Magnetic Resonance
Magnetic Resonance
Magnetic Resonance

Journal subject areas

Every editor of Magnetic Resonance covers one or more combinations of field and topic, for which they process submissions on a regular basis. The subject areas of the editors are shown below, with fields indicated first and topics second. If an author selects a combination not covered by an editor, all editors of the field selected will be invited.

Field

  • Liquid-state NMR
  • Solid-state NMR
  • EPR
  • MRI
  • NQR
  • Hyperpolarization
    • DNP
    • Overhauser effect
    • para-hydrogen
  • N/V centers
    • diamond N/V centers
    • other unconventional methods
  • Zero and low field (ZULF)
    • field cycling

Topic

  • Instrumentation
    • probe development
    • magnets
    • electronics
  • Theory
    • spin-dynamics simulations
    • relaxation theory and chemical exchange
  • Computation
    • quantum chemical
    • molecular dynamics
    • structure computation algorithms
    • spectral simulation
  • Signal processing methods
    • non-uniform sampling
    • principal component analysis
    • others
  • Pulse-sequence development
  • Unconventional detection methods
    • optical detection
    • electrical detection
  • Applications – small molecules
    • chemical analysis
    • liquid crystals
    • metabolomics
    • diffusion
    • in vivo incl. MRS, spatial localisation and functional imaging
  • Applications – biological macromolecules
    • proteins (also in-cell)
    • RNA/DNA
  • Applications – materials
    • inorganic materials
    • batteries and energy materials
    • polymers and soft matter
  • (Bio)Chemistry
    • isotope labelling
    • radicals
    • spin labels
    • chemical labels