Reviews in Separation Sciences
Aims and Scope
The journal focuses on review and original research papers that show the scope and power of separation sciences when combined with other analytical techniques such as spectroscopic methods, in particular with mass spectrometry. Review articles in the area of exciting new areas in chromatography, such as ultra-high pressure and high-temperature separations, the journal also focus on hyphenated systems that combine several unit operations with chromatography and detection technologies on the micro- and nanoscale.
Reviews in Separation Sciences welcomes manuscripts submissions that present significant scientific coverage in any field of separation science applied in application areas including archaeology, biotechnology, clinical, environmental, food, medical, petroleum, pharmaceutical, polymer, and biopolymer research, as well as analytical, (semi)-preparative and process-scale applications.
Article types published include editorial, critical review, research, opinion, expert communication, rapid communication and letters-to-the-editor. Manuscripts should properly present statistical treatment of the observed results. Relevant literature references should be cited applying the journal reference style. Manuscripts will be submitted to a double-blind peer-review process by independent experts in the field of the manuscript’s subject.
Journal information and publishing frequency
The journal is published quarterly and delivers essential scientific information in concise at-a-glance article formats (HTML and PDF). The journal provides analytical chemists with a platform for the publication of different types of scientific communications including; original research, review, editorial, expert opinion, application note on the latest relevant developments and improvements in the separation sciences field.
– Low Article Processing Charge (APC); more information here
– Online publication within 8-10 weeks
– No manuscript submission fee
– No page limitation
– No color charges
– No pay-per-page