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中国科学:化学(英文版)(Science China Chemistry)(原:中国科学B辑) (官网投稿)

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《中国科学:化学》(英文版)(Science China Chemistry)(月刊)创刊于1950年,是中国科学院、国家自然科学基金委员会主办,中国科学杂志社出版的自然科学专业性学术刊物。任务是反映中国自然科学各学科中的最新科研成果,以促进国内外的学术交流。《中国科学》以论文形式报道中国基础研究和应用研究方面具有创造性的、高水平的和有重要意义的科研成果。在国际学术界,《中国科学》作为代表中国最高水平的学术刊物也受到...[显示全部]
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Information for Authors

(Revised January 2017)

SCIENCE CHINA Chemistry (Sci China Chem) is a monthly peerreviewed academic journal supervised by the Chinese Academy of Sciences, and co-sponsored by the Chinese Academy of Sciences and the National Natural Science Foundation of China. Its primary mission is to encourage communication of basic and innovative research results of high quality in the fields of chemistry. The subject areas featured include inorganic chemistry, organic chemistry, physical chemistry, polymer chemistry, chemical biology and biological chemistry, analytical chemistry, environmental chemistry, as well as chemical engineering. All papers should be intelligible for a broad scientific audience.

Sci China Chem is indexed by several databases including Science Citation Index, Engineering Index, and Chemical Abstracts.

Manuscripts published in Sci China Chem include:

Highlights. Brief summaries and scholarly comments on recent research achievements in any field of chemistry. Highlights are ~500 words in length with one figure and a maximum of two references.

Perspectives. Concise reports on the latest chemistry trends of interest to scientists worldwide, including discussions of research breakthroughs and interpretations of important science and funding policies. Perspectives are ~1000 words in length with one to two figures/tables and a maximum of 10 references.

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Articles. Original reports, with a maximum of 50 references, to cover important results in any area of chemistry.

Hot Papers. The most important papers (Articles, Communications, Feature Articles, or Reviews) will be designated as “Hot Papers” upon publication. At the recommendation of reviewers, manuscripts for “Hot Papers” are considered by editorial board members or an Associate Editor and then chosen by the Editor-inChief.

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Important note: The journal may use software to screen for plagiarism.

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Funding: This work was supported by X (grant number).

Conflict of interest: Author A has received research grants from Company A. Author B has received a speaker honorarium from Company X and owns stock in Company Y. Author C is a member of committee Z.

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Contributions are required of a concise, focused account of the findings and reliable, essential data. They should be well organized and written clearly and simply, avoiding exhaustive tables and figures. Authors are advised to use internationally agreed nomenclature, express all measurements in SI units, and quote relevant references. Nomenclature, signs, and abbreviation should be defined at their initial appearance.

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It may be a key structure, reaction, equation, concept, theorem, or an ingenious representation discussed in the manuscript. The TOC graphic should appear on the last page of the text file.

Title. Titles must be limited to no more than 20 words, and should be concise, indexable, and informative for a broad scientific audience. Authors should avoid using colons, questions, and nonstandard abbreviations in titles.

Authors. The order of the authors listed should be agreed by all coauthors, and every author should have the responsibility for the published content. The email address of the corresponding author is required.

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It should briefly describe the research purpose, method, results, and conclusion. Highly specialized terms, special signs, figures, tables, and equations should be avoided, and citation of references is not allowed.

Keywords. A list of three to eight keywords should follow the abstract. The chosen keywords are required to reflect the theme of a manuscript.

Introduction. The introduction provides the relevant research background and the progress in the past 2–3 years with references cited in numerical order. It presents the problem to be solved, and then describes the method adopted in the work. The aim of the research and its significance should be indicated. Do not use subtitle in this part.

Materials and method. This part gives the materials, method, and experimental procedure of the work, so others may repeat the work.

Results and discussion. Research results, including data and models, are presented and discussed in this section. Tables and figures may be used. Be complete but concise. Only the most significant and representative data should be included. Extended or supplemental results should appear as Supporting Information.

Avoid irrelevant comparisons and speculations that are not supported by the results in the paper.

Conclusions. Conclusions should be derived from the observation and results in the paper. Do not summarize information already presented in earlier sections.

Figures and tables. Figures and tables should be numerically numbered, inserted in the text, and cited in order within the text.

The figures should have resolution not lower than 600 dpi and clear lines of 5 px, with signs and letters in Arial at 7 pt. A space should always be maintained between the variable and the unit.

Chemical structures should be produced with the use of ChemDraw.

Equations. An equation is numerically numbered (Arabic numeral), and has the number on its right side.

Acknowledgments. The authors expresses thanks to the people who helped with this work. Financial support appears in this section with grant numbers.

Conflict of interest The authors declare that they have no conflict of interest.

References. Reference citation is regarded as an important indicator of the paper’s quality. If the relevant references, especially those published in the past 23 years are not cited, or most citations are from publications of the authors, the editor may consider the paper unattractive. References should be numerically numbered and cited in order within the text, with the numbers expressed in square brackets. Carefully check names of authors, article title, journal name, year and volume of the paper to be cited, and make the listing according to the format of Sci China Chem discussed below.

Supporting information. Extensive use of Supporting Information is encouraged. It is supplementary material submitted with the manuscript, and, once the paper is published, it is available on the journal’s web sites. Supporting Information is particularly appropriate for additional discussion, graphs, spectra, tables, and video/audio clips that are of interest to specialists.

Reference format

1. For an author’s name, full spelling of the family name appears before abbreviation of the given name with no spacing in the middle.

2. All authors’ names should be listed.

3. For correct abbreviations of journal titles, refer to the International Organization for Standardization (ISO). For example, Sci China Chem for Science China Chemistry, Chin Sci Bull for Chinese Science Bulletin.

4. For books and proceedings, the initial letter is capitalized for all the notional words and for function words with more than 4 letters.

5. Do not forget to list the editor names of the proceedings, publisher, publishing address, and the beginning and terminating pages.

6. Accepted but unpublished papers should be followed with in press”.

Reference examples are given as follows

Journal

Yi CQ, He C. Sci China Chem, 2010, 53: 86–90

Monograph

Rordam M, Larsen F, Lausten N. An introduction to K-theory for C*-algebras. Cambridge: Cambridge Univ Press, 2000. 30–35

Books

Bancroft GM, Hu YF. Photoelectron spectra of inorganic and organometallic molecules in the gas phase using synchrotron radiation. In: Solomon EI, Lever ABP, Eds. Inorganic Electronic Structure and Spectroscopy. Volume 1: Methodology. New York: John Wiley & Sons, 1999. 443–512

Conference proceedings

Minor HE. Spillways for high velocities. In: Zurich VE, Minor HE, Hager WH, Eds. Proceedings of International Workshop on Hydraulics of Stepped Spillways. Rotterdam, the Netherlands, 2000. 3–10

Dissertation

Liu GX. Classification of finite dimensional basic Hopf algebras and related topics. Dissertation for the Doctoral Degree. Hangzhou: Hangzhou University, 2005. 24–28

Technical report

Phillips NA. The Nested Grid Model. NOAA Technical Report NWS22. 1979

Patent

Zhang WP. Experiment Apparatus of Diffraction Imaging. China Patent, 02290557.X, 2003-12-03

User manual

Wang DL, Zhu J, Li ZK. User Manual for QTKMapper Version 1.6, 1999

Software

Hemodynamics III: The ups and downs of hemodynamics. Version 2.2. Orlando (FL): Computerized Educational Systems. 1993

CD

Anderson SC, Poulsen KB. Anderson’s Electronic Atlas of Hematology. Philadelphia: Lippincott Wilkins, 2002

Website

http://www.ccin.com.cn/ccin/news/2011/06/07/182521.shtml,accessed on 2011-09-26

Contact

Editorial Office, SCIENCE CHINA Chemistry

Science China Press

16 Donghuangchenggen North Street

Beijing 100717, China

Tel: +86-10-6401-6732

Fax: +86-10-6403-6350

E-mail: chemistry@scichina.org


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