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Authors are encouraged to use the Email: Authors are required to upload their completed manuscript article (include tables and figures) as a Microsoft Word document and separately upload associated artwork files. Authors, Editors and Reviewers send and receive all correspondence by email and you can found it from this website.
Authors may suggest names and the contact address of possible reviewers for their paper. They may also suggest the names of persons whom they do not want to review the paper. The Editors try to use at least one reviewer who has been suggested by the authors.
Submission of a paper implies that it has not been published elsewhere, either in the same or another language, whether in full or abridged form, and is not under consideration elsewhere. Contributions are accepted on the understanding that the authors have obtained the necessary authority for publication. Upon acceptance of an article by the JCSE, author(s) will be asked to transfer the copyright of the article to the publisher. This transfer will ensure the widest possible dissemination of information.
Manuscripts should be in 2 spacing on consecutively numbered pages of uniform size. The manuscript should be preceded by a sheet of manuscript paper carrying the title of the paper and the name, full postal address, telephone and fax number, and e-mail address of the person to whom the proofs are to be sent. Papers should be divided into Abstract, Introduction, Experimental, Results and Discussion. All illustrations, photographs, tables should be on separate pages.
Title and authors
Title of the manuscripts should be a concise information. The title is followed by the names of the authors, and the address. The author to whom correspondence should be addressed must be indicated. If the present address of an author is different from that mentioned, it should be given in a footnote. Acknowledgements of financial support should not be made in a footnote, but should be included in the Acknowledgements at the end of the paper.
All papers must include an abstract (100-250 words) which should comprise a brief factual account of the contents of the paper, with emphasis on new information. Abbreviations, jargon and reference numbers must not be used. The abstract should be suitable for use by abstracting services without rewriting. To facilitate the insertion of the paper in information retrieval systems, a listing of 4-6 subject keywords should be given below the abstract section.
Every paper must have a concise introduction mentioning what has been done before on the topic described, and stating clearly what is new in the paper now submitted.
The experimental methods and the materials used should be described after the introductory paragraphs. Detailed technical descriptions should be restricted to one section of the paper, and not scattered throughout the text. Sufficient information should be given to allow any reasonably experienced worker to carry out the procedure. Detailed descriptions of well-known techniques and equipment are unnecessary, as are simple preparations of reagents or solutions, and lists of common chemicals. In writing, complete sentences should be used.
Results and discussion
Unsupported elaboration of hypotheses, and verbose exposition of ideas should be avoided. Chemical formulae should not be used in the text. Formulae may, however, be used for brevity in tables and figures.
The significance of the results should be presented here.
Acknowledgements should be kept as short as possible, and placed at the conclusion of the text.
The references should be collected at the end of the paper, numbered in order of their appearance in the text. References should be numbered according to the position of the table in the text. Every reference listed must be cited in the text.
In the list of references, journals [1], books [2], and proceedings [3] should be cited in accordance with the following examples:
[1] V. K vasnicka and J. Phospichal, J. Math. Chem., 9 (1992) 181-196.
[2] E.D. Sontag, in R.P. Lippmann, J.E. Moody and D.S. Touretzky (Eds.), Advances in Neural Information Processing Systems, Vol. III, Morgan Kaufmann, San Mateo, CA, 1991, p. 153.
[3] P.J. Lewi, J. van Hoof and K. Andries, in E.J. Karjalainen (Ed.), Scientific Computing and Automation (Europe) 1990. Proceedings of the Conference, 12-15 June 1990, Maastricht, The Netherlands, Elsevier, Amsterdam, 1990, pp. 97-103.
The tables should be typed in double spacing on separate pages, and numbered in Arabic numerals according to their sequence in the text. A brief descriptive heading should be given above each table. Below the table the experimental conditions should be described. The lay-out of the tables should be given serious thought, so that the reader can grasp quickly the significance of the results.
Number illustrations consecutively in the order in which they are referred to in the text. Each illustration should have a descriptive legend, which should be understandable without reference to the text. Original line drawings and chemical formulae should be in a form suitable for direct reproduction, prepared with a good contrast (i.e. black on a white background). Care should be taken when submitting graphs to ensure that line thickness and labelling is of sufficient size and quality; any lettering should be a minimum height of 3-5mm. Axes on a graph should be clearly labelled, along the aces, and outside the graph itself. The preferred positions for all illustrations should be indicated in the manuscript by the authors. Please make sure that artwork files are in an acceptable format (TIFF, EPS or MS Offices files) and with the correct resolution (see Submission include figures in their preferred positions in your article and also submit these as separate high resolution files. For a detailed guide on electronic artwork please visit: The written permission of the author and publisher must be obtained for the use of any figure already published. Its source must be indicated in the legend. The written permission of the author and publisher must be obtained for the use of any figure already published. Its source must be indicated in the legend.
Colour Illustrations
Colour in print-please submit colour illustrations as high resolution electronic files close to the size expected in publication, or as 35mm slides. For further information on the preparation of electronic artwork, please see Free colour on the web-if, together with your accepted article, you submit usable colour figures we will ensure no additional charge, that these figures will appear in colour on the web.
Software and data
Technical details of software should preferably be given in table format. Statements on the availability of the software to interested readers and on its price and storage medium should be given. In some cases the author may want to make the data or software discussed in a paper available on diskette. An example of the output may be given provided it is not too large. In some cases, the Editors may, however, accept publication of a program or, preferably, of its key subroutines.
Supplementary data
JCSE can publish datasets, applications, animation sequences, high-resolution images and more. Supplementary files supplied will, subject to peer review, be published online alongside the electronic version of your article. The presence of these files will be signified by a footnote to the article title, and by a description included in a supplementary data section at the end of the paper. In order to ensure that your submitted material is directly usable, please ensure that data is provided in one of our recommended file formats and supply a concise and descriptive caption for each file. 
Proofs and Articles in Press
Proofs will be dispatched via e-mail to the corresponding author. Proof reading is solely the authors responsibility. Authors should ensure that corrections are returned in one communication and are complete, as subsequent corrections will not be possible. The publisher reserves the right to publish the paper without waiting for corrected proofs to be returned by the author, if waiting would cause undue delay. Articles in Press take full advantage of the enhanced this journal functionality, including the ability to be cited.
Electronic offprint (E-offprints)

The corresponding author, at no cost, will be provided with a PDF file of the article via e-mail.