Current Research in Surface Chemistry

About Journal

Current Research in Surface Chemistry is an open access, peer reviewed scholarly journal that publishes latest research in chemical reactions in which the reactants are first adsorbed onto a surface medium that then acts as a catalyst for the reaction. The journal brings interesting research updates in understanding chemical reactions on well-defined, mostly single crystalline, surfaces at the molecular level.

The journal gathers various formats of articles such as original, reviews, rapid communications, mini reviews, perspectives, opinions, and other short articles. The journal publishes only selective articles accepted after the evaluation under the international, eminent and experienced editors and independent renowned reviewers to ensure quality, significance and scientific validity.

All published content of Current Research in Surface Chemistry are made available to be accessed freely and limitlessly when cited properly under the terms of Creative Commons Attribution License.

Editorial Board

Prof. Challa Vijaya Kumar

Department of Chemistry
University of Connecticut
United States of America
Tel: 860-486-3213

Prof. Bharat Bhushan

Nanoprobe Laboratory for Bio- & Nanotechnology and Biomimetics
The Ohio State University
United States of America
Tel: 614-292-0651

Prof. Yucang liang

Department of Chemistry
University of Tubingen
Tel: 707-129-76216

Prof. kyoung woong kim

School of Earth Sciences and Environmental Engineering
Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology
South Korea
Tel: 82-62-715-2442

Prof. H. Morgan

Department of Radiology
University School of Medicine
Tel:(443) 287-8461

Dr. John Zhanhu Guo

Associate Professor
Department of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering
University of Tennessee Knoxville
Knoxville, TN 37996
Tel: (865) 974-2933

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Latest Articles of Current Research in Surface Chemistry

Review Article

Removal of Phenol from Acqueous Solution by Adsorption on Senna Singueana and Santaloid Afzelli

Phenolic compounds are important industrial wastes, and are classified as hazardous substances contaminating groundwater resources. Therefore, the rem... Read more


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