Magnetic Resonance in Chemistry

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Edited By: Dr James Keeler

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ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2012: 25/43 (Spectroscopy); 70/152 (Chemistry Multidisciplinary); 88/135 (Chemistry Physical)

Online ISSN: 1097-458X

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Special Issues have been a key feature of Magnetic Resonance in Chemistry over the last 15 years, focusing on highly topical areas in the field.

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2012: MRC Special Issue on NMR of small molecules in anisotropic media

Within this supplement issue experts publish their new NMR methodologies for the analysis of small organic molecules oriented in weak alignment media. An emerging field with room for new discoveries and developments, readers will be inspired to bring this knowledge into their everyday work.

2011: EPR Spectroscopy

2011: Magnetic Resonance in Food: Dealing with Complex Systems

2010: Quantum-Chemical Computations of Magnetic Resonance Parameters

2009: NMR-based mixture analysis - metabolomics and beyond

2008: Diffusion ordered and heteronuclear NMR spectroscopy applied to inorganic and organometallic chemistry

2008: Biological Materials

2007: New techniques in solid state NMR

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Magnetic Resonance in Chemistry Awards

Congratulations to the three winners of the
2013 MRC Young Scientist Award,
presented at EUROMAR 2013

Francois-Xavier Theillet for:
In-cell dynamics, interactions and structural features of the human amyloidogenic
protein alpha-synuclein

John Blanchard for:
Developments in zero-field nmr for chemical analysis

Olivier Lafon for:
Nanostructured materials:
an ariadne’s thread to understand dynamic
nuclear polarization

Established in 2006, the Magnetic
Resonance in Chemistry Award
for Young Scientists
, goes to outstanding
researchers under the age of 40 working
with NMR spectroscopy in analytical chemistry within industry or academia in
any part of the world.

Congratulations also to Joseph Saur, this years Smash Poster Prize Winner for:
A complementary tool for structure elucidation

 SMASH poster prize winner: Joseph Saur
Left to right: Joseph Saur
Joseph wins a free year's subscription to
Magnetic Resonance in Chemistry.