Submission and Review - Inorganic Synthesis

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Journal: Communications in Inorganic Synthesis - OAJI

The Inorganic Syntheses series is NOT a repository of primary research data, nor is it the place to report new syntheses. It is expected that all syntheses accepted for publication will have already appeared in the primary, peer-reviewed research literature. Thus those syntheses that are found to be widely used by the scientific community or provide a new synthetic entry to a broad range of compounds are most desired for the series. The series offers authors the chance to lay out intricacies of synthesis and purification in greater detail than possible in the original literature, as well as to provide updates of a tried-and-true synthesis.

Synthesis and Reactivity in Inorganic Metal-Organic …

Submissions should consist of four sections: Introduction, Procedure, Properties, and References.

The writing style should conform with that of previous volumes of Inorganic Syntheses.

Inorganic chemistry is a very broad area of chemistry which includes all of the elements of the periodic table, including some that are the elements usually considered to be part of organic chemistry. Some portions of inorganic chemistry deal strictly with inorganic compounds, but others are a blend of two or more other subdisciplines, such as organometallic, bioinorganic, and materials chemistry. As a result of this variety, inorganic chemistry has applications ranging from catalysis to medicine. For example, inorganic compounds are important catalysts in numerous industrial processes, including the synthesis of methanol, acetic acid, and polyethylene. Inorganic compounds are used to treat various medical conditions, such as the antitumor compound cis-Pt(NH3)2Cl2 (cis-platin), and new metal-containing complexes for therapeutic and medical imaging are being developed.


[Inorg. Chem.] Synthesis of Manganese ZIF-8 from …

10. T. M. Klapötke, J. Stierstorfer, The New Energetic Compounds 1,5-Diaminotetrazolium and 5-Amino-1-methyltetrazolium Dinitramide - Synthesis, Characterization and Testing, Eur. J. Inorg. Chem. 2008, 26, 4055-4062.

Inorganic Chemistry (ACS Publications)

20. T. M. Klapötke, J. Stierstorfer, B. Weber, New energetic materials: Synthesis and characterization of copper 5-nitriminotetrazolates, Inorg. Chim. Acta 2009, 362(7), 2311–2320.

Publishes fundamental studies in all phases of inorganic chemistry.

An effective route for the synthesis of aliphatic polyesters made from adipic or sebacic acid and alkanediols, using inorganic acid as a catalyst is reported. The monomer composition, reaction time, catalyst type, and reaction conditions were optimized to yield polyesters with weight average molecular weights of 23,000 for adipic acid and 85,000 for sebacic acid-based polyesters. The polymers melt at temperatures of 52-65°C and possess melt viscosity in the range of 5600-19,400cP. This route represents an alternative method for producing aliphatic polyesters for possible use in the preparation of degradable disposable medical supplies.

List of Issues (Inorganic Chemistry)

N2 - An effective route for the synthesis of aliphatic polyesters made from adipic or sebacic acid and alkanediols, using inorganic acid as a catalyst is reported. The monomer composition, reaction time, catalyst type, and reaction conditions were optimized to yield polyesters with weight average molecular weights of 23,000 for adipic acid and 85,000 for sebacic acid-based polyesters. The polymers melt at temperatures of 52-65°C and possess melt viscosity in the range of 5600-19,400cP. This route represents an alternative method for producing aliphatic polyesters for possible use in the preparation of degradable disposable medical supplies.

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AB - An effective route for the synthesis of aliphatic polyesters made from adipic or sebacic acid and alkanediols, using inorganic acid as a catalyst is reported. The monomer composition, reaction time, catalyst type, and reaction conditions were optimized to yield polyesters with weight average molecular weights of 23,000 for adipic acid and 85,000 for sebacic acid-based polyesters. The polymers melt at temperatures of 52-65°C and possess melt viscosity in the range of 5600-19,400cP. This route represents an alternative method for producing aliphatic polyesters for possible use in the preparation of degradable disposable medical supplies.