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Canadian Electrical Engineering Journal

Identificadores:  ISSN 0700-9216 (impreso)

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Canadian Journal of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Identificadores:  ISSN 0840-8688 (impreso)

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Carbohydrate Polymers

Identificadores:  ISSN 0144-8617 (impreso) 1879-1344 (en línea)

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Note: The Aims and Scope have been modified as of 28 October 2014

Carbohydrate Polymers is a major journal within the field of glycoscience, and covers the study and exploitation of polysaccharides which have current or potential application in areas such as bioenergy, bioplastics, biomaterials, nanotechnology, biorefining, drug delivery, tissue engineering, food, chemistry, packaging , paper, pharmaceuticals, medicine, oil recovery, textiles and wood.

Research must be innovative and advance scientific knowledge.

The role of the well-characterized carbohydrate polymer must be the major proportion of the work reported, not peripheral. At least one named carbohydrate polymer must be cited and be the main focus of the title of the paper, and of the paper itself. It is essential that authors provide convincing evidence that the carbohydrate polymer is of high purity. Where a polysaccharide is obtained from a supplier, essential structural information which will affect its behavior in the subsequent work should be given. For example, molecular size/viscosity information, mannuronate/guluronate ratio for alginates, degree of esterification for pectin, degree of deacetylation for chitosan. Editors are unlikely to send papers for formal review with a statement such as ""sodium alginate was purchased from XXX Inc."" unless additional information is supplied. To be acceptable, the paper must include some characterization of the polysaccharide (if not already known) in addition to the application studied. Characterization by the authors is usually preferable to values quoted from the manufacturer, since manufacturer values may be averages or ranges rather than pertinent to the particular lot in question. If the study is concerned with a new polysaccharide the monosaccharide composition, linkage information, and preferably molecular weight and/or degree of polymerization must be supplied. It is acceptable to refer to previously published work but if this is not in the literature it is necessary to make the appropriate measurements and supply the information in the submitted paper.

Topics include:
• structure and property relationships
• analytical methods
• chemical, enzymatic and physical modifications
• biosynthesis (natural, or new sequence generation) of the polysaccharide
• natural functions (including biological activities)
• interactions with other materials

Examples of papers which are not appropriate for Carbohydrate Polymers include:
• papers which focus on biological, physiological and pharmacological aspects of non-carbohydrate molecules attached to, or mixed with, carbohydrate polymers.
• papers on the materials science of biocomposites where there is no mention of any specific carbohydrate polymer, or the role of the carbohydrate polymer is not the major proportion of the study.
• papers focusing on polyalkanoates, polylactic acid, saponins or lignin.
• routine studies of extraction yields without characterisation of the extracted polysaccharide.
• routine studies of complexation of a drug with a single cyclodextrin.
• applications of new polysaccharides where the structure of the polysaccharide is unknown.
• Papers on the production and isolation of enzymes which act on polysaccharides
• Papers where the degree of polymerization of the saccharide chain is less than four.
• Papers on starches (from different biological origins), unless the results provide some new insights of more general scientific interest or unusually specific application potential.
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Carbon: Science and Technology

Identificadores:  ISSN 0974-0546 (en línea)

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Carbon

Identificadores:  ISSN 0008-6223 (impreso) 1873-3891 (en línea)

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The journal Carbon is an international multidisciplinary forum for communicating scientific advances in the field of carbon materials and carbon nanomaterials. The journal reports significant new findings related to the formation, structure, properties, behaviors, and technological applications of carbons, which are a broad class of ordered or disordered solid phases composed primarily of elemental carbon. These materials can be either synthetic or of natural origin, and include, but are not limited to, graphene and graphene-oxide, carbon nanotubes, carbon fibers and filaments, graphite, porous carbons, pyrolytic carbon, glassy carbon, carbon black, diamond and diamond-like carbon, fullerenes, and chars. Papers on composites will be considered if the carbon component is a major focus of the paper's scientific content. Papers on organic substances may be considered if they are precursors for such carbon materials. Relevant application areas for carbon materials include, but are not limited to, electronic and photonic devices, structural and thermal applications, smart materials and systems, energy storage and conversion, catalysis, environmental protection, and biology and medicine.

Carbon publishes comprehensive research articles, Letters to the Editor, and invited reviews by leading experts in the field. Papers will be selected that have high scientific merit, impart important new knowledge, and are of high interest to the international carbon materials community. The journal welcomes manuscripts on both bulk and nanoscale carbon materials and is particularly interested in manuscripts that help define and develop the basic science that applies to all carbons, including both established and emerging materials.

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Carbon Resources Conversion

Identificadores:  ISSN 2588-9133 (en línea)

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Carbon Resources Conversion (CRC) publishes fundamental studies and industrial developments of relevant technologies that are devoted to clean, efficient, value-added and low-carbon utilization of carbon-containing resources as fuel for energy and material for chemicals from, for example but not limited to, fossil fuels, biomass, syngas, CO2, hydrocarbons and organic wastes via physical, thermal, chemical, biological and other technical ways. It also publishes scientific and engineering studies on resource characterization and pretreatment, carbon material innovation and production, clean technologies related to carbon resource conversion and utilization, and various process-supporting technologies including online or off-line measurement / monitoring, modeling, simulation that are directed to safe and efficient process operation and control, and optimization of process and equipment. In order to facilitate the editorial processing, a submission should select one from the following categories to specify its suitable technical subject. Exploitation of carbon resources and treatments of nuclear and non-carbon resources are not within the scope of this journal.
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Case Studies in Construction Materials

Identificadores:  ISSN 2214-5095 (en línea)

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Case Studies in Construction Materials provides a forum for the rapid publication of short, structured Case Studies on construction materials and related Short Communications, specialising in actual case studies involving real construction projects. CSCM provides an essential compendium of case studies for practicing engineers, designers, researchers and other practitioners who are interested in all aspects construction materials. The journal will publish new and novel case studies, but will also provide a forum for the publication of high quality descriptions of classic construction material problems and solutions related to actual projects.
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Catalysis, Structure and Reactivity

Identificadores:  ISSN 2055-074X (impreso) 2055-0758 (en línea)

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Catalysis, Structure & Reactivity is dedicated to the physical chemistry and materials science of catalysis. This includes the application of new analytical techniques to understand materials used in catalysis and their performance, especially nano- and micro-probes of structure and composition, high resolution spectroscopies, synchrotron and neutron techniques, alongside traditional techniques.
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Cellulose

Identificadores:  ISSN 0969-0239 (impreso) 1572-882X (en línea)

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Cement and Concrete Composites

Identificadores:  ISSN 0958-9465 (impreso) 1873-393X (en línea)

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This journal is designed to reflect current developments and advances being made in the general field of cement-concrete composites technology and in the production, use, and performance of cement-based construction materials. The word cement is interpreted in a wide sense, including not only Portland cement but also blended cements and other binding materials. In addition to novel aspects of conventional concrete materials, the journal covers a wide range of composite materials such as fiber-reinforced cement composites, polymer cement composites, polymer impregnated composites, ferrocement, and cement composites containing special aggregate inclusions or waste materials. Original papers dealing with microstructure (as it relates to engineering properties), material properties, testing and test methods, fracture mechanics, durability aspects, composite mechanics/technology, modelling, design, fabrication and practical applications of these materials form the major themes of the journal. Provided there is sufficient linkage to properties defined at the material scale, papers concerning the behavior of structural components and systems, in situ performance, and field studies will also be accepted for review, as well as those concerning the repair and maintenance, serviceability behavior, and sustainability of structures made with these materials.

The journal has within the above context several specific objectives. It wants to foster a better understanding of construction materials, provide a forum for unusual and unconventional materials, encourage the development of low cost energy saving materials and bridge the gap between materials science, engineering performance, environmental effects, in situ behavior, design/service life and construction. It is the intention of the journal to also publish special issues devoted to topics of current or emerging interest. The journal aims to provide a unifying basis for collaboration between materials scientists, engineers, designers and fabricators.