Instruction to Author
The International Journal of Chemical Engineering is a peer-reviewed journal devoted to the publication of original research papers, review articles and book reviews in all areas of chemical engineering. It aims at providing a forum for international academics and industrial practitioners to present original fundamental research, discussion of new developments in chemical engineering and technology transfer and collaboration. The topics include chemical reaction engineering and design, industrial processing engineering and optimisation, environmental engineering and technology.
In each year, 3 issues will be published and the Journal will be published by: SERIALS PUBLICATIONS New Dehli INDIA.
Instruction for Authors: Authors interested in submitting a paper are requested to send their manuscript for review to the Editor-in-Chief. The submission of a paper implies the author’s assurance that the paper has not been published and that it has not been submitted simultaneously for publication elsewhere. Once a paper is accepted, authors are required to transfer the copyrights of the paper over to the publisher and should submit the copyright form. All manuscripts should be submitted by electronic or regular mail directly to the Editor-in-chief. The submission should include the email and regular address of the corresponding author. Electronic submissions are preferred and should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org as a pdf file.
Dr. Shaobin Wang
Department of Chemical Engineering, Curtin University of Technology
GPO Box U1987, Perth, WA 6845, Australia
Style for Manuscript: All papers must be written in clear, concise English and should follow the format.
Title and Authors: The title should describe the contents fully but concisely without the use of abbreviations.
The names (forenames are preferred to initials) and affiliations of all authors should be given, with full postal addresses. The author to whom correspondence is to be sent should be indicated. Please supply telephone and fax numbers, as well as e-mail addresses, for use by the Editorial Office should any queries arise.
Abstract: An abstract of no more than 200 words describing the content and results of the paper should precede the text of the paper.
Keywords: You should prepare no more than 6 keywords for your manuscript.
Text: Experimental procedures and analytical conditions should be presented with sufficient detail and clarity to enable the results to be verified.
References: Numbered references should be used to cite relevant published work. They should be typed in square brackets as superscripts after punctuation. References should be numbered consecutively and listed (with the numbers in square brackets but not superscript) at the end of the main body of text. Electronic pathways or Internet links should be included in the normal literature references in the numerical sequence.
Journal citations should appear in this form: All author(s) names (initials and surnames), abbreviated journal title, year, volume number, full page reference. e.g.: J. Jones, S. Smith, Intl. J. Chem. Eng. 2008, 1, 1-6.
Book references should follow the form:
Books without an editor: e.g.: E. Wingender, Gene Regulation in Eukaryotes, VCH, Weinheim,
1993, p.2 15. Books with an editor: e.g.: T.D. Tullius in Comprehensive Supramolecular Chemistry,
Vol 5 (Eds,: J.L. Atwood, J.E.D. Davies, D.D. MacNicol, F. Vogtle, K.S. Suslick), Pergamon, Oxford,
Tables: Tables are to be numbered with Arabic numerals in the order of their citation in the text and included in the main document at the end of the text following the references section.
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