Impact Factor: 0.015*

Macromolecules: An Indian Journal is a Multidisciplinary, Peer-reviewed, Open Access journal, is the provider and publisher of important and reliable source of current information on developments in the field of molecular Science and concern fields all together.

Aims & Scope

• Emphasized global dissemination of information by scientists, academicians, Research Scholars with respect of current inventions, developments in all phases of Molecular Sciences.

• Journal seeking for papers of outstanding significance, ground-breaking discoveries in Molecular Sciences which covers broad coverage of Quantitative studies of Synthetic and Naturally occurring Polymers and their applications,Polymer Chemistry, Chemistry of Macromolecular and Polymer structure and function, Molecular Structure and properties of Proteins, Macromolecular Carbohydrates, Glycoproteins, Proteoglycans, Lignins, Biological Poly-acids, and Nucleic acids and in depth of polymer and Macromolecular studies.

• Macromolecules: An Indian Journal provides an effective way to publish Original articles, reviews, short communications, rapid communications, letters to the editor, case-reports.

• The articles will be managed electronically, examined by a scientific committee and anonymous evaluators and published every month in HTML and PDF formats.

• Macromolecules: An Indian Journal publishes one volume each year with new articles being added instantly. The journal encourages research scientists, faculty, and students who are actively involved in scientific research and/or teaching at all levels, to submit their articles for intensive peer-reviewing and expedite publishing. Individuals from small and non-research oriented institutions are especially encouraged to submit their original articles for publication consideration.

Submit manuscript at http://www.tsijournals.com/editorialtracking/macromolecules/ or send as an Email attachment to the Editorial Office: [email protected]

*2016 Journal Impact Factor was established by dividing the number of articles published in 2014 and 2015 with the number of times they are cited in 2016 based on Google search and the Scholar Citation Index database. If 'X' is the total number of articles published in 2014 and 2015, and 'Y' is the number of times these articles were cited in indexed journals during 2016 then, impact factor = Y/X

Recently Published Papers

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:: Mailer Inbox :: Niue HacKer ::Response Surface Methodology for the Competitive Sorption of Metal ions from Aqueous Medium using Starch-Graft-Copolymer

Author(s): Ekebafe LO, Ogbeifun DE, Okieimen FE and Amenaghawon AN

The competitive sorption of Cu (II), Pb (II) and Cd (II) by graft copolymer of cassava starch and acrylic acid was investigated using the response surface methodology. Optimization of the me..

Original Article, Macromol Ind J. 2017 Vol: 12( 2)

:: Mailer Inbox :: Niue HacKer ::Isolation and Identification of Fungi from Contaminated Soil to Build Biological Resource as Biocontrol Activity">

:: Mailer Inbox :: Niue HacKer ::Isolation and Identification of Fungi from Contaminated Soil to Build Biological Resource as Biocontrol Activity

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The isolation and identification of fungi for the purpose of reduce the pesticide effect and reduce the effect of plant disease which is induced by the high use of the chemical pesticide or ..

Original Article, Macromol Ind J. 2017 Vol: 12( 2)

:: Mailer Inbox :: Niue HacKer ::Biodegradation Studies of Cellulose-Based Polyurethane Foams.">

:: Mailer Inbox :: Niue HacKer ::Biodegradation Studies of Cellulose-Based Polyurethane Foams.

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The extent of biodegradation of polyurethane foams produced using the sugar bagasse from native sugar cane plant as a source for natural cellulose fibers for the production of cellulose base..

Original Article, Macromol Ind J. 2017 Vol: 12( 2)

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