Manuscript Requirements are avalable
in a Microsoft Word document
Manuscripts should be of no more than 10 pages length, in 1.5 line spacing,
and should have 2 cm all over margins. The font should be Times New Roman of
size 12 points. The numbering of chapters should be in decimal form.
Title page will contain:
- A concise and informative title of no more than two-lines length (Times
New Roman bold, all caps of size 14 points).
- The full name(s) of the author(s) (last name, then first name with Times
New Roman bold 12 points) should be written below the title. The
affiliation(s) and complete postal address(es) of the author(s) will be
provided immediately after the full name of the authors and will be written
with Times New Roman 12 points. When the paper has more than one author,
their name will be followed by a mark (Arabic numeral) as superscript; for
the corresponding author, an asterix will be added.
- Abstract: each paper must be preceded by an abstract presenting the most
important results and conclusions in no more than 150 word.
- Key words: three to five key words should be supplied after the Abstract
for indexing purposes.
The text of the paper should be divided into Introduction,
Experimental, Results and Discussion, Conclusions,
References (for the Environmental Management papers and similars, the
Experimental part can be replaced by Case-studies presentation).
Formula, symbols and abbreviations:
- Formula will be typeset in Italics and should be written or
marked for such in the manuscript, unless they require a different styling.
The formula should be quoted on the right side, between brackets:
- The more complex Chemical Formula should be presented as Figures.
- Abbreviations should be defined when first mentioned in the abstract and
again in the main body of the text and used consistently thereafter.
- SI units be used throughout.
Footnotes should be avoided.
The list of References should only include works that are cited in the text
and that have been published. References should be alphabetically listed at the
end of paper, with complete details, as follows:
Books: Name and initials of authors; year, article title; editors; title
of the book (italic); edition; volume number; publisher; place; page number:
Symposium volumes: Names and initials of authors; year; article title;
full title; symposium abbreviated; volume number; place; dare; page number:
- Mauch K., Vaseghi S., Reuss M., (2000), Quantitative Analysis of
Metabolic and Signaling Pathways in Saccharomyces cerevisiae. In:
Bioreaction Engineering, Schügerl K., Bellgardt K.H. (Eds.),
Springer, Berlin-Heidelberg-New York, 435-477.
- Faber K., (2000), Biotransformations in Organic Chemistry – A
Textbook, vol. VIII, 4th Edition, Springer,
Journal papers: Names and initials of authors; year (between
brackets); journal abbreviated in accordance with international practice;
volume number; issue; first and last page numbers;
- Clark T.A., Steward D., (1991), Wood and Enviroment. Proc. 6th Int.
Symp. on Wood and Pulping Chemistry, Melbourne, vol.1, 493.
Patents: Names and initials of authors; year; patent title;
country; patent number:
- Lymar E. S., Bin L., Renganatan V., (1995), Appl. Environ. Microb.,
61, 2976 – 2980.
Dissertations: Names and initials of authors; year; title;
specifmrda@ication (Ph.D.Diss); institution; place:
- Grant P., (1989), Device for Elementary Analyses. USA Patent,
- Aelenei N., (1982), Studiul termodinamic al solutiilor de
polimeri. Ph. D. Diss., Macromol. Chem. Inst. "Petru Poni",
All illustrations should be provided in cameraready form, suitable for
Photographs, charts and diagrams are all to be referred to as Figure(s) and
should be numbered consecutively, in the order to which they are referred.
The papers are only accepted in electronic form and should be sent to the
following email address:
firstname.lastname@example.org, with mentioning
the word "paper" in the subject line.