Journal of Polymer and Biopolymer Physics Chemistry
ISSN (Print): 2373-3403 ISSN (Online): 2373-3411 Website: Editor-in-chief: Martin Alberto Masuelli
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Aims and Scope

The Journal of Polymer and Biopolymer Physics Chemistry presents research articles, short communications and critical reviews of the present and future trends in polymer and biopolymer science including chemistry, physical chemistry, physics and material science. It is adressed to all scientists at universities and in industry who wish to keep abreast of advances in the topics covered. The Journal strives to publish high-impact papers that will significantly enhance our understanding of the chemistry and/or the biology of the systems under investigation.
Subject areas include, but are not limited to the following fields:
  • Biocolloids.
  • Biomacromolecules and complex polymer systems.
  • Biomimetic polymers.
  • Biopolymer for biorremediation.
  • Biopolymer processing and degradation
  • Capsules and microcapsules.
  • Catalysis.
  • Experimental and theoretical studies of biopolymer folding.
  • Fibers, films.
  • Food biocolloids.
  • Hydrodynamic, molecular weigth, size, shape, conformation.
  • Interactions and thermodynamic.
  • Macromolecular architectures.
  • Macromolecular assembly.
  • Macromolecular chemistry.
  • Molecular design and bio-nanotechnology.
  • Plastics, elastomers.
  • Polymer characterization.
  • Polymer chemistry.
  • Polymer colloids
  • Polymer physics.
  • Polymer thin films and membranes
  • Polymeric hybrid materials.
  • Polymers for drug delivery
  • Preparation and characterization of novel biomaterials, biomedical applications, patches, drug delibery.
  • Processing of polymers.
  • Radical polymerization.
  • Semiconducting polymers
  • Separation, purification, characterization of Biopolymer.
  • Single molecule studies of Biopolymer (e.g., fluorescence, AFM, SEM, etc.).
  • Structure and function.
  • Synthetic polymers.
  • Thermodynamics.
  • Thin films, membranes, packaging, and separative processes.
  • Three-dimensional structures of Biopolymer determined by X-ray, NMR, other spectroscopic methods.