The international journal for inorganic, organometallic and bioinorganic chemistry
About Dalton Transactions
Dalton Transactions is one of the most respected international inorganic chemistry journals and has an impact factor of 3.81. The scope of the journal includes the following research areas:
Organometallics and Catalysis including synthesis and characterisation of hetero and homogeneous catalysts, new advances in organometallic chemistry and potential applications.
Biological Inorganic and Bioinorganic Chemistry covering a wide range of topics from metals in enzyme studies to new advances in contrast agents and cancer therapy.
Solid-state and Coordination Chemistry including synthesis, structural characterisation, properties and applications of coordination polymers and metal-organic frameworks.
Inorganic Solid State/Materials including new methods of synthesis and structural characterisation; conductivity, optical and magnetic properties and possible applications.
Properties and Reactions including computational chemistry, thermodynamics, kinetics, potentiometry, stability constants and mechanistic insights into inorganic reactions.