Lecture Notes in Chemistry

Book Series
There are 102 volumes in this series
Published 1976 - 2021

About this series

The series Lecture Notes in Chemistry (LNC), reports new developments in chemistry and molecular science - quickly and informally, but with a high quality and the explicit aim to summarize and communicate current knowledge for teaching and training purposes. Books published in this series are conceived as bridging material between advanced graduate textbooks and the forefront of research. They will serve the following purposes:

  • provide an accessible introduction to the field to postgraduate students and nonspecialist researchers from related areas,
  • provide a source of advanced teaching material for specialized seminars, courses and schools, and
  • be readily accessible in print and online.

The series covers all established fields of chemistry such as analytical chemistry, organic chemistry, inorganic chemistry, physical chemistry including electrochemistry, theoretical and computational chemistry, industrial chemistry, and catalysis. It is also a particularly suitable forum for volumes addressing the interfaces of chemistry with other disciplines, such as biology, medicine, physics, engineering, materials science including polymer and nanoscience, or earth and environmental science.

Both authored and edited volumes will be considered for publication. Edited volumes should however consist of a very limited number of contributions only. Proceedings will not be considered for LNC.

The year 2010 marks the relaunch of LNC.