OXIDATION COMMUNICATIONS is the only scientific journal which, in its
new form, is devoted to the global oxy-reduction
proceeding in nature.
OXIDATION COMMUNICATIONS acts as an international focus for modern
fundamental and techno¬logical research in this
field of science of exclusive importance for life.
The main topics and examples of specific areas of interest to the Journal are:
a) gas-, liquid-, and solid-phase oxidation processes;
b) the mechanism of action of inhibitors during the
stabilisation of fuels, lubricating oils and greases, polymer materials
c) oxidation reactions in the presence of
homogeneous, heterogeneous, immobilised and enzymic catalytic systems;
d) regulators of selective oxidation synthesis of valuable oxygen-containing compounds;
e) biological and biochemical oxidation processes;
f) photochemical oxy-reduction interactions;
g) methods for prognosis and evaluation of performance terms or/and storage terms of the materials, as mentioned above in b);
h) tribochemical interactions on metal and other surfaces in the presence of molecular oxygen or its activated species;
i) methods for solar and chemical energy accumulation;
j) studies on the nature of intermediates, generated in the course of oxidation;
k) technological aspects of oxidation processes of special interest to the petrochemistry, pharmaceutics, food and agrochemical industries;
1) ecologically friendly oxidative processes for the atmosphere, soils and water.
The term 'oxidation' is interpreted widely, including both organic and inorganic compounds as oxidising agents during the oxidation
processes of organic and inorganic substrates. The interdisciplinary nature of the Journal ensures appeal to direct exchange
of ideas and contributions among academic and industrial scientists. The Journal is publishing refereed authoritative review articles,
papers covering original studies and also short communications, including preliminary results of a particular interest.
Designed to: chemists, researchers in the field of physical chemistry, petrochemistry, organic synthesis, catalysis, molecular biology and
biochemistry, tribochemistry, polymer and engineering chemistry. The Journal is indexed for ISI® products - Research Alert®,
Chemistry Citation Index™ and Science Citation Index Expanded
The Impact factor for 2013 is 0,507 and the Impact factor for the last 5 years - 0,398.