RULES FOR AUTHORS
The E-mail address of the journal editorial staff is: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Editorial Board of the journal asks to be guided by the following rules for authors. Articles drawn up without following these rules are not subject to consideration.
The Eurasian Chemico-Technological Journal publishes scientific articles and reviews (at the invitation of the Editor-in-Chief) in the field of chemistry and chemical technology. Directions of the journal: inorganic chemistry, organic, analytical, physical, colloidal, macromolecular compounds, biochemistry; chemical physics; nanotechnology; electro-, photo-, radiation-plasma technologies.
An article is accepted for publication upon receipt of at least two positive reviews. All articles that go to the Editorial office of the journal are checked for borrowing.
The article should contain new results of experimental and theoretical research, the volume of material taken from any particular publication should not exceed 10% for a scientific article (20% for reviews) and not exceed the self-citation threshold of 20-25%.
Publications are not allowed for consideration, a significant amount of which was previously published in other publications, revised (modified) by translating the article into English or by making small changes (additions) to the article.
By submitting an article to the journal, the author(s) guarantees that the material (in original or in translation into other languages) has not been previously published and is not being considered for publication in other Journals.
To consider an article, authors must submit to the editorial office of the journal:
1) An electronic version of the article in English (the volume of the article should not exceed 30 thousand characters). The text of the article is drawn up in one column, you should not split the text into two columns (text editor: Microsoft Word, font: Times New Roman; spacing: double; font size: 14 pt.). Submitted papers should be well formatted and use good English.
2) A cover letter addressed to the Editor-in-Chief on the letterhead of the organization (if any) with a summary of the content and relevance of this publication. The submitted article must have the consent-signature of all authors (co-authors) specified in the article.
3) It is necessary to send the data of 3 desired reviewers (name, place of work, contact information, E-mail, ORCID). Recommended reviewers should be competent experts in accordance with the scientific direction of the article. At the same time, these reviewers should not have joint publications with the authors of the submitted article for the last 5 years. Of the three reviewers, 2 reviewers must be foreign, 1 reviewer can be from the same country as the authors of the submitted article, but at the same time they must not work in the same organization, i.e. have no general affiliation.
4) Figures and diagrams must be submitted in their original format (JPG, TIF and other graphic formats). The number of drawings should be no more than 12-15 (including parts: a, b, etc.). Each drawing should be presented in a separate file (for example, 1a, 1b, 1c, etc.).
5) Permission to reproduce all figures previously published by international publishing houses.
The title page must contain:
- Title of the article (the title of the article should be informative and not exceed 10-15 words).
- Surnames and initials of authors.
- Full name of the scientific organization and address where the work was done.
- E-mail addresses of authors, ORCID, position, scientific degree, title.
The article should be divided into sections (Abstract, Nomenclature (if used), Introduction, Experimental, Results and Discussion, Conclusions, Acknowledgements, References, Tables, List of Figures), and, if necessary, into subsections and smaller structural units that have multilevel (if subsections are available) numbering.
The annotation must provide information on the specific results of the work and the conclusions arising from them. The abstract should use the basic key concepts related to the submitted article, bearing in mind that most modern information systems carry out a contextual search only by the titles and annotations of scientific publications. The abstract should not contain equations, symbols, abbreviations, references to literature. At the end of the annotation, 5-7 keywords should be given that reflects the subject of the article. The volume of the abstract is 150-200 words.
In the Introduction, it is recommended to clearly describe the object of research and give a brief overview of the works published on this topic. The list of references should reflect current publications on this topic over the past 5 years, taking into account the work of foreign scientists.
References and footnotes
Equations, figures, tables, cited sources (in square brackets [N]) should be numbered in accordance with the order in which they are mentioned in the text.
Tables should be labeled and numbered, and if necessary, explanatory texts and notes.
It is recommended to use the ChemDraw program for typing chemical formulas.
Units of measurements of physical quantities must be indicated according to the international system (SI).
Figures and diagrams must be submitted in their original format (JPG, TIF, etc.). The number of drawings should be no more than 12-15. Drawings should be of good quality and provide clarity in all details (300-600 dpi resolution). Drawings that do not meet the requirements of the magazine are not accepted.
ALL FIGURES PREVIOUSLY PUBLISHED BY INTERNATIONAL PUBLISHERS MUST OBTAIN PERMISSION TO REPRODUCE.
List of references
The list of references should fully correspond to the main text of the article, i.e. contain all the works mentioned in it and contain links to available sources. Given that the journal is published in English and is aimed at a wide range of readers, we ask the authors not to provide links to inaccessible and uninformative sources, namely to those publications that do not have translated versions in English or are not available for reading (not found search engines on the Internet). It is not allowed to combine several articles in one link, as well as links to unpublished works. Links to other websites than electronic journals websites are not allowed.
Each list item should include:
- surnames and initials of all (up to six) authors
- title of the publication, number of the volume of the journal, year of publication, page numbers, DOI
- surnames and initials of the editors of the book (works, collection)
- place and dates of the conference (with references to its proceedings)
Journals: J.D. Cosgrove, A.J. Owen, Combust. Flame 22 (2006) 3-18. DOI: …
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.
An article sent to the authors for revision must be returned in a corrected form within 1 month. After this period, it is considered as a new one. The editorial board of the journal sends the proofreading of the article to the corresponding author for verification by e-mail in the form of a PDF file. Authors must return a verified version of the article (proofreading) within 7 days.