Special Issue "Special Molecules and Their Role in Nature and Technology"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 25 December 2023 | Viewed by 944
Interests: excitonics of molecular crystals; phonon spectra of molecular crystals (inelastic neutron scattering, calculation); exciton-phonon interaction and vibronic spectra of molecular crystals; phase transitions in molecular solids with liquid-crystal behavior (vibrational spectroscopy and neutron diffraction); vibrational spectroscopy of nanoparticles; quantum-chemical simulations; quantum fullerenics; simulations of carbon nanotubes; theoretical chemical physics of graphene; virtual vibrational spectroscopy of large molecules; digital twins concept in molecular science
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Nowadays, it is difficult to find a naturalist without a particular love for one, or several, beloved, special molecule(s). For me, this role is filled by benzene in all its grandeur and beauty, encompassing molecular crystals, aromatic hydrocarbons, fullerenes, carbon nanotubes, graphene molecules, and amorphous carbon. The benzene family continues to amaze and delight in many ways, with new special molecules or varieties continually emerging. The current Special Issue invites, first of all, scientists for whom the benzene family holds particular significance. The Editorial Board of IJMS also invites any papers or review articles detailing the latest achievements with regard to their special molecules. The physics and chemistry of real molecules, related breakthroughs in modern technologies, virtual models, and new ideas are all welcome topics.
Prof. Dr. Elena Sheka
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- benzene family
- other special molecules
- emerging molecules
- virtual design
- digital twins