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Amritsar,  October 11,  2021 – The Royal Society of Chemistry of United Kingdom, the oldest chemical society in the world, recently launched a themed collection entitled ‘Asymmetric Catalysis’ celebrating the 10th anniversary of RSC advances, a scientific journal published under the name of Royal Society of Chemistry.

            The collection ‘Asymmetric Catalysis’ comprises a total of combined 23 research and review articles, focusing on some of the most cited and downloaded articles published in RSC Advances and Catalysis science & Technology. Two of the review articles published by Prof. (Dr.) Swapandeep Singh Chimni with a total of 179 citations has been recognized by the Royal Society and included in the collection.

            Prof. Chimni, along with prof. Nakano, are the only ones to have been honoured with more than one inclusion. Prof. Chimni, from the Dept. of Chemistry of Guru Nanak Dev University, has been meticulously working on asymmetric organocatalysis from the last two decades with a total of more than 130 publications. The collection showcases some of the best articles published by RSC advances and Catalysis science & Technology with huge citation score, thus paving way for further advances in the field of chemistry and asymmetric catalysis which is a rapidly growing field and very recently recognized worldwide by grabbing Nobel Prize Chemistry of this year.

By: Madhur vyas

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