The Journal of Chemical Physics is proud to be celebrating its 80th year as the leading and most cited journal in chemical physics. The Journal has been at the forefront of the field since its inception in 1933. The 80th Anniversary Collection includes seminal papers on electronic structure methods, potential energy surfaces, transition states and reaction pathways, Monte Carlo and molecular dynamics simulation methods and applications, time-dependent methods in quantum dynamics, electron transfer reactions, advances in nuclear magnetic resonance methods, and spectroscopic methods and formalisms including multidimensional techniques with applications ranging from water to proteins.
Going forward, the Journal will continue to publish Communications, Perspectives, Special Topic sections, and regular articles in core areas of chemical physics as well as emerging and multidisciplinary fields. The Journal covers the latest breakthroughs in theoretical methods and advanced experimental techniques in chemical physics relevant to studies of atoms, molecules, clusters, liquids, glasses, crystals, polymers, biological molecules and networks, surfaces, interfaces, and materials.
Here are 80 articles that highlight the 80 years of outstanding work published in the Journal. Happy 80th Anniversary to The Journal of Chemical Physics!
(Pines article selected)
Proton-enhanced NMR of dilute spins in solids, A. Pines, M. G. Gibby, and J. S. Waugh, J. Chem. Phys. 59, 569 (1973)