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Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical

Sensors & Actuators, B: Chemical is an interdisciplinary journal dedicated to covering research and development in the field of chemical sensors, actuators and microsystems.

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Journal of Solid State Electrochemistry

The Journal of Solid State Electrochemistry is devoted to all aspects of solid-state chemistry and solid-state physics in electrochemistry.

Journal of Applied Electrochemistry

The Journal of Applied Electrochemistry is the leading journal on technologically orientated aspects of electrochemistry. The interface between electrochemical science and engineering is highlighted, emphasizing the application of electrochemistry to technological development and practice, and documenting properties and data of materials; design factors, design methodologies, scale-up, economics and testing of electrochemical devices and processes.

Sensors and Actuators A: Physical

Sensors and Actuators A: Physical brings together multidisciplinary interests in one journal entirely devoted to disseminating information on all aspects of research and development of solid-state devices for transducing physical signals. Sensors and Actuators A: Physical regularly publishes original papers, letters to the Editors and from time to time invited review articles.


Scientists engaged in ultrastructure research seem to fall into two overlapping categories. One group uses existing tools and methods to advance knowledge in particular disciplines. The second group is committed to advancing the tools and methods themselves. For the benefit of both groups, this work finds its outlet in Ultramicroscopy, a journal initiated to provide a forum for investigators and to concentrate otherwise widely dispersed knowledge, promoting cross-fertilization between the two groups. This communication between developer and user covers all aspects - fundamental and technical - pertaining to ultramicroscopic elucidation of structure, ranging from particle optics to radiation interaction.