Making an Impact
Physical organic chemistry is a vibrant and active ground for new experimental, theoretical and computational developments that contribute to the increasing relevance of chemistry as the central science, leading to important connections from nanoscience to medicine and from organic chemistry to material science. Rik Tykwinski from Erlangen University and Angel Kaifer from the University of Miami show a selection of exciting and new physical organic chemistry in this special issue. Eleven articles give a good insight in the breadth of interests in modern physical organic chemistry.
Special Issue: New Directions in Physical Organic Chemistry
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