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Journal of Molecular Liquids

Description
Structure, Interactions and Dynamics of Simple, Molecular, Ionic and Complex Liquids

 

Status
active
Predecessor
Advances in molecular relaxation and interaction processes
Subject

Source type
Journal
Publisher
ISBN ISSN
0167-7322
First volume
25
Last volume
248+
Publish city
Amsterdam
Homepage
Description

The journal includes papers in the following areas:
– Simple organic liquids and mixtures
Ionic liquids
Surfactant solutions (including micelles and vesicles) and liquid interfaces
Colloidal solutions and nanoparticles
Thermotropic and lyotropic liquid crystals
Ferrofluids
– Water, aqueous solutions and other hydrogen-bonded liquids
Lubricants, polymer solutions and melts
Molten metals and salts
Phase transitions and critical phenomena in liquids and confined fluids
Self assembly in complex liquids.– Biomolecules in solution

The emphasis is on the molecular (or microscopic) understanding of particular liquids or liquid systems, especially concerning structure, dynamics and intermolecular forces. The experimental techniques used may include:
– Conventional spectroscopy (mid-IR and far-IR, Raman, NMR, etc.)
– Non-linear optics and time resolved spectroscopy (psec, fsec, asec, ISRS, etc.)
– Light scattering (Rayleigh, Brillouin, PCS, etc.)
– Dielectric relaxation
– X-ray and neutron scattering and diffraction.

Experimental studies, computer simulations (MD or MC) and analytical theory will be considered for publication; papers just reporting experimental results that do not contribute to the understanding of the fundamentals of molecular and ionic liquids will not be accepted. Only papers of a non-routine nature and advancing the field will be considered for publication.












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