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Russian Journal of Applied Chemistry
Editor-in-Chief: Sergey S. Ivanchev
ISSN: 1070-4272 (print version)
ISSN: 1608-3296 (electronic version)
Journal no. 11167

The Russian Journal of Applied Chemistry (Zhurnal Prikladnoi Khimii) covers all application problems of modern chemistry, including the structure of inorganic and organic compounds, kinetics and mechanisms of chemical reactions, problems of chemical processes and apparatus, borderline problems of chemistry and applied research. The journal was founded in 1928.

Related subjects » Chemistry  Industrial Chemistry and Chemical Engineering


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Sergey S. Ivanchev, Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Institute of Catalysis, St. Petersburg Branch, Russian Academy of Sciences

Anatolii A. Malygin, St. Petersburg State Technical University;
Evgenii F. Panarin, Institute of High-Molecular Compounds, Russian Academy of Sciences

Coordinating Editor 
Svetlana F. Mel’nikova, St. Petersburg State Technical University

EDITORIAL BOARD  V.M. Bouznik (Moscow, Russia), Yu.M. Chernoberezhskii (St. Petersburg, Russia), G.A. Emel’yanov (St. Petersburg, Russia), A.V. Garabadzhiu (St. Petersburg, Russia), V.V. Gusarov (St. Petersburg, Russia), V.Yu. Kukushkin (St. Petersburg, Russia), S.A. Kuznetsov (St. Petersburg, Russia), A.G. Morachevskii (St. Petersburg, Russia), I.A. Novakov (St. Petersburg, Russia), A.S. Noskov (St. Petersburg, Russia), E.G. Polyakov (St. Petersburg, Russia), O.G. Sinyashin (St. Petersburg, Russia), Yu.G. Vlasov (St. Petersburg, Russia), N.V. Vorob’ev-Desyatovskii (St. Petersburg, Russia), A.V. Yakimanskii (St. Petersburg, Russia), V.A. Zhabrev (St. Petersburg, Russia)