METHODS AND OBJECTS OF CHEMICAL ANALYSIS
(Metody i Ob''ekty Himicheskogo Analiza)
An international journal devoted to all aspects of Analytical chemistry
ISSN 2413-6166 (Online), ISSN 1991-0290 (Print)
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Ethical standards publication of scientific results
Editorial Board makes every effort to comply with ethical requirements adopted by the international scientific community, and to prevent any violations of these rules. This policy is a prerequisite for effective participation in the development of the magazine holistic system of knowledge in the field of chemistry and related fields. This activity of the editorial board is based, in particular, on the recommendation of the Committee on the Ethics of Scientific Publications (Committee of Publication Ethics), as well as valuable experience in reputable international journals and publishers.
The article, in the case of acceptance for publication, placed in the public domain. If there are any conflicts of interest (financial, academic, personal, etc.), the participants of the review process should notify the editorial board.
Any issue related to the possible plagiarism or falsification of results, are carefully considered by the editorial board, as well as disputes about authorship and the feasibility of splitting the results into small articles. If confirmed, plagiarism or falsification of the article unreservedly rejected.
Types of Plagiarism
Reproduction of others words, sentences, ideas or findings as one’s own without proper acknowledgement.
Text recycling, also known as self-plagiarism. It is an author’s use of a previous publication in another paper without proper citation and acknowledgement of the original source.
Poor paraphrasing: Copying complete paragraphs and modifying a few words without changing the structure of original sentences or changing the sentence structure but not the words.
Verbatim copying of text without putting quotation marks and not acknowledging the work of the original author.
Properly citing a work but poorly paraphrasing the original text is considered as unintentional plagiarism. Similarly, manuscripts with language somewhere between paraphrasing and quoting are not acceptable. Authors should either paraphrase properly or quote and in both cases, cite the original source.
Publisher:Taras Shevchenko National University, Kiev Ukraine
Papers published in Methods and Objects of Chemical Analysis are considered as publications suitable for PhD thesis
The journal website: www.moca.net.ua