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- Manuscript Preparation
A precise cover letter is mandatory with the submission of a new manuscript. A cover letter has to give details as to why the submitted manuscript is appropriate for publication in the Journal of Chemistry and Environment and to explain the significance of the work done. Manuscripts should be compiled in the following order: cover letter; title page; abstract; main text; acknowledgments; declaration of interest statement (if applicable); appendices (as suitable); references; tables with captions and figures; figure captions (as a list).
- Manuscript style
The manuscripts have to be typed in double space with Arial font of size 11, line spacing 1.15and all margins should be ≥ 2.5 cm. Consecutive line-numbering needs to be given throughout the manuscript. Download Microsoft Word templates
- Introductory material
The second page of the manuscript after the cover letter should contain the following items in the order given below:
- Title of the paper that clearly defines the area of research;
- Names of all authors with the given name following surname in full for every author and their affiliations including complete postal addresses and email address of the corresponding author;
- 4–6 keywords (in alphabetical order), which reflect the key area of research (do not repeat words in the title);
- if the paper is based on a presentation on a meeting or similar, a footnote must be given with the date (name of the month spelled out), place, and title of the meeting;
- A footnote must also be given if the contribution is based on another publication.
For Research Articles, the third page of manuscript should start with the abstract not exceeding 300 words, clearly explain the research background, aims, methodology, results and conclusion. For Review Articles, Game Changers and Viewpoints abstracts may vary, but should not exceed 350 words. Although, for Short Communications, an abstract is limited to 500 words including spaces.
Moreover, authors are appreciated to also submit a graphical abstract, consisting of a figure or file identified to highlight your article. The graphical abstract will be posted on social media to enhance the readership.
- Main Text
The body of the article should contain the following sections: introduction; methods; results; discussion; conclusions.
Introduction: This section should state the relevance and background to the study, and its rationale and purpose.
Methods: This section should contain all the information that was available at the time the plan or protocol for the study was being written. You should describe your selection of the observational or experimental participants, identify the methods, apparatus and procedures in sufficient detail to allow others to reproduce the results, and describe statistical methods with enough detail to enable acknowledgeable readers with access to the original data to verify the reported results.
Results: Present your results in logical sequence in the text, tables, and figures. Where new parameter is reported, the results should include proper heading as appropriate.
Discussion: This should include inferences/consequences of the findings and their limitations/justifications, with reference to all other relevant studies conducted previously or ongoing published results and the possibilities of these suggestions for future research.
Conclusions: This must summarize the main paper. Ensure that extrapolations are reasonable and that conclusions are justified by the data presented, and indicate if the study design can be generalized to a broader study population.
It should be structured as follows: context, objective, methods (including data sources, study selection and data extraction), results and conclusion.
In the main text, references are to be quoted as numbers such as 1, 2 3... ascending order with brackets for exapmle , if there are two or more references add with comma such as [1,5,7], If the references are in ascending numbers like 1234 then add like [1-4].
If you are using an endnote, you can select the numbered style.
In References add the citation in orders with numbers.
1. Koleva, I.I., et al., Screening of plant extracts for antioxidant activity: a comparative study on three testing methods. Phytochemical Analysis: An International Journal of Plant Chemical and Biochemical Techniques, 2002. 13(1): p. 8-17.
2. Atif, A., et al., Acacia nilotica: A plant of multipurpose medicinal uses. Journal of medicinal plants research, 2012. 6(9): p. 1492-1496.
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