Instructions to Authors
The Journal of Nanoscope is a Biannual Journal covering all aspects of science and technology dealing with Physics, Nano Technology, Nano Particles, Computational Science and Technology, Neru Computing, and Machine Learning.
All Communication should be addressed to the Cheif Editor, Journal of Nanoscope, Department of physics, The Women University, Katchery Campus, LMQ Road, Multan, Pakistan.
Submission of Manuscript:
Articles may be submitted in Word format (.doc or .docx files) by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Upon receipt, the manuscripts are allocated an identification number and reviewed initially by the Editorial Board, and if found suitable sent out for review. The manuscripts not in the format are returned to the authors. A review of a paper normally takes about two months, and any decision, whatsoever, is conveyed to the corresponding author. After acceptance, correction of proofs, and transfer of copyrights, a paper is published on its turn.
All papers submitted to Journal of Nanoscope are subject to a masked peer review. The criteria for acceptance of articles in the Journal are originality of the idea, unique argument, clarity of objectives, sound methodology, clear and logical analysis and depth of discussion, appropriate examples, consistent structure and presentation, fairly good English and contribution to knowledge. The Editor reserves the right to edit the manuscript, return it to the author for revision, or reject any manuscript as unsuitable in topic, style, or form with or without requesting an external review.
Preparation of Manuscript:
A typical page of text in the journal contains ~520 words. Manuscripts should be typed double spaced, with a 2.54 cm margin on each side, and paginated. A manuscript may be within 4000 words excluding tables, figures, and references. Manuscripts may be prepared in the following order:
The Title Page would include the title of the article, names of the authors, their institutional affiliations, postal addresses, contact numbers and email addresses. One author should be identified as the corresponding author. The email address of the corresponding author will be displayed in the article.
The first page of the article should have an abstract of the article in 200-250 words preceding the main text. The abstract should be informative and state the scope of the work, methodology and principal findings.
4-6 keywords may be included.
A term to be abbreviated must be written out completely the first time followed immediately by its abbreviation in parentheses. Thereafter, the abbreviation may be used.
The American Psychological Association (APA) style of references should strictly be followed. APA does not use footnotes or endnotes for citations. Every citation must appear in your reference list. A list of references should only contain those citations that are given in the text of manuscript. All references should be given in an alphabetical order of works cited in the research paper. The reference guidelines are consistent with advice given in the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, 6th Edition, and July 2009. The format of references is strictly be followed by APA.
Tables (Tables and figures may be indicated by numbers and arranged in the manuscript after references. All figures and tables should be cited in the text).