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Chemical Synthesis is an open access peer-reviewed journal publishing original research involving all areas of the chemical sciences. The journal aims to be the premier resource of seminal and insightful research and showcases for researchers in both academia and industry, providing a platform of inspiration for the future of chemistry. Chemical Synthesis intends to serve as the preeminent international chemistry journal and has the ambition to be among the first choices of chemists for publication of their discoveries.


The scope of the journal focuses on the breadth of the chemical synthetic sciences, covering fields from synthetic methodologies, property studies by theoretical calculations or instrumental approaches at molecular and/or nano levels of the obtained products (materials) to the applications in catalysis, energy conversion and storage, biomedicals, pharmaceuticals, environment protection and remediation, etc.                    

Research works suitable for publication in Chemical Synthesis include (but are not limited to) the following:

  • Inorganic synthetic chemistry

  • Organic synthetic chemistry

  • Polymers synthetic chemistry 

  • Synthetic biochemistry

  • Synthetic methodology

  • Bioorganic/medicinal chemistry

  • Biomaterials

  • Catalysis

  • Chemical Biology

  • Coordination Chemistry

  • Crystal Engineering

  • Energy (storage and conversion) Chemistry

  • Environmental chemistry

  • Sustainable chemistry

  • Green chemistry

  • Inorganic chemistry

  • Inorganic materials

  • Main group chemistry

  • Nano chemistry

  • Organic chemistry

  • Organic materials

  • Organometallics

  • Physical chemistry

  • Polymeric chemistry

  • Polymeric materials

  • Supramolecular chemistry

  • Theoretical and computational chemistry

Chemical Synthesis provides rapid short communications, full-length research articles, reviews, leading feature articles, particular perspectives, research highlights, comments, news, and other editorial content of general interest to the global chemistry community.

More details can be found in Author Instructions of the journal.

Chemical Synthesis
ISSN 2769-5247 (Online)


All published articles are preserved here permanently:


All published articles are preserved here permanently: