Organic Materials aims to broaden the knowledge in the interdisciplinary field of chemistry and materials. Thus, both experimental and theoretical studies, the implementation of new synthetic methods or the synthesis of new materials, as well as new applications of new or existing materials are considered for publication.
Scope of Organic Materials:
• polymeric materials
• thin films
• porous materials
• shape-programmable materials
• biocompatible materials
• multifunctional materials
• hierarchical materials
• organic solid state chemistry
• new carbon allotrope
• organic 3D printing
• self-healing and -cleaning materials
Optics and Eletronics
• liquid crystals
• organic electronics incl. solar cells
• optical materials
• light-emitting materials
Nanochemistry related topics
• nanoelectronics (spintronics)
• Quantum dots
• supramolecular chemistry
If you want to contribute to Organic Materials, we ask you to read the Instructions for authors prior to submission:
Accepted article types:
All articles submitted to Organic Materials undergo rigorous peer-review.
Full papers covering original research which provide dependable research results with detailed experimental procedures and full characterization of all important new compounds.
Preliminary reports of new research results whose significance to the scientific community justifies communication in a short format.
Manuscripts providing a comprehensive overview of a specific topic for the reader.
These follow the format of reviews. However, they provide a personal view on a specific topic.
If you are interested in contributing a review, please contact Organic Materials first to check scheduling and suitability.
Organic Materials is a gold open access journal. For the initial period, Organic Materials will not apply article publication charges (APC). An author can opt to pay an APC on a voluntary basis (pay-what-you-want model) to contribute to Thieme´s community efforts. Upon publication, you can freely download all articles directly from the Thieme e-Journals platform.
Articles are published in open access format under the current Creative Commons CC-BY-NC-ND license. This means that everyone is free to download, copy, distribute, share, and display articles, provided that the authors are properly credited. However, commercial use of the material or derivative works is not permitted. Although Thieme’s default license is CC-BY-NC-ND, in case of a funder requiring it, authors may select another license (e.g. CC-BY) and the Publisher will arrange publication accordingly.
Dr. Manfred Köhl Managing Editor Phone:+49 711 8931 775 Mail