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The Research & Reviews in Polymer is devoted to the rapid publication of fundamental research papers on all phases of Polymer. Topics include Studies of structure and properties, biological and industrial development, analytical methods, chemical and microbiological modifications, interactions with other materials.
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Our aim is to encourage scientists to publish their experimental and theoretical results in as much detail as possible. Therefore, there is no restriction on the length of the papers. Our journal provides an effective way to publish Research article, review article, short communications, rapid communications and letter to the editor. Polymer chemistry Macromolecular chemistry Bio macromolecules and complex polymer systems Polymeric hybrid materials Polymer physics Polymer characterization Thermodynamics Synthetic polymers Natural polymers Fibres, films Plastics, elastomers Advanced processing of polymers
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Recently Published Papers
Author(s): Yeong-Soon Gal
Ionically conducting polymers are of great interest because of their extensive conjugation and ionic nature. These materials have potentials as materials for mixed ionic and electronic condu..
Editorial, Res Rev Polymer. 2016 Vol: 7( 4)