Frontiers In Membrane Science And Technology

Frontiers In Membrane Science And Technology

Degree requirementsBachelors degree from a public university with second-class lower division. You must demonstrate a level of English language competency at a level that will enable you to succeed in your studies, regardless of your nationality or country of residence. Authors must provide sufficient information to enable readers to reproduce any computational results. If software was used for calculations and is generally available, it must be properly cited in the notes and references. References to the methods upon which the software is based must also be provided.

If double-anonymousthen do not include any author names or institution information in the Acknowledgements section of your manuscript. Author names and Funding information should be removed and can be re-added later in the peer review process. For single-anonymous please include an acknowledgements section before the References section in your PDF manuscript.

Original research articles published in the journal must demonstrate new catalytic discoveries and/or methodological advances that represent a significant advance on previously published work, from the molecular to the process scales. We welcome rigorous research in a wide range of timely or emerging applications related to the environment, health, energy and materials. The power to give financial support under subsection includes, in particular, power to make a grant, loan or other payment, on such terms and conditions as the relevant authority considers appropriate.

In addition, full NMR characterisation as for organic compound characterisation should be included. Small molecules on the route to the polymers should be characterised as above and NMR data should be tabulated. For all soluble polymers, an estimation of molecular weight must be provided by a suitable method – for example, size exclusion chromatography, including details of columns, eluents and calibration standards, intrinsic viscosity, MALDI TOF, etc. Authors are requested to provide copies of 1H,13C NMR spectra and/or GC/HPLC traces; however, if satisfactory elemental analysis cannot be obtained copies of these spectra and/or traces must be provided. Authors are required to provide unequivocal support for the purity and assigned structure of all compounds using a combination of the following characterisation techniques.

Any fit of magnetic data to an analytical expression must be accompanied by the Hamiltonian from which the analytical expression is derived, the analytical expression itself, and the fitting parameters. If the expression is lengthy, it may be included in the electronic supplementary information instead of within the main manuscript text. Its inclusion as supplementary information should be noted in the ESI paragraph at the end of the manuscript. When an exchange coupling constant is quoted in the abstract, the form of the Hamiltonian must also be included in the abstract. Full papers contain original scientific work that has not been published previously.

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