Rules for authors
The journal is designed for publication of experimental and theoretical investigation results in the field of chemistry, biochemistry and chemical technology. Among priority fields that emphasized by chemical science are as follows: advanced materials and chemical technologies; current issues of organic synthesis and chemistry of natural products; physical chemistry; chemical physics; electro-photo-radiative-plasma chemistry; colloids; nanotechnologies; catalysis and surface-active materials; polymers; biochemistry.
E-mail address of the journal editorial staff is: email@example.com
When applying the article to the editorial staff, it is necessary to attach a supporting letter is addressed to editor-inchief using a letterhead paper.
Title page should contain:
* The article title should be in English (the title should be informative and not exceed 10-15 words).
* Surnames and initials of the authors should be in English transliteration, official anglicized names
* Full name of the organizations where the work is performed, as well as their addresses in English transliteration, e-mail addresses of the authors, ORCID, position, scientific degree, title.
The abstract should be informative and conceptual, which explains a general orientation of the article and its main formulated results. Any references to literary sources as well as sections of the article are inadmissible in the abstract.
In abstract it is necessary to use main key concepts that associated with the presentational article, given that the majority of modern information systems are carrying out the contextual search only by names and abstracts of scientific publications. The volume of Abstract is 200-250 words.
The article should be divided into sections (Abstract, Nomenclature (if used), Introduction, Experimental part, Results and Discussion, Conclusion, Acknowledgments, References, Tables, List of Figures), if it is necessary into subsections and smaller structural units, having a multi-level numbering (if any subsections). The introduction should contain a clearly described subject of the research and short review of published works related with a declared theme. In reference list it is necessary to indicate current publications (for the last 5-10 years) concerning a targeted theme with links to foreign scientists.
The volume of the article should not exceed 24 printed pages (approximately 40 thous. characters one space per word), including a sheet with signatures to figures, tables and list of literature. The number of figures is not more than 12-15 (including parts, etc.). The text should be presented in MS Word format for Windows with common fonts (Times New Roman, Symbol).
Do not insert the Cyrillic font (letters) into the English text.
It is necessary to use the International System of Units (SI) where it is appropriate and does not conflict with established traditions. All the abbreviations and text indexes must be decrypted.
References and footnotes
Equations, illustrations, tables and as a rule, quoted sources (in square brackets [N]) should be numbered in accordance with sequence of their mention in the text. It is recommended not to number the equations, links which absent in the article.
Tables should have names and numeration and if necessary, explanatory texts and notes. The tables should be numbered only if there is more than one.
List of references
When preparing the list of references, it is necessary to verify carefully all the details of the link (edition, year, volume, pages).
The list should be fully compatible with the main text of the article, i.e. to contain all mentioned works in it. The list should contain links to available sources, if available, to indicate the DOI of the article. Combination of several articles in one link is not allowed, as well as links to unpublished works. All links should be oriented only for print media. Links to web-sites except electron journals are not allowed. Each list item must include:
* Names and initials of all authors (up to ten)
* Title of the journal (book, preprint) and article
* Year of publication, volume number of the journal, page number (first and last)
* Names and initials of the editors (book, writings, collections)
* Name of the publishing house and place of publication (writings, collections, preprint)
* Place and dates of conferences (when referred to works)
Journals: J.D. Cosgrove, A.J. Owen, Combust. Flame 22 (2006) 3-18.
Books: P. Prasad, Propagation of a Curved Shock and Nonlinear Ray Theory. Longman Scientific & Technical, Harlow, U.K., 2005, p. 105.
Symposium Proceedings: F.A. Williams, Thirty-third Symposium (International) on Combustion, The Combustion Institute, Pittsburgh, 2010, p. 1281.
In order to avoid some misunderstandings concerning the correctness of the abbreviation, it should be cited fully. When translating a Russian-language source (books, monographs, theses research, etc.) it should be provided the transliteration of the names and initials of the authors, as well as source title.
Examples of bibliographical descriptions in English language
V.A. Moiseev, V.A. Tarasov, V.A. Kolmykov, A.S. Filimonov. Tekhnologiia proizvodstva zhidkostnykh raketnykh dvigatelei [Technology of liquid rocket engines production]. Moscow, Bauman MSTU Publ., 2008. 381 p. V.I. Semenov. Matematicheskoe modelirovanie plazmy v sisteme kompaktnyi tor. Dokt, Diss. [Mathematical modeling of the plasma in the compact torus. Doct. Thes.]. Moscow, 2003. 272 p.
The figures should be presented as singular files in graphic format.
Figures cab be sent in vector (the programs CorelDraw, Adobe Illustrator, Origin and etc.) or dot (* .tiff, * .bmp, * .jpg, * .gif) formats. In dotted formats the resolution should be: 300 dpi for dashed and 150 dpi for halftone illustrations.
During preparation of it, the authors should take into account that the final width of the published illustration cannot exceed 120 mm.
The figures should be well-defined and easy to read, have designations are closely match to the text of the article.
The picture captions should be presented on a separate sheet. All employ designations should be deciphered in captions. If the illustration consists of several parts, each part should be designated by low-case letter of Latin alphabet in parentheses.
When typing an article, it should be avoided:
• using of hard word return (it is recommended to use automatic hyphenation);
• more than two space characters in a row (when large shifts, it is recommended to use a tabulator).
The Authors who has published their articles will receive an electronic version of their article in * .pdf file via e-mail.