Brief introduction: Journal of Inorganic Materials (JIM, ISSN 1000-324X, CN 31-1363/TQ), launched in 1986, published monthly in Chinese with English abstracts, is a famous national peer-reviewed journal in inorganic materials science. JIM is sponsored by the Shanghai Institute of Ceramics,ChineseAcademyof Sciences, and published by the Science Press.
JIM is devoted to the publication of advances in the field of inorganic non-metallic materials, including achievement obtained at different stages, new processes and new techniques, in the form of peer-reviewed research papers, research letters and review articles.
Main topics: Structure Ceramics, Information Functional Materials, Energy and Environment Materials, Biomaterials, etc.
Editor-in-Chief: Professor Lidong Chen, an academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences.
Indexed in: Science Citation Index Expanded (SCIE), Engineering Index (EI), Scopus, Chemical Abstract (CA), Cambridge Science Abstract (CSA)，etc
Readers: Scientific and technical workers engaged in inorganic nonmetallic materials and university teachers and students interested in these special fields.
Address of the Editorial Office: 585 Heshuo Road, Shanghai 201899, China Shanghai Institute of Ceramics, Chinese Academy of Sciences
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