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Introduction EDITORIAL www.rsc.org/annrepc | Annual Reports C Graham Webb, Scientific Editor DOI: 10.1039/b705159j It is a pleasure for me to introduce Part C of Volume 103 of Annual Reports on the Progress of Chemistry. As is usual in this series of reports the topics chosen represent many of the areas of exciting current progress in physical chemistry and chemical physics. The Volume begins with an account of ‘‘ECL – Electrochemical luminescence’’ by R. Pyati and M. M. Richter; this is followed by a report on ‘‘Chemistry in low-temperature matrices’’ by M. J. Almond and N. Goldberg; T. Mori and T. Kawamoto report on ‘‘Organic conductors—from fundamentals to nonlinear conductivity’’; ‘‘Product branching ratios in simple gas phase reactions’’ is covered by P. W. Seakins; S. Ravy reviews ‘‘Diffuse X-ray scattering studies of molecular conductors’’; ‘‘Interfacial immobilisation of DNA molecules’’ is reviewed by X. Zhao, F. Pan and J. R. Lu; C. J. Rhodes reports on ‘‘Zeolites: physical aspects and environmental applications’’; ’’Polarized measurements in Raman microscopy’’ is ´ discussed by F. Lagugne-Labarthet; finally D. C. Lee, D. K. Smith, A. T. Heitsch and B. A. Korgel review ’’Colloidal magnetic nanocrystals: synthesis, properties and applications’’. My thanks are due to all of these reporters for their interesting and timely accounts and for submitting them promptly. Annu. Rep. Prog. Chem., Sect. C, 2007, 103, 11 | 11 This journal is The Royal Society of Chemistry 2007 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Annual Reports Section "C" (Physical Chemistry) Royal Society of Chemistry

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EDITORIAL www.rsc.org/annrepc | Annual Reports C Graham Webb, Scientific Editor DOI: 10.1039/b705159j It is a pleasure for me to introduce Part C of Volume 103 of Annual Reports on the Progress of Chemistry. As is usual in this series of reports the topics chosen represent many of the areas of exciting current progress in physical chemistry and chemical physics. The Volume begins with an account of ‘‘ECL – Electrochemical luminescence’’ by R. Pyati and M. M. Richter; this is followed by a report on ‘‘Chemistry in low-temperature matrices’’ by M. J. Almond and N. Goldberg; T. Mori and T. Kawamoto report on ‘‘Organic conductors—from fundamentals to nonlinear conductivity’’; ‘‘Product branching ratios in simple gas phase reactions’’ is covered by P. W. Seakins; S. Ravy reviews ‘‘Diffuse X-ray scattering studies of molecular conductors’’; ‘‘Interfacial immobilisation of DNA molecules’’ is reviewed by X. Zhao, F. Pan and J. R. Lu; C. J. Rhodes reports on ‘‘Zeolites: physical aspects and environmental applications’’; ’’Polarized measurements in Raman microscopy’’ is ´ discussed by F. Lagugne-Labarthet; finally D. C. Lee, D. K. Smith, A. T. Heitsch and B. A. Korgel review ’’Colloidal magnetic nanocrystals: synthesis, properties and applications’’. My thanks are due to all of these reporters for their interesting and timely accounts and for submitting them promptly. Annu. Rep. Prog. Chem., Sect. C, 2007, 103, 11 | 11 This journal is The Royal Society of Chemistry 2007

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