13. Mesoporous materials
  • Thin films
  1. Semiconductors
  2. Conducting polymers
  • Graphene
  1. Carbon nanotubes
  2. Quantum dots
  3. Colloids
  4. Emulsions
  5. Surfactants
  6. Detergents
  7. Flavors and fragrances
  8. Food chemistry
  • Pharmaceutical chemistry
  1. Analytical techniques
  • Chromatography
  • Mass spectrometry
  • Spectroscopy
  1. Electroanalytical techniques
  2. Biosensors
  3. Environmental monitoring
  • Water treatment
  1. Waste management
  2. Air pollution
  • Climate change
  1. Sustainable chemistry
  2. Circular economy
  3. Life cycle assessment
  4. Green solvents
  5. Renewable energy
  6. Hydrogen fuel cells
  • Energy storage
  1. Carbon capture and utilization
  2. Sustainable materials
  • Biodegradable materials
  1. Recycling
  2. Upcycling
  3. Life sciences
  4. Biotechnology
  5. Biomedical engineering
  6. Tissue engineering
  • Biomimetics
  1. Regenerative medicine
  2. Biosynthesis
  • Biocatalysis
  1. Enzymology
  2. Immunology
  3. Proteomics
  4. Genomics
  5. Bioinformatics
  6. Microbiology
  7. Plant science
  8. Genetics
  9. Pharmacology
  10. Toxicology
  11. Immunotoxicology
  12. Nanotoxicology
  13. Environmental toxicology
  14. Occupational health
  15. Food safety
  16. Chemical safety
  17. Risk assessment
  18. Hazardous materials management
  19. Safety regulations
  20. Occupational exposure limits
  21. Workplace safety
  22. Emergency response
  23. Hazardous waste disposal
  24. Safety training
  25. Health and safety culture
  26. Industrial hygiene
  27. Personal protective equipment
  28. Chemical engineering
  29. Process engineering
  30. Process control
  31. Process optimization
  32. Process safety
  33. Chemical reactors
  34. Separation techniques
  35. Distillation
  36. Adsorption
  37. Membrane processes
  38. Crystallization
  39. Extraction
  40. Chemical plant design
  41. Process simulation
  42. Process economics
  43. Process intensification
  44. Process integration
  45. Bioprocess engineering
  46. Bioreactor design
  47. Downstream processing
  48. Upstream processing
  49. Fermentation
  50. Bioproduction
  51. Biomanufacturing
  52. Chemical instrumentation
  53. Process analytical technology
  54. Process monitoring
  55. Quality control
  56. Quality assurance
  57. Six Sigma
  58. Lean manufacturing
  59. Operations management
  60. Supply chain management
  61. Product development
  62. Research and development
  63. Intellectual property
  64. Patent law
  65. Copyright law
  66. Open access publishing
  67. Scholarly communication
  68. Peer review
  69. Publication ethics
  70. Plagiarism
  71. Scientific misconduct
  72. Data sharing
  73. Data management
  74. Data analysis
  75. Artificial intelligence
  76. Machine learning
  77. Deep learning
  78. Big data
  79. Data mining
  80. Data visualization
  81. Computer-aided design
  82. Simulation software
  83. Scientific software
  84. High-performance computing
  85. Cloud computing
  86. Virtual reality
  87. Augmented reality
  88. Internet of Things
  89. Digital transformation
  90. Cybersecurity
  91. Data privacy
  92. Information technology
  93. Information management
  94. Knowledge management
  95. Science communication
  96. Public engagement
  97. Science education
  98. STEM education
  99. Scientific literacy
  100. Science policy
  101. Funding agencies
  102. Grant proposals
  103. Science diplomacy
  104. International collaboration

In conclusion, Applied Chemistry and Materials Science is a multidisciplinary journal that covers a wide range of topics related to chemistry and materials science. The journal aims to publish high-quality research that has practical applications in industry, technology, and society. Our mission is to disseminate knowledge and promote innovation in these fields. Our vision is to become a leading platform for researchers, scholars, and industry professionals to exchange ideas and collaborate on cutting-edge research.

The AIMS and SCOPES of the journal are to cover a diverse range of topics such as analytical chemistry, organic chemistry, materials chemistry, nanomaterials, biomaterials, polymers, catalysis, surface science, electrochemistry, chemical engineering, process design, materials characterization, computational chemistry, and many more. We also prioritize publishing articles that are compliant with necessary regulations for open access publishing, such as publication ethics, peer review, plagiarism, data sharing, and scientific misconduct.

Overall, Applied Chemistry and Materials Science is committed to publishing high-quality, innovative research that has real-world applications. We hope to encourage collaboration and engagement within the scientific community to drive advancements in chemistry and materials science.