SYNOPEN Call for Papers

Upcoming SYNOPEN Special Topics open for submissions are listed below!

General Guidelines

  • If you intend to submit a manuscript, please inform the corresponding (guest) editor first, remembering to include the title of your manuscript and the article type (e.g. Review, Short Review, or Original Paper).
  • Upon approval by the (guest) editor, you may submit your manuscript according to the author instructions.
  • Please include the title of the Special Topic and the corresponding editor during the submission process.

Upcoming Topics

 

Polymer Chemistry

Deadline: Dec. 31, 2024 | Send e-mail

This Special Issue looks to highlight advances in polymer materials with an emphasis on the synthetic methods and work involved. We welcome contributions from in the field spanning a range of subtopics, for example, work on monomer and polymer synthesis, biopolymers, recyclable and smart and sustainable polymers, polymerization catalysts, and functionalization methods.

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Heterocyclic Chemistry

Deadline: Dec. 31, 2024 | Send e-mail

Heterocyclic compounds play a crucial role in various biological, medicinal, and industrial applications today. They are diverse and multifaceted in their use and as such, we wish to highlight advances in the field of synthetic heterocyclic chemistry. Topics in this special collection will include natural product synthesis, catalysis, coordination chemistry, materials science and biochemistry.

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Celebrating the Centenary Year of Prof. Sukh Dev  
Vibha Tandon / Akhilesh K. Verma
Deadline: December 31, 2023

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Prof. Sukh Dev is a living legend in natural product chemistry. Born in 1923 in Chakwal District of Punjab, India (then undivided India), he now resides in Bhavnagar, India. Prof. Dev has authored over 390 publications, patents, and 10 books. His research interests span natural products chemistry, non-benzenoid hydrocarbons, organic reactions, reagents and techniques, drug development from Ayurvedic leads, and technology development. His research group is renowned for the isolation, chemical study, and determination of absolute stereo structures of scores of new complex molecules, including zerumbone, longicyclene, himachalenes and related compounds, mayurone, mustakone, rotundone, cuparenones, lac constituents, hardwickiic acid, mukulol, devadarol and related compounds, cheilanthatriol, malabaricol, bakuchiol, kodocytochalasins, and more. Many of these compounds represented new fundamental types in nature at the time of discovery and have been termed "classics" (C&EN, Sept 1979, p 63).

This special issue celebrates the 100th year of Prof. Sukh Dev's life and work. We welcome manuscripts on major advances in the total synthesis of natural products, semi-synthesis of natural products, biologically active small molecules, heterocycles, drug development, structure-activity relationships for discovering bioactive molecules, and new catalytic strategies for synthesizing diverse molecules. Manuscripts describing the development of new techniques and their application in total synthesis, as well as characterization of drug-like molecules, will also be considered.

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Chemical Strategies for Pest Management
Upendra Sharma / Xing-Hai Liu
Deadline: December 31
, 2023

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This special issue is aiming to highlight recent advances in the field of pest management by Design, synthesis, and structure-activity relationships of novel synthetic pest control agents,  Enzyme inhibitors, pheromones, repellents, antifeedants, fungicides, larvicide, plant derived natural products, plants-based extracts/fractions, natural product mimics, essential oils, natural product based synthetic equivalents, computer-aided modelling and design for bioactive natural product, natural compound mixtures, quantitative structure activity relationship (QSAR) for discovery of bioactive molecules, and total synthesis of natural products with pesticidal activities.

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