Materiale Plastice

Impact factor: 1.393

OSIM Nr. R102356
ISSN 0025-5289
ISSN 2668-8220 (online)
Journal Metrics

* IF 2018-19: 1.393
* 5-Year IF: 1.17
* CiteScore: 1.29
* SNIP: 0.798
* SJR: 0.409
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The manuscripts will be written:

* font size 12
* double spacing
* maximum number of pages (without figures) = 10
* tables and figure caption, reference list will be given at their right place
* formulas will be made in Word formula editor
* no hand-made correction on the manuscript is accepted
* corrections will be typed.

Manuscript Structure:

1. Manuscript Title

2. Manuscript Authors

3. Manuscript Abstract
3.1. Keywords

4. Manuscript Content
4.1. Introduction
4.2. Experimental Part
4.3. Results and Discussions
4.4. Conclusions
4.5. References

1. Title of the paper - should be precise and representative for the Article; (for romanian authors: in english and romanian)
Text with Font Times New Roman, size:18, bold, capitalized case.

2. First Name and Last Name of the Authors, as well as their affiliation, mentioning the full address of the institution;
Text with Font Times New Roman, size:9, bold, upper case.

if there are several authors affiliated to different institutions, numbers will be used as superscripts to indicate this (for instance 1, 2, 3 etc.);

it will also be indicated the phone number, email address or fax of the contact person which will collaborate with the editorial office concerning the paper.
Text with Font Times New Roman, size:9, normal, capitalized case.

Materiale Plastice support the ORCID iD (Open Researcher and Contributor ID) identifier. This is an ID that uniquely identify an author and attaches it all his research work - no more confusion because another researcher has the same or a similar name.
Whenever and wherever the author publish — his ORCiD iD remains the same (even when the author change his name). Submitted and verified ORCID iDs will appear on the article: on PDF file, on the website and in the underlying metadata XML submitted to Crossref DOI.

The Authors who already have an ORCID iD can submit it along with their name, when submit your Paper.
Getting an ORCID iD is free and easy to do through the ORCID registration page: ORCID - Register

3. Manuscript Abstract, 6 lines at most, and 3-4 keywords in English
Text with Font Times New Roman, size:12, italic, capitalized case.


4. Content

4. 1. The Content of the paper must be write with Font: Times New Roman, Size: 12, Leading: 1.5. It is structured in two parts:

A. Introductory Part

B. Original Part
- with:

*B.1. Experimental Part
*B.2. Results and Discussions
*B.3. Conclusions
*B.4. References

The paper will be written in a clear and accurate manner any part of a text that does not concern the subject will be avoided.

4.1.1 Introductory Part will contain, clearly and concisely, the selective presentation of the scientific information concerning the subject as a support for the original elements of the paper.

4.1.2. Experimental Part will include the presentation of utilized methods and materials, of effected works, as well as the scheme of the experimental installation; it is recommended that the results of the experiments should be presented as tables or diagrams, but not both.

4.1.3. Results and Discussions will be highly scientifically presented, taking into account the speciality worldwide literature on this matter.

4.1.4. Conclusions will end the paper.

4.1.5. References

The bibliographic references will be numbered continuously, in the order of their citing and noted in the text in square blanks; the paper must also contain recently published papers.

The references of articles will contain: the forename and the initials of the name of the authors, the volume in bold type letters, the number of the issue, the year of its publishing and the page number preceeded by p.

Ex: HELISSEY, P., GIORGI-RENAULT, S., RENAULT, J., J. Chem. Pharm. Bull., 37, nr. 9, 1989, p. 2413

References of books will include:

* the name of the author(s) (with their initials) in capslock
* the title of the book
* the edition number in arabic digits
* the number of the volume or tome (bold)
* the publishing house
* the publishers
* the city where it was published
* the year and the page or the pages of the reference preceeded by p.

Patents will be indicated as follows: author(s) or company, country and patent number and the Chem. Abstr. quotation.


The authors should use the proper nomenclature in agreement with the rules of chemistry nomenclature, and in the text it would rather be used the name of the substance instead of its chemical formula (for instance benzoyl peroxide instead of (C6H5-CO)2O2); nevertheless the formula of newly synthesized substances should be presented at least once in the article, as well as their correct chemical names according to Chemical Abstracts or IUPAC.

It should be avoided the encoded denomination or by letters of the compounds.

The authors are asked to indicate in italics the special characters such as ortho, meta, para, cis, trans, which will never be printed in capitals.

The diagrams, figures and photographs will all be named 'figures'. In order to gain printing space, a maximal number of figures and diagrams will be included (10 at most), drawn separately on transparent tracing paper in black ink or printed with a laser print.
Figures will be numbered with arabic numbers, as well as tables, which will also have a title.

Example 1:

 refrences (figures)

 tables (tables)

Example 2:

  figures, tables for figures, tables


 legenda - table

The used measurement units (according to the International System) must be clearly indicated. Refrences to tables will be made, as for figures, indicating their numbers.

The formulae, the ecuations and the chemical reactions will be numbered with arabic digits, in small paranthesis in their chronological order, indicating in the manuscript the place where it should be inserted.

The abbreviations and the measuring units will be noted in agreement with the valid standards.

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