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The Introduction of the Special Issue

Biomolecules including proteins, lipid, nucleic acid and organic molecules operate different types of interactions at aqueous/aqueous electrolyte solutions. The interaction of the electrolytic ions affect in different ways depending on the nature of solute and electrolytic ions. The dynamic interactions of the small molecules and ions make it difficult to understand by structural methods. Consequently various theories were developed to explain how the small molecule interacts in an environment that includes electrolytes. The aim of this special issue is to welcome articles advancements in research of biologically important small molecule in different mixed solvent systems for better understanding of solute solvent interactions.


The Research Scope of the Special Issue

· Physical chemistry

· Biochemistry

· Analytical chemistry

· Pharmaceutical chemistry

· Biophysical chemistry


The Article Title of the Special Issue

1: Analysis of solubility data of pharmaceutically important biomolecules.

2: Physiochemical properties of solutions.

3: Thermodynamic Solvation of small molecules.

4: Transfer Gibbs free energy and entropy of small molecules in solutions.

5: Physical chemistry of liquids solutions in the field of biochemistry.

6: Solute-Solvent interaction of small molecules in simple organic liquids.

7: Thermodynamic studies of amino acids in binary\ternary solvent systems.


Submission guidelines

All papers should be submitted via the Insight-Chemistry submission system:


Submitted articles should not be published or under review elsewhere. All submissions will be subject to the journal’s standard peer review process. Criteria for acceptance include originality, contribution, scientific merit and relevance to the field of interest of the Special Issue.


Important Dates

Paper Submission Due: March, 2020


The Lead Guest Editor

Sanjay Roy


Guest Editors

1. Aslam Hossain

Department of Physical and Inorganic Chemistry,Institute of Natural Sciences and Mathematics

Ural Federal University, 620000, Yekaterinburg, Russia

2. Kalachand Mahali

Department of Chemistry, University of Kalyani,Nadia- 741235, West Bengal, India.