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Inorganic, Nanoscale and Physical Chemistry

Long Chen: photo- and heterogeneous catalysis.

Margherita Citroni: physical and analytical chemistry.

Victoria Richards: metal-organic frameworks and molecular inorganic chemistry.

Ariane Vartanian: nanoscale and supramolecular chemistry.

Welcome to the Nature Communications Editors’ Highlights webpage on inorganic, nanoscale and physical chemistry. Each month our editors select a small number of Articles recently published in Nature Communications that they believe are particularly interesting or important.

The aim is to provide a snapshot of some of the most exciting work published in the area of inorganic, nanoscale and physical chemistry at Nature Communications.

Make sure to check the Editors' Highlights page each month for new featured articles.

Long Chen

Heterogeneous catalysis is of paramount importance in many areas of the chemical and energy industries. With a background in physical chemistry, surface science and heterogeneous catalysis, Long handles manuscripts in the areas of heterogeneous catalysis and analytical chemistry.

Margherita Citroni (@margherita_citr)

Margherita’s background is experimental physical chemistry. As a researcher, she has mainly worked in the field of high-pressure chemistry and physics in diamond anvil cells, with spectroscopic methods. As an editor she handles contents in physical chemistry and analytical chemistry.

Victoria Richards (@victoriajrich)

Victoria’s research background is in inorganic, materials and supramolecular chemistry. As an editor she handles manuscripts in the fields of metal-organic frameworks and molecular inorganic chemistry, including organometallics, coordination chemistry, chemical bonding, bioinorganic chemistry and molecular magnetism.

Ariane Vartanian (@arianevartanian)

Ariane's background is in materials and supramolecular chemistry, with a focus on the surface chemistry and self-assembly of colloidal nanocrystals. Her interests as an editor span synthetic and mechanistic topics in nanoscale, supramolecular, and systems chemistry.