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Diyala Journal For Pure Science

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Instruction for Author
 
 
 
  • Organization of manuscripts

 

Manuscripts not exceeding 15 pages and send electronically with copyright form,also the manuscripts should be typed double-spaced on one side of high quality white A4 sheets with 2.50 cm margins, using Microsoft Word 2003 or a later version thereof. The sections should be arranged in the following order: Title Page, Abstract, Keywords, Introduction, Materials and Methods, Results, Discussion, Conclusion, Acknowledgments, Abbreviations (if any), References. Only the first letters of words in the Title, Headings and Subheadings are capitalized. Headings should be in bold while Subheadings should be otherwise 
 
  • Title page

 

Includes the title of the article, authors’ names with full first names and middle initials, and affiliations. The affiliation should comprise the department, institution (university or company), city and state and should be typed as a footnote tothe author’s name. The name and complete mailing address, telephone and fax numbers, and e-mail address of the author responsible for correspondence (who is designated with an asterisk) should also be included for office purposes

 

 
  • Abstract:
 
A one paragraph abstract not exceeding 150 words is required, which should be arranged to highlight the purpose, methods used, results and major findings.
 
 
  • Keywords:

 

A list of 2-6 keywords, which express the precise content of the manuscript for indexing purposes.

 

  • Introduction:
 
Should present the purpose of the studies to be reported and their relationship to earlier work in the field, but it should not be an extensive review of the literature.
 
 
  • Materials and methods:

 

Should be sufficiently informative to allow competent reproduction of the experimental procedures presented, yet concise enough not to be repetitive of earlier published procedures. Note that all unusual hazards in the chemicals, equipment or procedures used in the study must be clearly identified.
 
 
  • Results:
 
Should present results in Tables and Figures plus some complimentary data in the main Text without extensive discussion of results.
 
 
  • Discussion:
 
Should be concise focusing on the interpreting of the results without its repeating.
 
 
  • Conclusion:
 
Should be a brief account of the major findings of the study not exceeding one typed page at the most.
 
 
  • Nomenclature :
 
Registered trade names should be capitalized whenever they are used, while trade or trivial names should not be capitalized. The chemical name or composition should be given in parentheses at the first occurrence of that name. Nomenclature should be systematic conforming to those used by the Chemical Abstracts Service and recommended by IUPAC and IUBMB.
 
 
 
  • Abbreviations:
 
Abbreviations are to be used sparingly, otherwise provide a notation section indicating all nonstandard abbreviations on a separate page prior to the references section. The metric system should be used for all measurements, which must be indicated in lower case letters (e.g., g, kg, m, ml, s), while Standard International (SI) units are to be used conforming to IUPAC. Define all symbols used  in equations and formulas. Include a list of all symbols in the notation section when extensively used.
 
 
 
  • Acknowledge:
 
Acknowledgments, including those for grant and financial support, should be typed and placed directly preceding the References section.
 
 
 
  • References:
 
References should be typed double-spaced and numbered sequentially in the order in which they are cited in the text. References should be cited in the text by the appropriate Arabic numerals and enclosed in square brackets. Titles of journals are abbreviated according to the Chemical Abstracts Service Source Index (American Chemical Society). Authors are responsible for the accuracy of the references. The style and punctuation should conform to the following examples.
 
 
  • Journal article:
 
 
 For journals that are not paginated continuously throughout the year (e.g., page numbering does not continue from issue to the next), the volume number should be followed by the issue number in regular parentheses. In contrast, only the volume number is required for journals that are paginated continuously throughout the year. Examples
 
  1. Metallo, S. J.; Kane, R. S.; Holmlin, R. E.; Whitesides, G. M. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2003, 125, 4534-4540
  2. Stevens, M. J. Langmuir 1999, 15, 2773-2778
  3. Walmsley, I.; Rabitz, H. Phys. Today 2003, 56(8), 43-49
  4. Freemantle, M. Chem. Eng. News 1988, 76(28), 15-16

 

  • Books with author, no editor:

 

  1. Calvert, J. G.; Pitts, J. N. Photochemistry; Wiley: New York, 1966, pp 156-186
  2. Zewail, A. H. Femtochemistry-Ultrafast Dynamics of the Chemical Bond; World Scientific: Singapore, 1994; Vol. I, pp 52-58.

 

  • Books with author and editor:

 

  1. a) The carbohydrates: Chemistry and Biochemistry; Pigman, W. W., Ed.; Academic
  2. Press: New York, 1970; pp 45-50
  3. b) Hilman, L. W. In Dye Laser Principles with Applications; Durate, F. J.; Hilman, L
  4. W.; Eds.; Academic press: New York, 1990; Chapter 1
  5. c) Lochbrunner, S.; Stock, K.; De waele, V.; Riedle, E. Ultrafast Excited-State Proton Transfer: Reactive Dynamics by Multidimensional Wavepacket Motion. In Femtochemistry and Femtobiology: Ultrafast dynamics in Molecular Science;  Douhal, A.; Santamaria, J., Eds.; World Scientific: Singapore, 2002; pp 202-212
  6. d) Femtochemistry and Femtobiology: Ultrafast Reaction Dynamics at Atomic Scale Resolution; Sundstrom, V., Ed.; World Scientific: Singapore, 1997; Chapter 2
 
  •  Technical report:
 
Schneider, A. B. Technical Report No. 1234-56, 1985; ABC Company, New York.
 
 
  •  Patent:

 

Kealy, T. J. US Patent 3 062 820, 1962; Chem. Abstr. 1963, 58, 9101.
 
 
  • Thesis:
 
Flink, S. Sensing Monolayers on Gold and Glass. Ph.D. Thesis, University of Twente, Enschede, the Netherlands, 2000.
 
 
  • Conferences:
 
 
Huber, O.; Szejtli, J. Proceedings of the IV International Symposium on Cyclodextrins; Munchen; Kluwer Academic Publishers: Dordrecht, 1988.
 
 
  • Internet sources:
 
Should include Author names (if any), Title, Internet website, URL, and (date of access).
 
 
  • Copyright

 

Submission is an admission by the authors that the manuscript has neither been previously published nor is being considered for publication elsewhere. A statement transferring copyright from the authors to DJPS is required before the manuscript can be accepted for publication. The necessary form for such transfer is supplied by the Editor-in-Chief with the article proofs. Reproduction of any part of the contents of a published work is forbidden without a written permission by the Editor-in-Chief.
 
 
  • Disclaimer 

 

Articles, communication or editorials published by DJPS represent the sole opinions of the authors. The publisher shoulders no responsibility or liability whatsoever for the use or misuse of the information published by DJPS.
 
 
Address of correspondence and enquiry
 
Diyala Journal for Pure Science
College of Science
University of Diyala 
Baquba
Diyala
Iraq
 
 
E-mail:  editer@djps.uodiyala.edu.iq
 
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