Mission Statement

The Asian Chemical Editorial Society (ACES) is an organization of 13 major chemical societies in Asia and the Pacific. It was founded in 2005 as a conglomeration of chemical societies with the mutual aim of creating a modern publishing forum for research in Asia and coordinating future publishing activities.

The participating societies share a commitment to scientific excellence, to publishing ethics, and to the highest standards in publication, which are the basis for the success of Chemistry—An Asian Journal and its associated journals.

Publications

Chemistry—An Asian Journal

A sister journal of Angewandte Chemie and Chemistry—A European Journal

Supporting Organizations: ChemPubSoc Europe, Gesellschaft Deutscher Chemiker (German Chemical Society, GDCh), Federation of Asian Chemical Societies (FACS).

Asian Journal of Organic Chemistry

A sister journal of the European Journal of Organic Chemistry

For the publication of the AsianJOC, ACES is joined by the Korean Society of Organic Synthesis.

Supporting Organization: ChemPubSoc Europe

ACES supports the publication of the ChemPubSoc Europe journals Chemistry—A European Journal, the European Journal of Organic Chemistry, and ChemSusChem.

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Angew Chem

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Editorials: New Developments

Chemistry - An Asian Journal Theresa Kueckmann
A Good Year
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Asian Journal of Organic ChemistryRichard Threlfall
There's an App for That
Asian J. Org. Chem. 2014 3, 3.

 

Research of the DayEditors' Choice: Spotlights

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Why p-Cymene? Conformational Effect in Asymmetric Hydrogenation of Aromatic Ketones with a η6-Arene/Ruthenium(II) Catalyst

Why p-Cymene? Conformational Effect in Asymmetric Hydrogenation of Aromatic Ketones with a η6-Arene/Ruthenium(II) Catalyst

Think global: Global reaction route mapping (GRRM) methods conveniently define transition states in asymmetric hydrogenation and transfer hydrogenation of aromatic ketones via the [RuH{(S,S)-TsNCH(C6H5)CH(C6H5)NH2}(η6-p-cymene)] intermediate. Multiple electrostatic CH/π interactions are the common motif in the preferred diastereometric structures.

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Aki Matsuoka, Christian A. Sandoval, Masanobu Uchiyama, Ryoji Noyori, Hiroshi Naka
Chem. Asian J., Oct 24, 2014, DOI: 10.1002/asia.201402979. Read article.

Polyoxometalate-Based Entangled Coordination Networks Induced by an Extended Bis(triazole) Ligand

Polyoxometalate-Based Entangled Coordination Networks Induced by an Extended Bis(triazole) Ligand

Creating a new kind of network: The hydrothermal reaction system containing transition metal ions, 4,4'-bis(1,2,4-triazol-1-ylmethyl)biphenyl (BBPTZ), and Keggin-type polyoxometalates (POMs) led to the preparation of new POM-based coordination networks with entangled and porous structural features. The compounds exhibit a good stability and photocatalytic activity towards MB degradation under irradiation with UV light.

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Xiu-Li Hao, Yuan-Yuan Ma, Wen-Zhe Zhou, Hong-Ying Zang, Yong-Hui Wang, Yang-Guang Li
Chem. Asian J., Oct 24, 2014, DOI: 10.1002/asia.201402958. Read article.