Author Agreement Journal Of Materials Research And Technology

3 Dec

A statement describing all financial conflicts of interest or absence is published in each article in the ACS`s partner newspaper and newspaper. Aims and Scope The Journal of Materials Research and Technology provides international support for the publication of theoretical and experimental studies on metallurgy, materials and mineral research and technology. Environmental Science and Technology (ES-T) is an effective environmental science and technology journal that aims to produce a transformative and focused publication of rigorous and robust documents for a multidisciplinary and diverse audience of scientists, policy makers and the environmental community. For more than 50 years, ES-T has been a key priority on the first track for the first stage of reflection and will continue to serve as a focus for important, universally relevant and generalized research to inform decision-making. The journal promotes rigorous scholarships on complex environmental phenomena, including fate, transportation and transformation in natural and technical systems, while facilitating the resolution of critical environmental problems. In addition to the novelty and importance of the research, ES-T considers the relevance of the manuscripts submitted for their broad readership. Critical review (length limit: 10,000 word equivalents). These manuscripts are in-depth and comprehensive and prospective assessments of certain areas of environmental science and technological research. Critical evaluations should broaden readers` knowledge through discriminatory analyses and an informative organization of materials.

Critical evaluations are not intended to make catalogues of previous research and must go beyond synthesis to include analyses. Factors considered in assessing critical assessments include the current and likely future importance of the field to be examined, the thoroughness of literary reports, the clarity of presentation, and the identification of future research needs. All ACS newspapers and partner magazines have simplified their formatting requirements in favour of a standardized examination format optimized for a first presentation of manuscripts. This change allows authors to focus on the scientific content needed for effective verification, not formatting issues. It will also help ensure that auditors are able to focus on the scientific utility of a submission during the peer review process and, if necessary, expedite the transfer process to another ACS review. To learn more about the requirements and benefits of authors and critics, click here. The manuscripts presented to ES-T for the first time must comply with these standards: computer codes. If computer codes are developed or used and are an essential part of a manuscript, the details must be sufficiently detailed, either inside the document or in the IS.

The types of language used in computer codes, compiler/interpreter and operating system with a specific version must be provided or correctly cited.